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24 August 2006, 17:09 CET The opportunities which the EU offers its citizens for living, studying and working in other countries make a major contribution to cross-cultural understanding... Education, Training and Youth in the EU
24 August 2006, 17:07 CET More and better jobs and equal opportunities are the watchwords of European employment and social policy. A function of the European Commission is to make sure ... Employment and Social Affairs in the EU
24 August 2006, 17:04 CET Consumers in the European Union now have a number of common basic rights if they shop across EU borders. EU consumer rights
24 August 2006, 17:02 CET Every citizen of the European Union is a consumer and it is a function of the European Commission to protect their health, safety and economic well-being. It pr... Consumer Policy in the European Union
24 August 2006, 17:01 CET Effective competition is seen by the European Commission as crucial to an open market economy. It cuts prices, raises quality and expands customer choice. Com... Competition Policy in the European Union
24 August 2006, 15:39 CET The EU fishing industry is a major source of employment and food. It is therefore important to prevent over-fishing by some to the detriment of all. The Europea... EU Fisheries Policy
24 August 2006, 15:36 CET The aim of the common agricultural policy is to provide farmers with a reasonable standard of living, consumers with quality food at fair prices and to preserve... Agriculture in the European Union
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