Justice Ministers adopted yesterday the Commission’s proposal to cut red tape in cross-border court cases. Businesses and consumers from now on will be able to resolve their cross-border disputes easily. Abolishing red tape is expected to save businesses and consumers up to EUR 48 million a year.
Commission Vice-President Viviane Reding, the EU's Justice Commissioner said: "This reform will cut red tape for thousands of consumers and companies around Europe, reducing legal ...
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