Illegal advantageous tax treatments for Fiat and Starbucks: Commission fines are right but too low

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Following in-depth investigations, which were launched in June 2014, the European Commission has decided today that selective tax advantages (tax rulings) for Fiat in Luxembourg and Starbucks in the Netherlands are illegal under EU state aid rules. As... Read more

[email protected]: Public sector workers need more support to manage migration

Yesterday, CESI hosted a further edition of its lunchtime panel debate series ‘[email protected]’. This time professionals and experts discussed how to meet the challenges that public authorities and their staff face in the reception and integration of migrants,... Read more

Trade Council ‘Local & Regional Administration’ discusses migration and violence at work

Today, CESI's Trade Council ‘Local and Regional Administration’ - CESI's internal forum of debate and deliberation for local and regional administration affairs - met in Brussels. At the centre of the debate was the adoption of a position... Read more

CESI Trade Council ‘Health’: A further fair mobility agreement for healthcare workers

Today, CESI's Trade Council 'Health' - CESI's internal forum of debate and deliberation for EU health policy - convened for its annual meeting in Brussels. Next to policy discussions on a variety of health-related topics, a new agreement... Read more

CESI meets with Parliament employment committee chair Thomas Händel

Today, CESI General secretary Klaus Heeger met for an exchange of views with the chair of the European Parliament's Committee on Employment and Social Affairs, MEP Thomas Händel (GUE/NGL). Following Mr Händel's absence from Brussels during... Read more