UNICE


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UNICEUniversité de Nice-Sophia Antipolis (France)
UNICEUnion of Industrial and Employer's Confederations of Europe
UNICEUniversal Network of Intelligent Conscious Entities
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concluded by UNICE, CEEP, and the ETUC); Council Directive 98/23/EC,
UNICE supports the use of "framework Directives, setting the general principles for harmonization but leaving the final choice for implementation to Member States.
44) EC, Council Directive 97/81/EC of 15 December 1997 concerning the Framework Agreement on part-time work concluded by UNICE, CEEP and the ETUC, [1998] O.
Regarding the many considerations and definitions left unclear in the paper, UNICE is also calling for further explanation, particularly in a few key areas:
This is why I welcome the idea of cooperative approach to governance, or co-regulation, put forward by the UNICE.
4 trillion yen, while imports stagnated at the previous year's level at just under 40 trillion yen by value," the UNICE report said.
All of the main European trade union centers are affiliated with the European Trade Union Confederation; UNICE is the equivalent employers' body.
Prior to his position at UNICE, van Lede served as president and chief executive officer of Koninklijke Nederhorst Bouw, B.
But Earnest-Antoine Seilliere, leader of French employers' organisation UNICE, said he would be speaking in English "because that is the accepted business language of Europe today".
It pays off" (Philippe de Buck, Secretary-General of UNICE, 'The Voice of business in Europe').
The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), Eurocommerce and EU business organisation UNICE have called on the European Parliament to substantially amend the directive.
As it turns out, the broadsides from Europe's accounting profession and similar highly critical responses from several associations of European industry, in particular UNICE, the Union of Industrial and Employers' Confederations of Europe, had some impact.