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14.03.2013

The employers representing European industry (CEEMET, ECEG, EURATEX) together with their counterpart trade union (industriAll European Trade Union) have adopted a joint statement ahead of the European Summit on 14 & 15 March 2013.

EU interference in wage setting lacks legal basis, ignores social partners’ autonomy and is opposite of what industry needs to bring Europe out of the crisis: The employers representing European industry (CEEMET, ECEG, EURATEX) together with their counterpart trade union (industriAll European Trade Union) have adopted a joint statement ahead of the European Summit on 14 & 15 March 2013.  Employers and trade unions representing the European industry invited the Council and the Commission to refrain from interventions in matters related to national wage setting mechanisms, something that would risk ignoring social partners’ autonomy and would put the competitiveness of manufacturing and the balance of wage setting between trade unions/workers and employers into peril. The statement was sent to the Council, Commission, EP, BUSINESSEUROPE, ETUC, some European trade associations and the media.

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