Almost the entire Executive Board represented the ECEC on 18 May 2016 at the European Commission’s Single Market Forum on „Reforming regulation of professions: results of the mutual evaluation and way forward“. Commissioner...19.05.2016
On 18 May 2016, the European Commission issued the country-specific recommendations for 2016: http://ec.europa.eu/europe2020/making-it-happen/country-specific-recommendations/index_en.htm In 12 member states a reform of...19.05.2016
On 2 May 2016, the European Commission published a public consultation on the proposal to introduce a services passport and address regulatory barriers in the construction and business services sectors, and on possible action to...19.05.2016
For the European Institutions, liberalisation and deregulation of the liberal professions seem to be the solution for generating more economic growth.
Is that true?
What do they stand for and what are the benefits for clients and consumers to work with them?
Currently over 300.000 European Chartered Engineers benefit from the membership of their national organisations in the ECEC.