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High-Level Group on Business Services

last modified Feb 03, 2015 01:08 PM

Andy Neely was the rapporteur for the High Level Group on Business Services which helps to define a European policy agenda for this sector. He wrote a report published this month by the European Commission with recommended actions along several lines – prioritising business services in the Europe 2020 strategy, completing the Single Market for services, seizing the international opportunities and developing the skills and infrastructure needed by European companies. The recommendations are issued to the Commission, member states and industry.

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