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When Tehran-bound AF 378 took off from Paris in April 2016, it was a heady moment for European diplomacy and commercial interests. Iran had signed a nuclear deal with six world powers the year before, including three from Europe. Businesses, from France’s Total to Germany’s Siemens and Italian steel firm Danieli, were scrambling for a share of a promising market. The Air France flight was the airliner’s first since 2008, when service was suspended amid
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According to the European Commission, Greece is the main EU country benefited from the investments of the Juncker plan, aiming at growth. The Juncker plan is expected to mobilize investments amounting to 283.7 billion euros, which represents 90% of the initial target, stresses the European Commission. More specifically, the European Investment Bank has approved financing for Greece from the European Fund for Strategic Investments (EFSI), amounting almost to 2.4 billion euros, which is estimated to
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According to the European Commission, Greece is the main EU country benefited from the investments of the Juncker plan, aiming at growth. The Juncker plan is expected to mobilize investments amounting to 283.7 billion euros, which represents 90% of the initial target, stresses the European Commission.

More specifically, the European…

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Personal Envoy of the UN Secretary-General Matthew Nimetz has stated to the Press that on Thursday, May 17, Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras will meet with FYROM’s Prime Minister Zoran Zaev. The two Prime Ministers will meet on the occasion of the EU-Western Balkans summit to discuss the FYROM…

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According to the European Commission, Greece is the main EU country benefited from the investments of the Juncker plan, aiming at growth. The Juncker plan is expected to mobilize investments amounting to 283.7 billion euros, which represents 90% of the initial target, stresses the European Commission.

More specifically, the European Investment Bank has approved financing for Greece from the European Fund for Strategic Investments (EFSI), amounting almost to 2.4 billion euros, which is estimated to mobilize investments of 9.2 billion euros in Greece. As a result of these numbers, Greece ranks first among the 28 EU member states, based on the GDP of each country. Estonia, Bulgaria, Portugal and Spain are in the next places.

 

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When Tehran-bound AF 378 took off from Paris in April 2016, it was a heady moment for European diplomacy and commercial interests.

Iran had signed a nuclear deal with six world powers the year before, including three from Europe. Businesses, from France’s Total to Germany’s Siemens and Italian steel firm Danieli, were scrambling for a share of a promising market. The Air France flight was the airliner’s first since 2008, when service was suspended amid global sanctions over Iran’s nuclear program.

Since then, the nuclear agreement has translated into billions of dollars in revenue and thousands of jobs for Europe, a windfall that now risks drying up with U.S. President Donald Trump’s decision to withdraw from it, and threats to sanction European companies doing business with Tehran.

Yet today, the Europeans face an uncomfortable truth as they try to salvage the nuclear deal and also protect their businesses; Iran is the EU’s 33rd biggest trading power, while the United States ranks number one. That reality will weigh heavily during key talks this week, even as calls grow for Europe to stand up for its ideals and interests, and speak with a strong, collective voice.

“If we don’t unify, we’re just going to be small laughable countries that the United States, China and Russia will push over,” said Tomasz Michalski, associate Economics professor at leading French business school HEC, summing up…

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According to the European Commission, Greece is the main EU country benefited from the investments of the Juncker plan, aiming at growth. The Juncker plan is expected to mobilize investments amounting to 283.7 billion euros, which represents 90% of the initial target, stresses the European Commission. More specifically, the European Investment Bank has approved financing for Greece from the European Fund for Strategic Investments (EFSI), amounting almost to 2.4 billion euros, which is estimated to
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According to the European Commission, Greece is the main EU country benefited from the investments of the Juncker plan, aiming at growth. The Juncker plan is expected to mobilize investments amounting to 283.7 billion euros, which represents 90% of the initial target, stresses the European Commission. More specifically, the European Investment Bank has approved financing for Greece from the European Fund for Strategic Investments (EFSI), amounting almost to 2.4 billion euros, which is estimated to
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When Tehran-bound AF 378 took off from Paris in April 2016, it was a heady moment for European diplomacy and commercial interests.

Iran had signed a nuclear deal with six world powers the year before, including three from Europe. Businesses, from France’s Total to Germany’s Siemens and Italian steel firm Danieli, were scrambling for a share of a promising market. The Air France flight was the airliner’s first since 2008, when service was suspended amid global sanctions over Iran’s nuclear program.

Since then, the nuclear agreement has translated into billions of dollars in revenue and thousands of jobs for Europe, a windfall that now risks drying up with U.S. President Donald Trump’s decision to withdraw from it, and threats to sanction European companies doing business with Tehran.

Yet today, the Europeans face an uncomfortable truth as they try to salvage the nuclear deal and also protect their businesses; Iran is the EU’s 33rd biggest trading power, while the United States ranks number one. That reality will weigh heavily during key talks this week, even as calls grow for Europe to stand up for its ideals and interests, and speak with a strong, collective voice.

“If we don’t unify, we’re just going to be small laughable countries that the United States, China and Russia will push over,” said Tomasz Michalski, associate Economics professor at leading French business school HEC, summing up the criticism.

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On Tuesday, foreign ministers of France, Britain and Germany, the three European signatories to the nuclear agreement, discuss their response to the U.S. pullout and also hold talks with their Iranian counterpart, Javad Zarif. The matter is also expected to be…

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