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Germany in EU dock over road toll plan

Germany in EU dock over road toll plan

Germany was referred Thursday to the EU Court of Justice over its plan to introduce a road charging scheme for private vehicles (PKW-Maut) which, according to the European Commission, is discriminatory.

EU opens probe into LSE - Deutsche Boerse merger

The Commission is to investigate whether the proposed merger between the London Stock Exchange and Deutsche Boerse would reduce competition in several financial market infrastructure areas.

MEPs debate changes to car type-approval rules

Plans to tighten up EU car 'type approval' rules in the wake of the Volkswagen (VW) scandal were debated by members of the European Parliament's Internal Market committee on Thursday.

EDITOR'S CHOICE

Brexit comments

UKComments of business people and politicians on the result of the United Kingdom's referendum on membership of the European Union.
BREXIT

Vodafone welcomes Commission's revision of EU telecoms framework

Vodafone welcomes the review of the EU telecoms framework resulting in the proposal for a new European Electronic Communications Code and the Commission's Communication on its vision for the European Gigabit Society.
PRESS

Head of Unit - Human Resources, European Chemicals Agency, ECHA

ECHA is launching this call for expressions of interest in order to establish a reserve list for the following temporary agent profile: Head of Unit - Human Resources.
JOBS

15th annual Benelux Infrastructure Forum

SMi proudly presents the 15th Annual Benelux infrastructure Forum in November 2016! This year's meeting will bring together key professionals in the PPP, project financing and infrastructure sectors to discuss the latest issues and trends within the Benelux market.
EVENTS

EU e-commerce sector inquiry - initial findings

The European Commission has published the preliminary report on its e-commerce sector inquiry, identifying business practices that might restrict competition and limit consumer choice.
GUIDES

Changes in remuneration and reward systems - Eurofound

 Changes in remuneration and reward systems - EurofoundPerformance-related pay and employee reward systems in Europe are often unevenly distributed among different groups of workers; particularly benefiting men, highly-skilled and highly ranked workers.
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Digital skills vital to EU economy
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