Commission cuts red tape in cross border court cases for businesses and consumers

Commission cuts red tape in cross border court cases for businesses and consumers


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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