Commissioner Damanaki welcomes final adoption of reformed Common Fisheries Policy European Commission Press release Brussels, 10 December 2013 Maria Damanaki, European Commissioner for Fisheries and Maritime Affairs, has welcomed today’s final vote of the European Parliament in support of a new, reformed Common Fisheries Policy (CFP) for the EU that she initiated in July 2011.
Antitrust: Commission fines Johnson & Johnson and Novartis € 16 million for delaying market entry of generic pain-killer fentanyl European Commission Press release Brussels, 10 December 2013 The European Commission has imposed fines of € 10 798 000 on the US pharmaceutical company Johnson & Johnson (J&J) and € 5 493 000 on Novartis of Switzerland. In July 2005, their respective Dutch subsidiaries concluded an anticompetitive agreement to delay...
Commission welcomes Parliament's vote in favour of better European cooperation against disasters European Press release Brussels, 10 December 2013 Commission The European Parliament today adopted new legislation on EU Civil Protection which paves the way for a stronger European cooperation in responding to disasters.
State Aid: Commission welcomes Court ruling on exemptions from excise duty on mineral oils used as fuel for alumina production European Commission MEMO Brussels, 10 December 2013 The European Commission welcomes today's judgement of the EU Court of Justice, setting aside a General Court ruling that had annulled a Commission Decision of December 2005 finding exemptions from excise duty on mineral oils used as fuel for alumina production granted by...
Creating a fair single market for mortgage credit – FAQ European Commission MEMO Brussels, 10 December 2013 See also MEMO/13/1126 1. What does this Directive cover? This Directive aims to ensure that all consumers who purchase a property or take out a loan secured against their home are adequately informed and protected against the risks.