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Business Roadshow Tunisia is a three day cross-border innovative business event offering a unique concentration of SMEs and international groups, start-ups, entrepreneurs & diaspora talents, innovation clusters and investors representing following sectors: green tech, agri-food, renewable and conventional energy, environment, urban services, ICT, creative industries and tourism.

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Have you ever paid your supplier abroad and he delivered a faulty product? Don't worry, there is a cheap way to claim your money back. The European Commission has proposed to strengthen the position of consumers and businesses in low-value cross-border disputes. Since 2007, the EU has a procedure to resolve small civil and commercial disputes in a hassle-free way:

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 The Malta-EU Steering and Action Committee (MEUSAC) will be organising a consultation session on the ‘Proposal for a Regulation on official controls and other official activities performed to ensure the application of food and feed law, rules on animal health and welfare, plant health, plant reproductive material, plant protection products'.

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 We are pleased to inform you that MCST will be organizing two info sessions on COST, Co-operation in Science and Technology www.cost.eu and the new €70.2 billion Research and Innovation Programme - Horizon 2020.

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The Member States rejected the mandate for the trialogue negotiations with the European Parliament and the European Commission on the product safety package. The Member States could not find a compromise on how to deal with mandatory origin labelling. The Lithuanian Presidency will continue to find a compromise ahead of the Competitiveness Council on 2 and 3 December. If no compromise is found, it is likely that the Product Safety Package will not be adopted before the European Parliament elections next year.

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