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The European Commission on Wednesday backed Estonia's plan to adopt the euro in 2011, the Baltic state's foreign ministry said.
A bipartisan group of US senators urged the European Commission on Tuesday to expedite its investigation into the proposed acquisition of Sun Microsystems by US business software giant Oracle.
THE European Commission is inviting small and medium-sized enterprises to participate in its policy-making process.
A concession won for insurers by the CEA on the Audit Directive is that the European Commission agreed to study the possible liability exposure of auditing firms under the directive and to present an impact study to help insurers gauge market capacity, affordability of premiums, and terms and conditions for liability coverage.
The 20 Nominees for the IST Grand Prize have been proposed to the European Commission by independent experts from 16 European countries, nominated by Euro-CASE and agreed by the European Commission.
A key complaint by Europe's corporate world: By requiring member states to "at least" introduce the recommended criteria in their national framework on a comply-and-explain basis as a set of principals, the European Commission is aiming "at a Brussels-controlled centralized development of European Standards, which would eliminate the foundation of the national codes.
European Commission to Fund Development Adoption of XBRL The European Commission has pledged One million Euros to accelerate development and adoption of XBRL, in the European Union, The grant recipient, a new organization called XBRL in Europe, is dedicated to increasing awareness of XBRL in the EU and assisting member countries in starting local jurisdictions.
For example: * European Commission (EC) directives on e-commerce and e-signatures are driving the need for electronic records management (ERM) across public and private sectors.