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From 2019 to 2022, the European Union’s Taiwan-related activity increased from 23 recorded interactions – instances of engagement across governmental, parliamentary, cyber security, economic, human rights and aid domains, as well as mutual visits – to 167, according to the data collected by the CEIAS EU-Taiwan Tracker.

Central Europe drives EU-Taiwan relations

Central European countries are key drivers in developing EU-Taiwan relations as they make up 60% of all interactions between EU and Taiwan actors

An estimated $34 billion was caused in direct physical damage to homes, schools, health care facilities and other public infrastructure but total reconstruction and recovery costs could be twice as high.

Earthquake recovery in Turkiye and Syria costs €100bn

A major conference in Brussels on the recent tragic earthquakes in Turkiye and Syria heard that it will be many months before thousands can leave tents or container housing, and daily queues for food, and move into permanent housing

Four new polls confirmed New Democracy’s dip in popularity. Before the accident, the difference between the two was, on average, 6-7% and New Democracy was eyeing a single-party government.

Greek polls: Mitsotakis, Tsipras in neck-and-neck race before elections

The recent train tragedy, which cost the lives of 57 people, has had several political repercussions for the ruling conservative New Democracy party

The Temporary Crisis and Transition Framework (TCTF), published by the Commission on Thursday (9 March), details exactly how member states will be able to subsidise sustainable technologies through state aid in the coming years.

EU state aid: The good and the bad of opening the floodgates

The EU’s Temporary Crisis and Transition Framework (TCTF), which allows member states to subsidise sustainable technologies, is welcomed by advocates for green industrial policy

With the Green Deal launched in 2020 and the energy crisis hitting Europeans directly at the wallet, political momentum appeared to build up in favour of an ambitious revision of the EU’s Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD).

Who wants to kill the EU’s green buildings law?

“Try again. Fail again. Fail better.” Samuel Beckett’s mantra sounds like a perfect fit for the European Union’s latest attempt to revamp its green buildings law

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