Agglomeration, Integration and Tax Harmonisation
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Meanwhile EMEA has also released answers supplied to the ICH within debates on important regulatory harmonisation
questions, for instance on common technical documents for the registration of pharmaceuticals for human use--see http://www.emea.europa.eu/pdfs/human/ich/082003en.pdf
"It is on the back of our members' hard work that the top bosses have awarded themselves huge bonuses, yet they are telling us they can't afford real harmonisation
Miranda also wants much greater policy harmonisation
rather than differing member state policies on the environment, renewables, combined heat and power (CHP), taxation and CO2 emissions allocations.
There are also examples of harmonisation
that will not work in economic terms.
will make consolidation of accounts easier for global groups and enable more meaningful and comparative analysis.
What was needed was an effective economic reform strategy and a categorical end to tax harmonisation
Streit has recently observed, "Almost throughout the whole process of European integration, harmonisation
of national laws and regulations was considered a matter of course." There existed "a widespread prejudice ...
Obiechina said in the statement that 'at last, the division that has engulfed the party in the state for some time now has become a thing of the past following the peaceful harmonisation
of all interest groups in the state.
The Attorney-General's Chambers (AGC) has set up a Syariah and Harmonisation
of Law Division to address issues relating to Islam and syariah laws that arise at the federal and international levels.
Apart from Luxembourg and Lithuania, the member states subscribe to the principle defended by Commissioner Viviane Reding (justice, fundamental rights and citizenship) of total but targeted harmonisation
of consumers' rights.