Commission welcomes political agreement on European Disability and Parking Cards
The European Commission welcomes the political agreement reached today between the European Parliament and the EU Member States on the Directive establishing the European Disability Card and the European Parking Card for persons with disabilities.
EU young translator contest unveils this year’s 27 winners
The European Commission announces the 27 young winners of its 17th EU young translation contest (Juvenes Translatores) for secondary schools.
Europeans show strong support for EU civil protection in Eurobarometer survey
Today, the European Commission published the results of the Special Eurobarometer measuring public opinion about European civil protection actions in the Member States.
Commission welcomes provisional agreement to ban all remaining intentional uses of toxic mercury in the EU
The Commission welcomes the provisional political agreement reached between the European Parliament and the Council on the Commission’s proposal for a revision of the Mercury Regulation
La Commissione adotta la comunicazione riveduta sulla definizione del mercato per i casi di concorrenza
La Commissione europea ha adottato oggi una comunicazione riveduta sulla definizione del mercato (di seguito “la comunicazione”). In sede di valutazione delle concentrazioni e della maggior parte dei casi antitrust, per definire i mercati rilevanti occorre individuare l’ambito nel quale le imprese sono in concorrenza tra loro.
Commission sends Statement of Objections to PPC over predatory pricing in the Greek wholesale electricity market
The European Commission has informed the Greek electricity provider Public Power Corporation (‘PPC’) of its preliminary view that it has breached EU antitrust rules by selling electricity in the Greek wholesale market below cost, thereby excluding its main rivals.
Procedural rights: Commission decides to refer BELGIUM and LUXEMBOURG to the Court of Justice of the European Union for not fully granting the right of access to a lawyer and communication upon arrest
Today, the European Commission decided to refer Belgium and Luxembourg to the Court of Justice of the European Union for failing to correctly transpose the Directive on the right of access to a lawyer and to communicate upon arrest (Directive 2013/48/EU).