Antitrust: Commission welcomes Parliament vote to facilitate damages claims by victims of antitrust violations European Commission Press release Brussels, 17 April 2014 The European Parliament has approved a proposal for a Directive which will help citizens and companies claim damages if they are victims of infringements of the EU antitrust rules, such as cartels and abuses of dominant market positions.
Questions and Answers on the Directive on Maritime Spatial Planning European Commission MEMO Brussels, 17 April 2014 Why do we need a Directive on Maritime Spatial Planning? The uncoordinated use of coastal and maritime areas creates competition for maritime space and is an inefficient use of marine resources.
Antitrust: Commission proposal for Directive to facilitate damages claims by victims of antitrust violations – frequently asked questions European Commission MEMO Brussels, 17 April 2014 See also IP/14/455 What are the problems to be solved by this Directive? Infringements of the EU antitrust rules, such as cartels or abuses of dominant market positions, are liable to cause very serious harm, not only to the economy as a whole...
Letter from President Barroso to President Putin European Commission Statement Brussels, 17 April 2014 The following letter was sent today by the President of the European Commission, José Manuel Barroso, to the President of the Russian Federation, Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin: "Mr President, Referring to your letter of 10th April to several Member States of the European Union...
GBP 235 million European Investment Bank backing for 65 new East Coast Main Line trains PRESS RELEASE 16 April 2014 Europe’s long-term lending institution, the European Investment Bank has, as part of a consortium of international banks, agreed to finance the deployment of 65 new Hitachi Super Express Trains to be used on the East Coast Main Line between London and Scotland.