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EU agrees on improved protection for posted worker
The protection of more than 1.2 million posted workers within Europe was right at the top of the agenda of the meeting of Ministers of Employment and Social Policy this week. After tough negotiations, Member States were able to reach agreement and found a compromise, which shall guarantee that control ...
Right to a bank account, more transparent bank charges: EU Parliament concludes 1st reading
In the European Union, about 60 million people over 18 do not have a personal bank account. ...
One year since the EU Action Plan to strengthen the fight against tax fraud and tax evasion was launched: What has actually happened so far?
On Thursday 5 December 2013, the European Commission took stock as regards to the progress ...
Labour organisations make liberalisation of public services in free trade agreements subject of their discussions
The European Commission has been negotiating free trade agreements with a number of third countries such as Canada, the United States, Columbia or South Korea for a number of years. However, these agreements are not only concerned with the duty-free import and export of goods: recently, the negotiations ...
Opinion on the Directive proposal on payment services in the internal market
Unfortunately, it has to be said from the point of view of Austrian consumer protection that the Commission has only provided for insignificant improvements and amendments. For example, the proposed expansion of the scope to so-called “one-leg transactions” and the application of Title III on payment services within the EU - independent of the currency - are of course to be welcomed.
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