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In a joint statement ahead of the hearings of the commissioners-designated, BUSINESSEUROPE, EUROCHAMBRES, EuroCommerce and UEAPME demand that the European Union prioritizes competitiveness in any future policy initiative.
This document provides an overview of the various legislations regarding shop opening hours in Europe. This is updated as of 22 Sept 2014.
Additional document: "Deregulated shop opening hours: the Swedish experience" (Svensk Handel, 02/09/2013)
- 11 September 2014Read more
The European Court of Justice has today upheld the Commission’s 2007 decision on MasterCard’s multilateral interchange fees, wholly rejecting the card scheme’s appeal. Following this ruling, the adoption of proposed regulation for open, transparent and lower card fees for all payment users must be a priority.
- 3 September 2014Read more
EuroCommerce is currently looking for an Adviser, Consumer policy. The role would include amongst other responsibilities, tracking, analysing and developing positions and advocacy strategies in the areas of consumer rights and e-commerce at national and international levels.
Want to know more about the position and how to apply? Please click below.
"Shopping for Growth"
We are at the dawn of a new European legislature. The next five years will be critical in returning the European economy to growth and job creation. Retail and wholesale can contribute, given the right economic and policy conditions. This manifesto, "Shopping for Growth" highlights our key proposals for the next five years. With the right policy and legisative environment, our sector will respond, supporting growth and creating jobs in the European economy.