European commissioner to propose company law that would facilitate and simplify cross-border business, and promote the use of digital technologies.
The European commissioner for justice has told a corporate governance conference in Tallin that she expects to table proposals for a company law initiative, which would facilitate cross-border business and promote digital processes and tools for companies doing business in other EU member states.
“To fully use the opportunities the single market could offer, companies need to be able to merge smoothly, divide or move across borders,” European commissioner Věra Jourová told the 21st European Company Law and Corporate Governance Conference in Tallin, Estonia on Monday.
She added that the EU needs to examine whether its rules on cros
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