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Juncker, it’s time to talk about a services policy

Wednesday 18 October 2017

While UNI Europa welcomes Juncker’s renewed enthusiasm for industrial policy, it is critical that Juncker also addresses a comprehensive services policy. People across Europe expect and deserve high quality services, and European businesses also rely on innovative services solutions to succeed in global markets. Therefore, a competitive European Union that caters for a high quality of life…

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UNI Europa Youth joins European Pay Rise Campaign!

Monday 28 August 2017

On 28 August 2017, the UNI Europa Youth Steering Group met in preparation of its UNI Europa Youth Conference to be held in Helsinki, Finland on 25-27 September 2017. During their meeting in Brussels, the UNI Europa Youth Steering Group also confirmed its full support of the ETUC Campaign: EUROPE NEEDS A PAY RISE –…

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UNI Europa responds to EU White Paper on the Future of Europe

Wednesday 2 August 2017

UNI Europa today responded to the European Commission’s online request for feedback to its ‘White paper on the future of Europe and the way forward.’ In the paper, the EU Commission sets out five possible scenarios for the possible state of the Union by 2025 depending on the choices Europe will make. In short, UNI…

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Cross-border parcel delivery Regulation rejected by the European Parliament

Thursday 13 July 2017

On 11 July 2017, the TRAN Committee of the European Parliament rejected the Cross-border parcel delivery Regulation proposal. The EPP in the transport committee voted down the compromise proposals put forward by the Socialists and Democrats that aimed at addressing a number of obstacles to cross-border parcel deliveries. Despite the lobbying efforts of UNI Europa…

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