Hungarians’ perception of dangers in cyberspace increased last year after the improvements in previous years, according to Microsoft’s Digital Civility Index of cyberspace security and well-being, which rose to 77 last year from 72 in 2018. Higher figures indicate lower cyber security.
Total assets of credit institutions headquartered in the EU increased year on year by 6.2%, from €33.2 trillion in September 2018 to €35.3 trillion in September 2019. The non-performing loans ratio for EU credit institutions dropped year on year by 0.5 percentage points to 2.9% in September 2019.
Credit terms broadly unchanged for almost all counterparties Most types of counterparty intensified efforts to negotiate more favourable terms Stronger demand for funding across all types of collateral except high-yield corporate bonds Respondents very confident in their ability to act as market-makers in times of stress for all asset classes except high-yield corporate bonds
In January, the number of detections of illegal border crossings on Europe’s main migratory routes fell 41% from the previous month to around 8 800*. This was comparable to the total from January 2019.
Amid a need for more accurate, up-to-date and harmonised data and monitoring on Europe’s valuable woodlands, the European Environment Agency and the European Commission today launched a new Forest Information System for Europe (FISE) which aims to become Europe’s knowledge hub to monitor the state, health and sustainability of Europe’s many forests.
The European Commission is referring Italy to the Court of Justice of the EU because its system of access to genetic resources from non-EU countries is considered to be dysfunctional.
With a retrospective consisting of 10 films restored by the National Film Institute – Film Archive – Hungary, Bergamo Film Meeting pays homage to the innovative gaze of Hungarian director Márta Mészáros who, though her militant filmmaking, has given voice to strong and complex women portraying the reality and historical memory of his country.
Artificial intelligence and automated decision making processes can pose certain threats to consumers. Find out how the European Parliament wants to protect them.
The European Investment Bank (EIB) and the Egyptian Ministry of International Cooperation (MOIC) have signed a cooperation agreement to provide up to EUR 1.5 million of grant financing for a Feasibility Study including an Environmental and Social Impact Assessment for the Tanta – El Mansoura – Damietta Rail project which will improve railways safety, availability and reliability of […]
Europe’s many regions are expected to face worsening impacts of climate change over the next decades. A compilation of several existing maps published by the European Environment Agency (EEA) today illustrates how drought, heavy rain and flooding, forest fires and sea-level rise could affect some selected regions in Europe, including Central Europe, the Iberian peninsula, […]