#EU2019: What’s Left on the EU Agenda for Healthcare

As the EU becomes increasingly active in the healthcare sector and some Member States embark on closer collaboration, we will see a stronger EU influence emerging.   Below is the latest and final overview from our Healthcare team coming from our countdown to EU elections 2019 campaign. Identifying what remains outstanding on Europe’s agenda within…

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What’s Left on Europe’s Energy, Transport and Agriculture Agenda?

As part of FTI Consulting Brussels’s #EU2019 election campaign, below is the latest overview from our #Energy, #Transport and #Agriculture team   Europe continues to lead the world on sustainability issues and the implementation of a circular economy. From 2019 marine litter and cleaning up plastic waste will be priorities, vying for attention on how to…

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The #FinancialServices Countdown to the 2019 European Elections Begins

FTI Consulting Brussels has published an infographic explaining why the elections in May 2019 are important for the #Financial sector.   The financial crisis might be over, but the EU’s scrutiny of the financial sector is far from over. While the focus is currently on adopting key pieces of legislation in traditional areas of financial…

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Belgian Federal Government: Moving Towards May 2019 Without Our Largest Coalition Partner

A busy weekend in Brussels  After a tumultuous Saturday in the streets of Brussels, with ‘gilets jaunes’ protesters coming to a confrontation with the police, many hoped that peace and quiet would return before the evening fell. But no such luck. With the protests having blocked the government neighbourhood throughout the day, the group of…

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Belgian Federal Government: From ‘Crisette’ to Crisis

Political turmoil in Belgium   If you were planning on launching a public affairs or communications campaign in Belgium this week, you may want to hold off. Recently, the mainstream Belgian media landscape has been holding its breath over the political impasse and the survival of the federal government. What the Belgians earlier this week…

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