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Will France’s New Airline Tax Help Decarbonise the Skies?

Air travel is a major contributor to pollution and global climate change. In order to make the sector pay its…

Malta Is Upgrading, Expanding and Clustering Industry

From crafts and toys to pharma and aviation, Malta’s sixteen industrial and business zones play host to quite the variety…

Portugal’s Solar Power Auction Outshines All Expectations

Portugal extended the deadline for a mega-auction of new solar energy capacity by a week, it will now be concluding…

“We Want to Defuse the Crisis.” EU Tries to Salvage the Iran Deal Amid Rising Temperatures

Once the USA exited the JCPoA (The Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action) in May, 2018 – commonly referred to as…

Marking the End of an Era, Syriza Loses to New Democracy in a Landslide

Four years ago, Alexis Tsipras and his left-wing Syriza party came to power to challenge austerity and Greece’s international creditors.…

Preventing Future Shocks Means Adapting Banks Now

The sovereign debt crisis ended years ago, but the scars remain. Dissatisfaction with the way countries handled the crisis was…

Portugal Blows the World Travel Awards Out of the Water, With 39 Awards

Portugal swept up at the World Travel Awards, hosted in Madeira, clocking in with a total of 39 awards –…

“We’re Making Sure Blockchain Is Here to Stay” – CEO of Malta Digital Innovation Authority

The recent rise of cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin has presented the idea that the world’s financial supply could soon be…

Leading by Example: the Democratisation of Healthcare

It is no secret that Greece received a beating in the 2008 economic slump, or that the road to recovery…

Anti-Establishment Parties Set for Big EU Gains Despite Stagnant Italian Economy

Despite the economy stagnating under the M5S-League coalition, voters are again expected to back these anti-establishment options, rather than the…
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