The idea of a two-speed Europe should be viewed positively. In economic policy, permission for Member States not to join certain EU initiatives can – figuratively speaking – fill the national purse. Which is not to say that all ideas should be contested.
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In the post-Brexit context, Lithaunian MEP Antanas Guoga has launched a campaign seeking to position Vilnius (Lithuania) as an alternative location for UK businesses now looking into the possibility of relocation options. This time, the focus of his attention is the automotive industry, which is anticipated to be one of the sectors most severely impacted […]More