|Story title||European Council - June 2017 (Day 2)|
EU heads of state or government meet on 23 June 2017 in Brussels to discuss economic and trade issues. Leaders are reaffirming their commitment to free trade and investment, while ensuring it is also fair and the benefits are reciprocal. European Central Bank's President Draghi is informing leaders about the economic situation. The heads of state and government are also finalising the European Semester process.
Afterwards, leaders are taking stock of ongoing measures to tackle migration issues and assess where further efforts are needed.
Finally, leaders are discussing how to move towards a digital vision for Europe.
|Video title||Single Market History|
Archive footage on the development of the Single Market.
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Control of a truck at the border between Belgium and France, Belgium, 1967 (4 shots), Stop and control of a vehicle at the customs post, Action of the European movement for the abolition of the borders: setting fire to a customs barrier (2 shots)
Duration : 00:00:13
Arrival of a truck at a border post in the French Alps. Control customs documents by the French customs, France, 1982 (4 shots)
Duration : 00:00:34
Italian border post, panels “TRANSIT”, “IMPORTATION” and control of this truck by the Italian customs. Application of the seals on the customs documents (6 shots)
Duration : 00:01:10
Arrival of an Erasmus student at Louvain-la-Neuve train station; "Welcome" office sign; Erasmus student in the Kot Ardoise; Erasmus student going through his Socrates papers; International Economics lesson, Louvain-la-Neuve, 2002 (6 shots)
Duration : 00:00:36
The Estonian "Pal" company; workers processing wood; wooden house "made by Pal", Estonia, 2004 (7 shots) The Estonian Wooden Houses Association is established since May 1999. One of the 17 enterprises involved in the manufacturing of timber houses is the company Palmatin. Estonian manufacturers of timber houses have a long tradition of production. At the same time, they have been competitive in foreign markets. In 2000, Estonian wooden houses were exported to 29 countries, mostly Germany (59%).
Duration : 00:00:36
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