EUROSTAT Proposal to remove Industrial Services positions in the PRODCOM list

Published: 4 September 2006

Policies & Issues: Industrial Strategy

Orgalime has always been in favour of a simplified and consistent European legislation to avoid unnecessary administrative burden for companies.

Orgalime however strongly objects the recent Eurostat proposal to PRODCOM Committee members to remove all the industrial service headings from the PRODCOM list and also questions the justification put forward by Eurostat.

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