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  • Only 37 percent of Republicans think our global economic involvement is a good thing because it expands markets and boosts growth, compared to 55 percent who think it’s a bad thing because it eliminates jobs and squeezes wages.  By contrast, 49 percent of Democrats favor our current global economic engagement, compared to 44 percent who question it.
  • Civil society across Europe has mobilised through social media, and we have seen that decentralised services are possible and effective. Individuals in Europe connected directly with people on the move. Helpers and goods were dispatched when and where needed, although at times exceeding requirements.
  • At the end the EU could be the biggest loser from the British referendum.
  • In any case, the EU is the dominant political, economic, and regulatory power in Europe today, whether you like it or not.
  •  Huawei had made “great strides” in providing the platforms for the innovative new apps being developed in this area, saying it had installed “smart city solutions” in more than 100 cities in over 40 countries worldwide.

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Analyses

EU quotas ’limiting’ Ukraine’s ability to realise its potential

EU quotas on Ukraine are "limiting" the country’s ability to realise its potential against the backdrop of the ongoing conflict with Russia

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Analyses

Enough stalling on tax justice!

Last month’s ‘Panama Papers’ leaks are just the latest evidence of the legal or illegal, but always immoral, tax practices of multinationals, banks and the rich

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Business

Huawei’s Mathematics Research Center reflects France’s outstanding achievements in mathematics education

The 4th European Huawei Innovation Day was held in Paris.

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World

Can India surpass China’s economy by 2050?

9 facts on the economic rise of India after a delayed start

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Analyses

Be the media, know the media, change the media

We need to think bigger if we are to achieve the sort of media that the public want and need

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ALL DOSSIERS

Mobile is Everything / GSMA Mobile World Congress

EBR’s Editor-in-chief N. Peter Kramer was among the 101.000 visitors from 208 countries to MWC 2016. The annual Mobile World Congress in Barcelona is the largest gathering of the mobile industry in the world.

European Business Summit 2015

European Business Review, also this year media partner of EBS, selected, for its traditional EBR special report, five interesting performances during the summit.

Lessons for the EU

Once, the European Community was invented to solve economic problems in and between European countries; nowadays it is the European Union itself that is the problem...

Digital, data and the day after tomorrow

EBR's editor-in-chief N.Peter Kramer was among the more than 85.000 visitors to MWC 2015 as a special guest of Huawei Technologies. EBR publishes its new webdossier: ''Digital, data and the day after tomorrow".

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Ambiguous leadership undermines compliance

Tuesday, June 14, 2016

Union of Greek Shipowners and European Commissioner for Transport in joint Press Conference at POSIDONIA 2016

Monday, June 13, 2016

A long term policy needed for Greek SME’s

Friday, June 10, 2016

A budget for the Eurozone is taking shape

Thursday, June 09, 2016

Migration and local economies: Actions to move forward

Wednesday, June 08, 2016

Taiwan wins over 50 taste awards in Belgium

Wednesday, June 08, 2016

2.500 participate at POSIDONIA games

Tuesday, June 07, 2016

Participation of the North Aegean Region in the European Business Summit in Brussels

Tuesday, June 07, 2016

POSIDONIA 2016 opens for business

Tuesday, June 07, 2016

EU–China Joint 5G plans: From words to deeds

Monday, June 06, 2016

Athens welcomes and hosts EUCNC2016

Friday, June 03, 2016

Shipping comes home at Posidonia 2016

Friday, June 03, 2016

What “The Big Short” gets right—and wrong

Friday, June 03, 2016

Multi-billion dollar online gaming industry presents a taxing problem for governments

Thursday, June 02, 2016

Make employees healthier for free

Wednesday, June 01, 2016

Europe

The fundamental flaws of Brexit backers

By now, it has become clear that the heated confrontation in Britain over the issue of Brexit has very little to do with the actual arguments, especially among those who want the UK to leave the European Union when the country votes on the question in a referendum in June.

Business

Huawei’s Tony Graziano: “InnoApps Challenge” is to contribute to a ‘more socially inclusive society’ in Europe

Nurturing young talent and fostering e-skills are two of the goals behind a competition to find some of Europe’s best young entrepreneurs.The winner of the “InnoApps” challenge will have the opportunity to market their winning entry

Editor’s Column

Brexit brings chaos

By: N. Peter Kramer

Four days after the majority of the British people voted to leave the European Union, the chaos in the UK and in the EU is prevalent

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