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EU Battery Alliance: Establishing European battery manufacturing

One year on from the launch of the European Battery Alliance (EBA), the Commission Action Plan is in place, the first pilot production facilities are being built and further projects are announced to establish the EU as the lead player in the strategic area of battery innovation and manufacturing. atteries will be as

EU Fish labeling for Consumers

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he labeling of seafood is governed under general EU consumer protection policy and complemented by additional provisions under the EU common fisheries policy. Rules for mandatory and voluntary information of fishery and aquaculture products vary depending on their nature, their level of processing and their presentation or packaging for sale. Since

Montenegrin National brand logo unveiled

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inistry of Economy of Montenegro presented the logo of National brand of Montenegro. Ideal solution is modern, but is based on traditional Montenegrin coat-of-arms. National brand of Montenegro - logo note: Montenegro is stylized as monte negro. National brand is not the same as Tourism Brand The Designer is Vladimir Kovac, the architect.

Energy Efficiency Labeling Framework

n 2015 the Commission proposed a new regulation on energy efficiency labeling as part of its summer energy package. The new regulation would contribute towards meeting the EU target of improving energy efficiency by 27% by 2030.  The proposed regulation seeks to restore the A-G scale for energy labeling; create

CoR: Seal of Excellence

he Commission launched a new initiative to ensure that taxpayer money is spent efficiently by improving the synergies between EU funding for regional policy and for research. The new "Seal of Excellence" scheme will allow regions to recognise the quality label awarded to promising project proposals submitted under Horizon 2020,

EP: Mandatory “made-in” labeling

"Made-in" labeling should be made mandatory for non-food products sold on the single market, Parliament said in vote on plans to tighten up product safety requirements and market surveillance rules so as to strengthen consumer protection in the EU. Parliament also wants tougher penalties for firms selling non-compliant or potentially