Slovenia Lagging Behind in Transposition of Internal Market Directives
Brussels, 8 October - While EU member states managed in the last six months a substantial improvement in the timely transposition of internal market directives into national legislation, Slovenia is among the eleven EU member states who are still lagging behind the goals set, a report published by the European Commission on Monday shows.
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