FEBIS Working Group on “Late Payments”, which objective is to increase and share the knowledge on this topic has released a first version about the situation in some countries, not only on legal aspects, but also on the best practices and the impact of late payments in the economy.
In her State of the Union address in September 2022, President von der Leyen announced the revision of Directive 2011/7/EU on combating late payments in commercial transactions. This measure is one of the measures that will be put in place to put an end to the culture of late payments. An essential aspect is the lack of transparency, and the creation of an Observatory is one of the main measures of this project.
Giro d’Italia, Italy’s most prestigious road bicycle race, is set to begin in just a few days: on May 6, the 99th edition of the Giro, one of cycling's Grand Tour races, will begin outside Italy – this
year, in the Netherlands. Beginning May 10th , the Giro will head to Italy, traversing the country from south to north, from Catanzaro in Calabria to Turin in Piedmont, scheduled to be
reached on May 29.
Malta is a small island nation located in the Mediterranean Sea. The country is known for its rich history, beautiful beaches, and historic architecture. As a member of the European Union, Malta enjoys access to the world's largest single market.
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EU lawmakers in the JURI committee of the European Parliament adopted with a large majority the report from MEP Lara Wolters on the proposed corporate accountability rules on April 25th, 2023.
Indonesia, already ASEAN’s largest economy, is likely to account for an increasing proportion of the region’s GDP over the coming decade as the resource-based economy industrialises, argues Adrian Ashurst, CEO of Worldbox Intelligence.
EU lawmakers in the JURI committee of the European Parliament are expected to vote on their position on the proposed corporate accountability rules on April 25th, but some key points still remain to be unlocked.