Skip to content. | Skip to navigation

Personal tools
Sections
You are here: Home

Did you not find what you were looking for? Try the Advanced Search to refine your search.

Search results 827 items matching your search terms

Subscribe to an always-updated feed of these search terms

Gold Plating
The Federation of Small Businesses, in association with the Foreign Policy Centre, has published a report into the practice of 'gold plating' EU regulations.
The high-level group advises the European Commission on how to reduce administrative burdens linked to its legislation. Examples include recommendations ...
Mediation in civil and commercial matters - summary
The European Parliament and the EU Council on 23 April 2008 gave the go-ahead for an EU law to encourage mediation for cross-border legal disputes. The ...
Mediation in civil and commercial matters - guide
The European Parliament and the EU's Council on 23 April 2008 gave the go-ahead for an EU law to encourage mediation for cross-border legal disputes. The ...
EC Court rules on rights for dismissed pregnant workers
Dismissed pregnant workers must enjoy effective judicial protection of their under Community law, according to a ruling by the European Court of Justice.
EC moves to cut legal red tape
The European Commission is proposing to slash red tape for citizens and businesses by doing away with bureaucratic rubber-stamping exercises which are ...
REFIT - Fit for growth - making EU law lighter
Red tape is often accused of stifling businesses, especially the smallest ones, and of interfering too much in people's daily lives. With 74% of Europeans ...
To ensure that EU action is effective, the European Commission assesses the impact of policies, legislation, trade agreements and other measures at every stage ...
Smart Regulation in the EU - making EU law lighter
The European Commission is taking stock of its efforts to make EU law lighter, simpler and less costly. Under the title "Smart Regulation in the EU – Building ...
Financial reporting obligations for limited liability companies (Accounting Directive)
The European Parliament on 12 June voted in new Accounting and Transparency Directives, a modernisation of financial reporting obligations, which should see ...
European Commission Green Paper on Audit Policy - guide
The European Commission has launched today a broad consultation on the role of statutory audit as well the wider environment within which audits are conducted. ...
The Capital Markets Union (CMU) is a plan of the European Commission that aims to create deeper and more integrated capital markets in the 28 Member States of ...
EC Capital Markets Union to build a single market for capital
The European Commission launched on 18 February a landmark project to unlock funding for Europe’s businesses and to boost growth in the EU’s 28 Member States ...
Cross-border payments
The European Commission proposed on 28 March to make cross-border payments in euro cheaper across the entire EU.
E-invoicing in public procurement
The European Commission has today proposed a draft directive on e-invoicing in public procurement, accompanied by a communication setting out its vision for ...
e-Procurement - guide
The European Commission on 18 October launched a consultation on e-procurement. Taking the form of a Green Paper, the consultation seeks the views of ...
European Account Preservation Order - faster, cheaper and more efficient debt recovery
Around 1 million smaller business (SMEs) in the EU face problems with cross-border debts. This is about EUR 600 million lost every year for these small ...
A guide to EBRD financing
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) finances projects in 27 countries from central Europe to central Asia. This guide outlines the ...
Accounting rules and micro entities - when simplification becomes complication
The European Federation of Accountants and Auditors (EFAA), Europe's leading accountancy organisation dedicated solely to the needs of small and medium-sized ...
Green light for SME financing under Europe investment plan
Small and medium-sized companies (SMEs) across Europe should be able to benefit from the first funds from the new European Fund for Strategic Investments ...
EU cuts red tape for awarding EU funds
New implementing rules for EU funds will simplify access to EU funding and cut associated administrative burdens, particularly for SMEs.
EU directive to improve remedies in the area of public procurement - guide
The Council of the European Union and the European Parliament on 15 November 2007 adopted a Commission proposal for a Directive reviewing EU rules on remedies ...
EU budget 2009: EUROCHAMBRES urges even more resources for 'competitiveness'
Yesterday the European Commission adopted the Preliminary Draft Budget for 2009. EUROCHAMBRES is pleased to see that, this year again, the bulk of the overall ...
European Parliament takes strong line on SEPA value for payment users
EuroCommerce warmly welcomes the adoption of the resolution on the Single Euro Payments Area (SEPA) by the European Parliament today.
The activities of the European Investment Fund (EIF) are centred upon two areas, venture capital and guarantees. EIF's venture capital instruments consist of ...
Financial Reporting: burden reduction for micro-entities - briefing
The European Commission has put forward a new proposal which would allow EU Member States to completely abolish financial reporting obligations for the EU's ...
Overview of new financial rules and funding opportunities 2007-2013
Corporate governance framework for European companies - EC consultation
One of the lessons of the financial crisis is that corporate governance, until now usually based on self-regulation, was not as effective as it could have ...
European Insolvency Law is laid down in Regulation (EC) No 1346/2000 on insolvency proceedings (the "Insolvency Regulation"), which has applied since 31 May ...
The European Commission on 26 February put forward a new proposal which would allow EU Member States to completely abolish financial reporting obligations for ...
EU Alerts

EUbusiness Week no. 848
Protecting our 5G future
→ EUbusiness Week archive

The Week Ahead no. 443
Situation in Iran - future of the CAP - sugar sector - EU-Canada summit - Commission President vote

Subscription options