Europe debates its digital future - Digitization: Estonia aims to light the way - Catalan Referendum: Stay or go?
The new EU data protection law taking effect May 25 has many small companies worried. But EU Commissioner Vera Jourova stresses that there is no need to panic – authorities will focus on watching the digital giants.
The EU has unveiled a proposal to overhaul how multinational tech giants are taxed in the 28-nation bloc to prevent the companies from exploiting tax loopholes. The move is likely to exacerbate global trade tensions.
The new Cabinet, comprised of 11 women and six men, is clearly pro-European and strictly opposed to Catalonian independence. Sanchez said his administration will be "progressive, modernizing and Europe-minded."
Barcelona's mayor, Ada Colau, and Catalonia's head of foreign affairs, Raul Romeva, have called on the European Union to help resolve the conflict in the region. Both have blamed Madrid for worsening the situation.
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