Latest Brussels News

PayPal and Mastercard Expand Debit Card Offering to More European Businesses
Mastercard and Handpoint join forces to increase card acceptance for European small businesses
Airlines and Airports Agree Conditions for European Winter Slots Waiver
Foreign Minister makes diplomatic appointments
Syria conference pledges fall short
Alarming increase in child marriage in Syria. Early marriage spikes due to COVID
Life in Lockdown: Record Numbers Go Online for Essentials and Experiences
Global Report on Food Crises reveals scope of food crises as COVID-19 poses new risks to vulnerable countries
Ten artworks exploring CERN science travel around world
FAO welcomes European Union contribution of €11 million to fight Desert Locust outbreak
RBNZ Monetary Policy Handbook internationally recognised for transparency
Testing seawater of future? A study at Whakaari/White Island
Belgium: keep up reforms to increase employment and productivity growth
FAO hails Europe’s forest restoration ambitions
Ambassador to European Union announced
Making high-value products from agricultural waste
Microsoft and ENGIE announce innovative renewable initiatives
Gutsy effort to produce comprehensive study of intestinal gases
Heidrick & Struggles Adds Eighteen Consultants to Executive Search and Heidrick Consulting
Sphera Signs Agreement to Acquire thinkstep, a Prominent Sustainability & Product Stewardship
EI-ETUCE-AEU-IEU-NTEU Joint Statement on ongoing trade negotiations between EU and Australia
Old rocks, new science: Why Apollo 11 samples are still as relevant as ever
FCC Week brings a fresh breeze of ideas from Brussels
Customs arrangements with Singapore and Canada to benefit New Zealand traders
NZ’s interests advanced at international trade forums
Ancient Books Inspire Fathers to Revive Beer Brewing in New Abbey Microbrewery
Global trade agenda focus of meetings at APEC, OECD and in Brussels
CCL Names Elisa Mallis as New Managing Director and Vice President, Asia-Pacific
New report reveals eight years of war has left third of Syrian children always feeling unsafe
Australia must boost humanitarian aid to help children trapped in Syrian conflict nightmare
New General Manager announced for Arts House
Just Transition Summit to spark vital conversation
Takeda, Microsoft and EURORDIS release report with action plan to help rare disease community shorten the diagnostic odyssey
The Brattle Group Deepens Its Global Platform with Major Launch in Brussels
New Zealand continues push to protect post-Brexit trade quotas
Artprice (Beijing): The West’s Immense Interest in Chinese Art