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Increasing cybercrime and incidents results in ever growing financial and reputational damage for companies all over the world, while consumer’s trust is undermined. In view of the severe impact on the economy and society in general, the European Commission launched …Read Post
Earlier this year Fleishman-Hillard Brussels welcomed Li Hong, President of Fleishman-Hillard China, to Brussels to discuss the upcoming leadership transition in China and its impact on business with a group of Brussels-based public affairs professionals. One month later the new leaders …Read Post
On Tuesday 18 December Fleishman-Hillard Brussels will host a lunch round table discussion on the EU’s role and relevance in the global trade system. This event will bring together Ms Signe Ratso (Director for Trade Strategy and Analysis as well …Read Post
Following the Commission’s Work Programme (CWP) for 2013, published on October 23rd 2012, Fleishman-Hillard offers a briefing on the work programme and highlights key proposals made by the European Commission.
On 25 September 2012 the Fleishman-Hillard Brussels defence team hosts a roundtable on “The Defence Outlook – 2012 and Beyond. Can Europe bounce back from defence cuts?” With the signing of the Lisbon Treaty in 2009, supporters of the European …Read Post
Fleishman-Hillard Brussels offers an analysis of today’s State of the (European) Union speech by European Commission President Barroso at the European Parliament. With calls for a treaty change to move the European Union towards a “federation of nation states” and …Read Post
Fleishman-Hillard’s James Stevens features in the Spring edition of the World Policy Journal in an article about the importance of Brussels and EU regulation to business. The article, written by the Financial Times’ Brussels correspondent Stanley Pignal, underlines the reach …Read Post
The triumph of Libya’s National Transitional Council culminating in the death of Colonel Gaddafi owes everything to the support provided by NATO air operations under UN Resolution 1973, yet the UN involvement and the military action which followed would never …Read Post
The ability of we Europeans to provide for our own defence has been increasingly in doubt since the end of the cold war. I well remember George Robertson, when he was NATO Secretary General, contrasting the size of Europe’s military …Read Post
The European Union has hardly covered itself with glory over the Libyan crisis, but as events unfold we may be witnessing a far more effective performance than seemed likely just two weeks ago. One thing has become clear though: hopes …Read Post