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The organisation recommends an update of EU food labelling legislation. In 2013, the EU will decide on crucial rules on origin labelling. Our survey clearly shows that this info ranks high when people buy food. Making origin labelling meaningful and
The EU's proposal to grant super credits to carmakers for low-emission vehicles threatens to add at least 10g of CO 2 per kilometre to the EU's 2020 target, say Green groups and other transport stakeholders. Ferdinand Dudenhoffer, a professor at
Tobacco lobby focus switches from Dalli to Stoiber Published 26 October 2012 Stoiber's intervention on behalf of a Bavarian snuff manufacturer took place in a meeting between the High Level Group of Independent Stakeholders on Administrative Burdens (
UK Prime Minister David Cameron recently announced that he would pass a law forcing energy companies to offer their customers the lowest tariffs available, but this will not necessarily translate into cheaper energy bills, EU energy experts warn. "
The European Commission released yesterday (27 September) its EU strategy on cloud computing, which promotes off-site data storage in a bid to create new jobs and raise 160 billion per year in information technology savings. This Strategy lacks the
A Commission departmental dispute over copyright licencing is responsible for the delayed publication of the EU strategy on cloud computing, EurActiv has learned...With the economy in dire straits, we should remind ourselves what is at stake and
European Commissioner Karel De Gucht, who sought to dissuade MEPs from voting on the international treaty before the European Court of Justice gave its opinion. Welsh MEP Jill Evans, president of the party Plaid Cymru : I'm pleased that the European
Europe's consumer laws fail to protect the most vulnerable people, say member of the European Parliament who called for tougher measures to prevent senior citizens, children and the disabled from being victims of rip-offs or aggressive marketing.
MEPs hold firm on lower roaming charges Published 16 March 2012 Members of the European Parliament pledge to stick to the lower range of their proposed price caps for roaming charges. A recent report by national regulators found that providers' costs
Energy companies reject binding EU efficiency targets Published 09 March 2012 European energy retailers refuse to be imposed an efficiency goal of 1.5% of annual savings and prefer to find their own way for cutting carbon dioxide emissions through