Tags (3) : Austria
04/24/2015 | Industry / Transport
MEDITERRANEAN. Ports in southern Europe are working hard to lure container traffic from Anvers and Rotterdam. An increase in ro-ro traffic could follow in its wake.
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After marathon budget talks, it’s over to Parliament now to determine the fate of Europe’s long-term spending plans
02/12/2013 | European view on The Mediterranean
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02/08/2013 | European view on The Mediterranean
Two MEPs analyse the speeches recently made by the UK Prime Minister and the French President in which they set out conflicting visions for the future of Europe.
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