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The next EU Heads of State Dinner (seating plan)

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London-born Nicolas Vadot (b. 1971) is a Franco-British cartoonist. He grew up in France, before moving to Brussels at 17. Winner of the Press Cartoon Europe (PCE) award, his cartoons appear in magazines like Le Vif/L’Express, the daily l’Echo and its weekly supplement Mon Argent.

 


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2012
10/26

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Car industry woes ‘transit’ the EU

It’s been a black week for the European car industry, which has seen sales fall by 20% in five years. The announced closure in 2014 of three Ford plants in Genk, Belgium, and in Southampton and Dagenham in the UK, has put nearly 12,000 jobs on the line. Spain will recover part of this production. Meanwhile, French car-maker Peugeot, which is about to close its factory in the Parisian suburb of Aulnay-sous-Bois, with over 8,000 employees, is trying to ensure a future alliance with General Motors for its upcoming models.

Economic patriotism put to the test

Long live the Flemish car industry!

English!  Scottish! German! Bavarian! French! Breton! Italian! Padanian! Maltese! Spanish! Catalan! Monaco!

London-born Nicolas Vadot (b. 1971) is a Franco-British cartoonist. He grew up in France, before moving to Brussels at 17. Winner of the Press Cartoon Europe (PCE) award, his cartoons appear in magazines like Le Vif/L’Express, the daily l’Echo and its weekly supplement Mon Argent.

Ack: Presseurop.


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That sinking feeling

Richard North, EUReferendum, posts that WeltOnLine reckons that Brussels is preparing for a hot autumn.

Presseurop reckons that after a particularly dismal July where the weather is concerned, Europe is about to face a hot spell, with temperatures well above the seasonal average. Meanwhile, the debt crisis in the countries of Southern Europe seems to know no respite.

“I’m afraid we are sinking like a stone.”

“Oh, come on. It’s not that bad.”

On the board: “Debt crisis”

London-born Nicolas Vadot (b. 1971) is a Franco-British cartoonist. He grew up in France, before moving to Brussels at 17. Winner of the Press Cartoon Europe (PCE) award, his cartoons appear in magazines like Le Vif/L’Express, the daily l’Echo and its weekly supplement Mon Argent.

Ack: Pressurop.


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Europe’s place.

The continued poor health of the European economy is the focus of the G20 summit in Los Cabos, Mexico.

G20 in Mexico. “Where do I sit?”

London-born Nicolas Vadot (b. 1971) is a Franco-British cartoonist. He grew up in France, before moving to Brussels at 17. Winner of the Press Cartoon Europe (PCE)award, his cartoons appear in magazines like Le Vif/L’Express, the daily l’Echo and its weekly supplement Mon Argent.

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