probably justify such an exclusion with the argument of misselling. Banks should never have sold their subordinated bonds to retail customers because they were too risky. Interestingly, the European directive [...] 97/9/EC) does not provide for compensation for misselling. Since 2010, several attempts of the European commission to expand the scope of protection of the directive failed due to the resistance of the
Sigmar Gabriel to vote in favour of the agreement when it comes to the ballot in the Council of the European Union (probably on 18 October 2016). The Court however requires the Federal Government to ensure [...] application will only include areas of CETA which indisputably fall within the competence of the European Union, - that, until a decision has been passed by the Federal Constitutional Court in the main [...] to the rights of the applicants or to the German Bundestag's participation rights, such as would justify an interim injunction as part of an impact assessment.
Limiting the maximum repayment amount to Euro 100,000 is counterproductive and cannot be justified by the stability of the financial market. The obligation to mutually grant loans between DGS has a de [...] deposit guarantee schemes are reasonable but can be equally prescribed at national level, instead of European level. Although this is not true for EU-wide maximum coverage levels and mutual loans, they are
The strategy „Europe 2020“ constitutes the beginning of a European economic governance with sharp interventionist traits in terms of industrial policy interests. For four out of five key targets however [...] educational policy and the fight against poverty – concerted action at EU level is not at all justified, as it does not generate any added value compared to national solutions and even might restrict