Topics: Skills mismatches - a growing EU‑wide concern; Overcoming challenges, identifying opportunities in the EU-US relationship; Tax as a Trade Barrier; Ratification of free-trade agreements; Business is about economics, not gender!
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Topics: Trading up for a stronger EU27 - free trade in the future: the social partners' perspective; Employers on the services e-card; Completing EMU Makes Good Sense; EU – a healthy monetary background and fresh finance; SMIT: New internal market information tool – new burden for companies
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