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International Relations

  • Finance Watch and BETTER FINANCE comment on Corporate Bond report by EC Expert GroupFinance Watch and BETTER FINANCE published their comments on last Monday’s final report by the European Commission’s Expert Group on Corporate Bonds
  • UNI Global Banking, Insurance & Finance Unions’ meeting held in Valletta Over 40 delegates from 14 countries emanating belonging to Banking and Finance Unions of UNI Global union - MENA Area, gathered in Valletta, Malta hosted by MUBE
  • Czech finance sector: employers refuse real negotiationsCzech Republic Trade Unions towards a stike as employers in the Finance sector have unilaterally decided to not negotiate at sectoral level anymore
  • Finance Watch : Too-big-to-regulateA new statement released by Finance Watch about the "EU’s bank structural reform proposal" - BSR
  • UNI Europa Newsletter - September 2017On the monthly newsletter from UNI Europa: Youth Conference, The Digital Agenda, "End of Corporate Greed" event, and more...
  • UNI Europa on Junker, State of the Union, speechAs President of the European Commission, Juncker, sets sail towards a more social Europe, Trade Unions keep watch in unsure waters
  • Spanish Government reply to UMF PresidentFollowing a letter from UMF President, Mauro Bossola, the Spanish Government has sent an important reply
  • Eurostat on EU unemploymentThe euro area unemployment rate was 9.3% in May 2017, stable compared to April 2017 and down from 10.2% in May 2016. It is the lowest rate recorded in the euro area since March 2009
  • UNI Europa “Call on Slovak Banking Association to return to the negotiation table”Declaration of UNI Europa Finance who participated at the workshop “Collective bargaining” that took place in Bratislava on 11-12 June 2017, in the frame of the joint project of ITC-ILO and UNI Europa Finance
  • Finance Watch comments on Pan-European Personal Pension proposalFinance Watch welcomes the Commission’s proposal for a regulation that sets out common principles for a Pan-European Personal Pension (PEPP) product.
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