Today, the Commission has initiated an investigation to assess whether the safeguard measure currently in place on imports of certain steel products should be prolonged beyond 30 June 2021.


“Enterprises need financial assistance if they want to transition to digital. There is no question about it”, declared Eva Maydell MEP, the EPP Group Spokeswoman on the European Strategy for


The European Commission has today set out its trade strategy for the coming years. Reflecting the concept of open strategic autonomy, it builds on the EU's openness to contribute to the


Robust new trade enforcement rules have entered into force that will further strengthen the EU's toolbox in defending its interests. With the update of the EU's Trade Enforcement Regulation,


“With the total and utter devastation left by COVID-19 on SMEs across the European continent, it is hard to comprehend why the European Commission is finding it so hard to appoint the


The EPP Group wants to introduce a Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism at the EU's external border. The aim is to protect European companies from unfair CO2 emissions competition from


The European Anti-Fraud Office (OLAF) investigation into fraud in EU agricultural payments in Slovakia confirms the need for a direct EU oversight over land grabbing and the misconduct of


The European Commission has approved a €1.9 billion (PLN 8.6 billion) Polish scheme to support companies operating in certain sectors affected by the coronavirus-outbreak. The scheme was


The European Commission has found a €12 billion German umbrella scheme (final part of the Novemberhilfe package) to compensate companies for damages suffered due to restrictive


The Commission has announced today the first round of direct equity investment through the new European Innovation Council (EIC) Fund. 42 highly innovative start-ups and small and