EC approves Italian aid scheme worth €10bn

EC approves Italian aid scheme worth €10bn — — -

Belgium, (Brussels Morning Newspaper) The European Commission approved Italy’s aid scheme worth 10 billion euro to support companies affected by the crisis.

The EC noted in a statement on Tuesday that it approved the loan guarantee scheme under the state aid Temporary Crisis Framework, stressing that the EU economy is facing a crisis.

Source: Brussels Morning Newspaper https://brusselsmorning.com/

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France offers nearly €10bn to take over EDF

France offers nearly €10bn to take over EDF — — -

Belgium, (Brussels Morning Newspaper) The French government has offered roughly 9.7 billion euro to take full control of EDF power utility.

The move will allow the government to run one of the largest power utilities in Europe as it sees fit, which will help it to contend with the

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The DeSantis Dilemma

The DeSantis Dilemma — — -

The USA, (Brussels Morning Newspaper) In recent weeks, Ron DeSantis has not only consolidated his lead among the potential non-Trump candidates for the Republican nomination in 2024, but has begun to emerge as a strong potential challenger to Donald Trump for that nomination. Because of DeSantis’s popularity, for the first time in over seven year, Trump is

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EC warns coronavirus crisis hit youth employment

EC warns coronavirus crisis hit youth employment — — -

Belgium, (Brussels Morning Newspaper) The European Commission noted that the coronavirus crisis hit youth employment the most, stressing that recovery is slower than in other age groups.

The EC pointed out in a statement on Tuesday that it released its Employment and Social Developments in Europe review, which shows

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Italian PM resigns, President rejects resignation

Italian PM resigns, President rejects resignation — — -

Belgium, (Brussels Morning Newspaper) Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi resigned on Thursday despite winning the no-confidence vote, with President Sergio Mattarella rejecting the resignation.

The President’s Office noted in a statement on Thursday that it would not accept the

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