Officials from the European Commission have said they will assess the results of the Turkish referendum and how its far-reaching constitutional amendments might affect the country’s European Union candidacy.
Citing concerns over a potential lack of competition, the European Commission (EC) recently prohibited a planned takeover of Cemex Croatia by HeidelbergCement and Schwenk joint venture company Duna Dráva Cement (DDC).
The European Commission has conditionally approved a proposed merger between chemical companies Dow and DuPont, overcoming competition and innovation concerns with agreements for DuPont to divest of some of its business.
The European Commission (EC) recently published a first assessment on the introduction of preconditions that member states must fulfill to receive funding from the European Structural and Investment (ESI) Funds, indicating that the preconditions have proved valuable.
The European Commission (EC) recently reviewed three European Citizens’ Initiatives – registering two and rejecting one – that relate to union citizens’ rights in the wake of the United Kingdom’s Brexit referendum.
The European Commission recently published its General Report for 2016, a treaty-obligated annual release that covers how European Union (EU) citizens benefit from the organization’s activities and the EU’s progress on its priorities.
European Commission representatives recently completed an official visit to the African Union in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, that strengthened ties between the two organizations and furthered support for the Horn of Africa region.