Hard-fought EU deal to reclassify gig workers as formal employees breaks down at the last minute

December 23, 2023
by Helena Grech

Platform work employer Bolt feels the text would create legal uncertainty for hundreds of thousands of drivers throughout the EU

EU and Kenya edge closer to ‘historic’ Economic Partnership Agreement to boost trade

December 18, 2023
by BN Writer

The most ambitious trade deal ever signed by the EU with a developing country regarding sustainability provisions

European Commissioner for Economy says EU is ‘avoiding recession’, despite slowdown

September 4, 2023
by Robert Fenech

Paolo Gentiloni said the bloc is gripped by a ‘double crisis’

Eurozone hobbles out of mild recession in second quarter of 2023

August 1, 2023
by Arnas Lasys

The monetary union's GDP grew by 0.3%

EU and the Philippines to relaunch free-trade agreement negotiations

July 31, 2023
by Arnas Lasys

Trade between the EU and the Philippines was worth €18.4 billion in goods and €4.7 billion in services in 2022

EU Commission set to propose opening excessive deficit procedures on Malta

May 25, 2023
by Arnas Lasys

‘Wind down energy support measures by the end of 2023,’ EU Commission urges Malta

‘Remove transport-related barriers’ Malta tells EU on 30th anniversary of the Single Market

May 22, 2023
by Arnas Lasys

Transport-related barriers in the EU often render many Maltese businesses uncompetitive

European Commission proposes long-awaited changes to Growth and Stability Pact

April 27, 2023
by Robert Fenech

Negotiations are expected to be far from easy

An EU-wide ban on combustion engines by 2035? Germany is saying no

March 14, 2023
by Arnas Lasys

Last-minute backtracking from the deal risks causing long-term disharmony between EU member states

IRIS², the EU’s answer to Elon Musk’s Starlink

February 15, 2023
by Arnas Lasys

Internet dead zones within the EU to become a relic of the past

EU Mobility Directive facilitating cross-border company relocation becomes law

February 9, 2023
by Arnas Lasys

Companies with limited resources are expected to benefit most

Malta receives EU Commission’s preliminary approval for €52.3 million grant

January 31, 2023
by Arnas Lasys

The grants fall under the Recovery and Resilience Facility of which €316 million is allocated to Malta

No agreement reached as yet on an EU Gas Price Cap

December 14, 2022
by Helena Grech

'Having a trigger with a high value will not calm the markets'

EU ministers want to exclude banks and financial services from ESG regulation

December 6, 2022
by Arnas Lasys

Whether banks & investment funds would be required to follow the directive would depend on national governments

EU to ban single-use packaging used in hotels & restaurants

December 1, 2022
by BN Writer

Commission proposes new rules for packaging reuse and recycling

Hard-fought EU deal to reclassify gig workers as formal employees breaks down at the last minute

December 23, 2023
by Helena Grech

Platform work employer Bolt feels the text would create legal uncertainty for hundreds of thousands of drivers throughout the EU

EU and Kenya edge closer to ‘historic’ Economic Partnership Agreement to boost trade

December 18, 2023
by BN Writer

The most ambitious trade deal ever signed by the EU with a developing country regarding sustainability provisions

European Commissioner for Economy says EU is ‘avoiding recession’, despite slowdown

September 4, 2023
by Robert Fenech

Paolo Gentiloni said the bloc is gripped by a ‘double crisis’

Eurozone hobbles out of mild recession in second quarter of 2023

August 1, 2023
by Arnas Lasys

The monetary union's GDP grew by 0.3%

EU and the Philippines to relaunch free-trade agreement negotiations

July 31, 2023
by Arnas Lasys

Trade between the EU and the Philippines was worth €18.4 billion in goods and €4.7 billion in services in 2022

EU Commission set to propose opening excessive deficit procedures on Malta

May 25, 2023
by Arnas Lasys

‘Wind down energy support measures by the end of 2023,’ EU Commission urges Malta

‘Remove transport-related barriers’ Malta tells EU on 30th anniversary of the Single Market

May 22, 2023
by Arnas Lasys

Transport-related barriers in the EU often render many Maltese businesses uncompetitive

European Commission proposes long-awaited changes to Growth and Stability Pact

April 27, 2023
by Robert Fenech

Negotiations are expected to be far from easy

An EU-wide ban on combustion engines by 2035? Germany is saying no

March 14, 2023
by Arnas Lasys

Last-minute backtracking from the deal risks causing long-term disharmony between EU member states

IRIS², the EU’s answer to Elon Musk’s Starlink

February 15, 2023
by Arnas Lasys

Internet dead zones within the EU to become a relic of the past

EU Mobility Directive facilitating cross-border company relocation becomes law

February 9, 2023
by Arnas Lasys

Companies with limited resources are expected to benefit most

Malta receives EU Commission’s preliminary approval for €52.3 million grant

January 31, 2023
by Arnas Lasys

The grants fall under the Recovery and Resilience Facility of which €316 million is allocated to Malta

No agreement reached as yet on an EU Gas Price Cap

December 14, 2022
by Helena Grech

'Having a trigger with a high value will not calm the markets'

EU ministers want to exclude banks and financial services from ESG regulation

December 6, 2022
by Arnas Lasys

Whether banks & investment funds would be required to follow the directive would depend on national governments

EU to ban single-use packaging used in hotels & restaurants

December 1, 2022
by BN Writer

Commission proposes new rules for packaging reuse and recycling