Nairobi, Tuesday June 20, 2017: Kenyan food is set to be safer than ever after the European Union made available state-of-the art equipment that will enable national food control authorities to test the quality and safety of a wide range of food products.
The food testing laboratory equipment was launched by The Cabinet Secretary for Industry, Trade and Co-operatives, Adan Mohamed and the EU Ambassador, Stefano Dejak at the Kenya Bureau of Standards headquarters.
The EU Business Climate Report 2017 was launched during the recent EU-Azerbaijan Business Forum. The second business survey was carried out by the German-Azerbaijani Chamber of Commerce (AHK Azerbaijan), with support of the EU. The survey aims to assess the current conditions for doing business in Azerbaijan, highlighting key reform achievements and remaining bottlenecks. Download your copy now.
The JRC Evidence for Policy Summer School is a professional training which offers policymakers and scientists the opportunity to meet each other and together develop skills in using evidence for creating robust policy solutions. This year, we will meet in Slovakia with policymakers and scientists from Central and Eastern Europe and selected EU neighbouring countries.