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German Labour Minister, Andrea Nahles, has commissioned the Federal Institute for Health and Safety at Work to present a report regarding the viability of introducing an ‘anti-stress law’ in Germany. The Minister has stated that there is a strong correlation …
The Single Euro Payments Area (SEPA) came into operation in all eurozone countries on August 1st. Thanks to SEPA, individuals, businesses and public authorities in these countries may now make fast and secure payments to other eurozone countries under the …
Secretary General, Fedee
Poverty has never been a headline grabbing subject, not like terrorism or airline disasters. In the minds of many Europeans it is also something confined to the third world – and then only at times of severe drought or war. Yet in Europe poverty affects more than one in ten of the population and in many countries the numbers affected by it are growing each year.
By far the highest incidence of poverty is in Bulgaria where almost half the population are classified by the European Union as severely materially … Continue reading
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