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Pharma tonic for lawyers and lobbyists You need an active subscription to read this article

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Rush of deals that will require EU approval, but patient groups warn of threat from drug market realignments.

Deals in the pharmaceutical sector worth more than €100 billion are to inject new life into regulatory and lobbying work in the European Union over the coming months.

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Commission comes out on top in EU fight against price fixing You need an active subscription to read this article

Law makes it easier for cartel victims to sue.

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A day of good news for the eurozone

The EU was cheered by positive news today. Portuguese bonds rose, Greece met its budget goals and business activity is growing at its fastest rate in years.

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MEPs finish term with marathon voting session You need an active subscription to read this article

The 2009-14 European Parliament term ended this week, and MEPs used the occasion to vote on 70 pieces of legislation.

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Hungary warned over antitrust laws You need an active subscription to read this article

Exemption protecting agricultural sector from cartel fines breaches EU law, Commission says.

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EU seeks to clamp down on financial market excesses

Rules will shine a light on a range of unregulated financial transactions.

SMEs to benefit from public procurement rules You need an active subscription to read this article

Rules affecting complex public-private partnerships also affected.

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Consumer protection for investors gets an overhaul You need an active subscription to read this article

More transparency on fees and remuneration.

Transferring skilled staff to be made easier

It will be easier for multinationals to transfer highly skilled employees, such as managers or researchers, to their European Union offices, under new migration rules adopted by MEPs yesterday (15 April).

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EU gender equality making slow progress You need an active subscription to read this article

If current trends continue it will take 20 years to achieve parity in national parliaments and 70 years to achieve equal pay.

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Moderate growth in eurozone industrial production You need an active subscription to read this article

Factory output is growing at a faster pace in non-eurozone member states.

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Parliament likely to back 'made in labels' You need an active subscription to read this article

Wider product safety reforms are being held up by north-south divisions over country-of-origin rules.

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Flexibility could mar new rules for EU cross-border businesses You need an active subscription to read this article

Commission hopes to slash costs for SMEs.

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Passionate businesswoman You need an active subscription to read this article

Profile of Emma Marcegaglia – president of BusinessEurope.

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    1. EU seeks to clamp down on financial market excesses

      Rules will shine a light on a range of unregulated financial transactions.
    2. Transferring skilled staff to be made easier

      It will be easier for multinationals to transfer highly skilled employees, such as managers or researchers, to their European Union offices, under new migration rules adopted by MEPs yesterday (15 April).
    3. Hungary warned over antitrust laws You need an active subscription to read this article

      Exemption protecting agricultural sector from cartel fines breaches EU law, Commission says.
    4. SMEs to benefit from public procurement rules You need an active subscription to read this article

      Rules affecting complex public-private partnerships also affected.
    5. Consumer protection for investors gets an overhaul You need an active subscription to read this article

      More transparency on fees and remuneration.

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