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Analysis: EU industry hands Brussels headache over carbon border levy

Reuters 22 Jun 2021
BRUSSELS, June 22 (Reuters) - Brussels policymakers, about to unveil the world's first carbon border levy, are caught between industry demands to twin it with free carbon permits worth billions of euros, and analysts' warnings that doing so could expose the EU to legal challenges at the WTO.
photo: AP / Turkish Presidency
Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan speaks as he participates in a video conference with European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen and European Council President Charles Michel, from an old Ottoman palace, in Istanbul, Friday, March 19, 2021
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Turkey and US entering ‘new era’ of relations: Erdogan

The Siasat Daily 22 Jun 2021
Ankara. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Monday that Turkey and the United States are entering a new era in ties, after the NATO allies’ relationship deteriorated in recent years over an array of issues ... The two men, who have known each other for years, met on the sidelines of a NATO summit in Brussels ... Erdogan said ... .
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Brussels govt awards public subsidies to support internet skills

Telecom Paper 21 Jun 2021
The Brussels regional government has selected 30 projects ...
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UN Chief Travels to Brussels Tuesday to Meet with EU Officials, Belgian Authorities

Urdu Point 21 Jun 2021
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres will travel to Brussels, Belgium, on Tuesday to meet with European leaders and Belgian authorities, UN spokesperson Stephane Duajrric said in a press briefing on Monday.
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Brussels raises the price of bolstering Belarus

Reuters 21 Jun 2021
Brussels was on Monday preparing tougher sanctions against Belarus over the forced landing of a Ryanair passenger plane in Minsk, including a possible ban on EU investors from trading securities or buying short-term bonds read more . That puts pressure on Russia to step up financial support to its ally ... Russia may thus have to make up the shortfall.
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Proximus will create its workplace of the future by redeveloping the current building in the Brussels North area (Proximus SA)

Public Technologies 21 Jun 2021
After having announced the intention to transform its physical offices in Brussels into a greener, smaller, 'campus-like' site that is better suited to collaboration and hybrid working, Proximus organized an RfP process between February and April 2021 ... The redevelopment of the Proximus offices next to the Brussels-North station.
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Brussels bureaucrats were bang-on about bangers

The Times/The Sunday Times 20 Jun 2021
He appears to be suffering from false memory syndrome ... What is true is that those “bonkers Brussels bureaucrats” insisted food contents be properly described ... .
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Venezuela opposition committee to seek support in Washington, Brussels

The Hindu 20 Jun 2021
A committee of Venezuelan opposition politicians will travel to Washington and Brussels to seek support and consult its allies on their positions abou ....
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Powell: Trendy Brussels sprouts crop up in restaurants and gardens

Toledo Blade 20 Jun 2021
On a food study tour in Belgium, it was not surprising to be served Brussels sprouts for lunch and dinner. Our taste buds were primed to eat the cruciferous vegetable in the country where, according to history, it was cultivated in the 16th century ... .
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Visiting dinosaurs in Brussels

Shenzhen Daily 20 Jun 2021
... model at Tour et Taxi in Brussels on Friday.
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Local initiative turns Brussels into ‘edible city’

La Prensa Latina 20 Jun 2021
Brussels, Jun 20 (EFE).- Apple, pear, and cherry trees are some of the crops being grown in a citizen garden in Brussels, as a local initiative prepares to transplant them later on to the streets and public areas of the Belgian capital and make it a green and “edible” city.
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More fiscal warnings arrive from Brussels, but Paschal Donohoe decides that we can simply ignore them 

Irish Independent 20 Jun 2021
‘Whistling in the wind’ is the phrase that comes to mind when reading the EU Fiscal Board warnings about the need for EU governments to get their spending back on track ... At a time when lots of governments across the Eurozone are struggling to get back on track after Covid, they are unlikely to heed too many warnings from a talking shop in Brussels ... .
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Boxing: Anas Messoudic, the winner before the limit on Saturday night in Brussels, is ten ...

Swords Today 20 Jun 2021
Super Welter Anas Massoudi won his tenth victory in Saturday’s bout at Claridge on the occasion of “All Ice in Brussels II”. The meeting returned to Brussels with boxing and boxing ... Yasin Matala, his agent who organized the meeting, said Brussels residents would ...

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