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What will happen to FinTech companies after the United Kingdom leaves the European Union? In this report, we combine the views of decision-makers with those of key stakeholders to assess the future of FinTech under a European CMU in the coming years.
This report sheds light on the positions of Nordic policymakers on the issues that are set to shape the future of the EU, the Defence Union, EU relations with Russia, the reform of the Eurozone and the Banking Union.
Brexit will lead to a decrease in the support for a more flexible labour market across the European Union. In this report, we tracked the level of support at the EU level for a stricter regulation of the labour market, with a special focus on posting of workers and the use of atypical contracts.
Now that the Dutch Christian Union is having talks with the other potential government partners, we decided to provide a comparison between the views of this Dutch Protestant party and the ones of its potential coalition partners.
The tensions in the Middle East keep escalating. While the US is very active, the EU seems to lack the ability to have a coherent position on these developments. Why? This report shows how key European political actors have different preferences for their coalition partners in the Middle East.
The EU’s stances in the upcoming negotiations will be determined by the interests of its components who will have to ratify the deal, ie. the governments and the European Parliament. VoteWatch Europe has mapped the views of the main political forces that are likely to shape EU’s positions.
Yesterday, the European Parliament passed a resolution calling for a stronger EU response to some of the initiatives carried forward by the Hungarian government. However, the voting records show that there is not a broad consensus among European political forces on taking decisive action on Hungary.
The future of many EU policies largely depends on the outcome of German election in September. Indeed, the potential end of the grand coalition, made up of the CDU and SPD, could alter the position of Berlin on issues such as the EU defence policy and the future of the Eurozone.
This is another sign that things are moving. The vote on how to address fraud against the EU budget has become a key sticking point, with some governments being less willing than others to support EU’s ability to defend its own financial interests.
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