European leaders debate on COVID-19 vaccine passports

European leaders debate on COVID-19 vaccine passports

European leaders are up to debate on the issue of vaccine passports and status apps, after the calls for European Commision to create common measure to allow travel and holiday trips.
EU launches two antitrust investigations into Apple Pay, App Store

EU launches two antitrust investigations into Apple Pay, App Store

The European Commission has opened formal antitrust investigations to assess whether Apple's rules for app developers on the distribution of apps via the App Store violate EU competition rules. The investigations concern in particular the mandatory use of Apple's own proprietary in-app purchase system and restrictions on the ability of developers to inform iPhone and iPad users of alternative cheaper purchasing possibilities outside of apps.
EC’s inspection team to return to Vietnam in 2020

EC’s inspection team to return to Vietnam in 2020

The EC’s inspection team will return to Vietnam to check on progress in the next six months. The country must submit a comprehensive report on the results of the recommendation implementation by May 15 next year.
EC acknowledges Vietnam’s efforts in preventing illegal fishing

EC acknowledges Vietnam’s efforts in preventing illegal fishing

Through frank discussions, members of the European Commission's delegation were impressed with the progress Vietnam has made in implementing the EC’s recommendations.
Lifting “yellow card”: Vietnam meets EC’s requirements

Lifting “yellow card”: Vietnam meets EC’s requirements

Vietnam has implemented many solutions according to the European Commission (EC)’s nine recommendations to remove the yellow card warning on the country’s fishing industry, said Nguyen Quang Hung, deputy director of the Directorate of Fisheries under the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development.
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