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MEPs vote to cap the price of phone calls

MEPs vote to cap the price of phone calls

The European Parliament approved Wednesday the EU's telecoms package that caps intra-EU calls, makes super-fast 5G networks possible by 2020 and creates alert system for emergencies.

Bulgaria makes progress, Romania backtracks on judicial reform and corruption

Bulgaria has made good progress in fighting corruption and organised crime, but Romania has gone backwards, particularly with regard to judicial reform, the EU said in its annual review published Tuesday.

EU opens up free movement of non-personal data

EU ministers provided a boost to Europe's data economy Friday, signing off on a new directive aimed at removing obstacles to the free movement of non-personal data within the EU.


Brexit comments

UKComments of business people and politicians on Britain's decision to withdraw from membership of the European Union.

European Parliament adopts new EU law to cut farm antimicrobial use

The plenary of the European Parliament has adopted a long-awaited law which will restrict the use of antimicrobials in food-producing animals and thus help to fight antimicrobial resistance.

HR Business Partner, European Food Safety Authority

EFSA is looking for talented HR Business Partners ready to play a pivotal role in providing advice to EFSA business units and managers.

Annual Conference on European VAT Law 2018

The Annual Conference on European VAT Law 2018, held by the Academy of European Law, will take place in Trier, Germany on 22 to 23 November.

European Commission Opinion on the 2019 draft budgetary plan of Italy

The Commission has identified in the draft budgetary plan submitted by Italy for 2019 a particularly serious non-compliance with the fiscal recommendation addressed to Italy by the Council on 13 July 2018.

Labour market and wage developments in Europe - Annual review 2018

Labour market and wage developments in Europe - Annual review 2018The 2018 edition of the Labour Market and Wage Developments in Europe shows that job creation continued to progress in 2017 and the first half of 2018 and analyses the reasons behind this improvement.
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The Week Ahead no. 412
Brexit progress - CO2 emissions and fuel consumption - biocides - occupational safety - cheaper phone calls - renewables - and rail passengers' rights

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