EU Data Act

New proposal for industrial data sharing

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The EU’s Space Package

Future-proofing Europe with secure, space-based connectivity and new guidelines on Space Traffic Management

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EU Chips Act

Semiconductors in focus: The Commission puts forward EUR 43 billion Chips Act

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The EU-US Summit

A new Transatlantic Push for 'Global Change'?

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Fidesz leaving EPP will have far-reaching impact

As you probably know by now, the Hungarian Fidesz delegation decided on 3 March to leave the EPP Group.

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European ‘Open Strategic Autonomy’ in practice

In the context of the challenges brought about by the rise of China, the COVID-19 crisis, as well as the green and digital transitions, the Commission further elaborates on what the concept of 'Open Strategic Autonomy' might mean for trade.

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Commission publishes ‘Beating Cancer Plan’

On 3 February 2021, the Commission published a new strategy for beating cancer. In the ‘Beating Cancer Plan’, the Commission addresses the need to improve early detection and treatment of cancer and the importance of holistically addressing the current situation, linking this area with the Digital and New Horizon Europe strategies.

Read our analysis to discover the most relevant aspects of the Commission’s strategy. The note includes an overview of the main pillars constituting the strategy, the core highlights, the reactions of the main internal and external stakeholders, and an Annex detailing the Plan’s pipeline for the following months.

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Germany: CDU elects new leader

Armin Laschet's win signals the maintenance of Angela Merkel's brand of centrist politics, but questions remain over what this will mean for the upcoming German federal election.

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Cybersecurity taking centre-stage

All you need to know about the Commission's new EU Cybersecurity Package, published December 2020.

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All you need to know about the “Next Generation EU” instrument

On 21 July 2020, the 27 EU heads of state and government reached a deal on the bloc’s next 7-year budget (Multiannual Financial Framework, or MFF) and the new Recovery Instrument, also known as Next Generation EU (NGEU). The latter is a temporary emergency instrument created to jump-start the EU’s recovery, which will complement the MFF by leveraging €750 bn of additional investment that would help Member States implement reforms, create jobs, and promote recovery, whilst supporting the EU’s green and digital transitions.

Click on the link below to download NOVE’s guide exploring and explaining what NGEU will consist of, how the funding will be accessed by Member States, who the key decision-makers are, and what the next steps will be.

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