EU's Services Law Gets Green Light

The European Parliament approves a controversial law to liberalize the services sector, the original version of which led to protests across the Continent

The controversial EU law aiming to liberalise the bloc's services sector has been given final approval by the European Parliament in the EU's last legal step before it enters into force, with member states now having three years to implement what originally sparked fury as the "Frankenstein directive."

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