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25 years of the EU's Single Market - time to celebrate

Posted by Nick Prag at 22 March 2018, 23:50 CET |
Filed under: Single Market

As Britain's leaders persist on a course to exit the EU Single Market, it is difficult to point to any benefits in doing so. This week the EU celebrates the Single Market's 25th anniversary. Rightly so.

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EU plans for cutting red tape, with less but better regulation

Posted by Nick Prag at 21 May 2015, 17:15 CET |
Filed under: EU Law, Single Market, SMEs

As the United Kingdom begins to gear up for its referendum on EU membership following the Conservative win in the general election, the European Commission addressed what has been one of the main complaints of Mr Cameron's government – too much red tape in EU legislation and a lack of transparency about the EU decision-making process.

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EU trademark deal welcome step forward for SMEs

EU trademark deal welcome step forward for SMEs

Posted by Nick Prag at 23 April 2015, 18:05 CET |

It has taken two years of inter-institutional discussions, but on Tuesday the EU's Latvian Presidency reached provisional political agreement with European Parliament representatives on reform of the European trade mark system.

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Go-ahead for new public procurement rules

Posted by Nick Prag at 16 January 2014, 14:35 CET |
Filed under: Single Market, SMEs, Finance

Better quality and value for money when public authorities buy or lease works, goods or services are promised in new EU rules on public procurement and concession contracts, which received the green light in the European Parliament this week.

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