La Commission européenne et le Maroc lancent un partenariat rénové en matière de migration et de lutte contre les réseaux de trafic de personnes

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Daily News 08 / 07 / 2022

Consumer protection: Airlines reimburse over 500,000 flight vouchers as result of Commission and consumer authorities action in COVID-19 pandemic

NextGenerationEU: the Netherlands submits official recovery and resilience plan
The Commission has today received an official recovery and resilience plan from the Netherlands. This plan sets out the reforms and public investment projects that the Netherlands plans to implement with the support of the Recovery and Resilience Facility (RRF).

Statement by President von der Leyen with UN Secretary-General Guterres

EU Cohesion Policy: more than €1 billion for Cyprus for economic and social development and a fair green transition in 2021-2027
Following today’s adoption of the Partnership Agreement, the single operational programme and the Just Transition Plan for Cyprus, the EU will invest a total of more than €1 billion in the country between 2021 and 2027.

Antitrust: Commission sends Statement of Objections to Alcogroup and Agroetanol over alleged ethanol benchmarks cartel
The European Commission has informed ‘Alcogroup’ as well as ‘Agroetanol’ of its preliminary view that, together with ‘Abengoa’, they have breached EU antitrust rules.

Aiuti di Stato: La Commissione approva il regime italiano da 1,2 miliardi di €, nell’ambito del dispositivo per la ripresa e la resilienza, a sostegno degli investimenti nei pannelli fotovoltaici nel settore agricolo
La Commissione europea ha approvato, ai sensi delle norme dell’UE in materia di aiuti di Stato, un regime italiano da 1,2 miliardi di €, resi disponibili attraverso il dispositivo per la ripresa e la resilienza, a sostegno degli investimenti nei pannelli fotovoltaici nel settore agricolo.

State aid: Commission approves €500 million Croatian scheme to support companies in context of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine
The European Commission has approved an up to €500 million Croatian scheme to support companies across sectors in the context of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

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