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EFSA reinforces independence policy22/06/2017 16:16:00
The EFSA has a robust, well-balanced independence policy, its Management Board said after approving a number of new measures to further strengthen the Authority’s impartiality and protection against improper influence.
Romania, UK, Belgium & Switzerland – coordinated takedown of a Romanian THB criminal network22/06/2017 15:20:00
On 19 June, Romanian prosecutors from the Directorate for the Investigation of Organised Crime and Terrorism (DIICOT), Piteşti Territorial Service, together with judicial police officers from the organised crime fighting structures within Piteşti, Craiova, Ploiesti, Bucharest, Vâlcea and Dâmboviţa, carried out 71 house searches in Romania.
Solidarity with Italy: €1.2 billion of EU funds to support reconstruction works after the earthquakes22/06/2017 14:10:00
The EC proposes to mobilise €1.2bn under the EU Solidarity Fund, the highest sum ever mobilised in a single instalment, following the earthquakes of 2016 and 2017 in the Italian regions of Abruzzo, Lazio, Marche and Umbria.
EC forges ahead on new transparency rules for tax planning intermediaries22/06/2017 13:37:00
The EC has proposed tough new transparency rules for intermediaries - such as tax advisors, accountants, banks and lawyers - who design and promote tax planning schemes for their clients.
Antitrust: EC fines three car lighting system producers €27m in cartel settlement22/06/2017 13:15:00
The EC has fined Automotive Lighting and Hella a total of €26,744,000 for participating in an automotive lighting cartel, in breach of EU antitrust rules. Valeo was not fined as it revealed the cartel to the Commission. All companies admitted their involvement and agreed to settle.