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ECORYS Research and Consulting

ECORYS is a leading international group of research and consulting companies specialising in economic and social development. More than 500 highly qualified in-house experts work from our head office in Rotterdam and from fourteen other permanent offices across eight countries to serve public, private and not-for-profit clients worldwide.

ECORYS in the Netherlands currently employs some 250 professionals spread over 4 competence centres.


Europe’s roads are still over cluttered with road signs: causing confusion among drivers

EuroTest’s latest survey reveals that 61% of the drivers surveyed consider the presence of too many signs as well as misplaced signs to be the main reasons why European drivers get lost when driving in unknown environments and areas.

EUROCIETT welcomes the adoption of the agency work directive by the European Parliament

This new EU regulatory framework will allow for the sound development of the industry and improve the recognition of the temporary agency work’s contribution
to a better functioning labour market  

Brussels, 22nd October 2008: Following today’s vote on the Agency Work Directive by the European Parliament, Eurociett welcomes the adoption of this new piece of EU regulation which was blocked for many years. Eurociett especially welcomes the fact that the text passed by MEPs is broadly in line with the Joint Declaration1

EEA - European Environment Agency

The European Environment Agency (EEA) is an agency of the European Union. Our task is to provide sound, independent information on the environment. We are a major information source for those involved in developing, adopting, implementing and evaluating environmental policy, and also the general public. Currently, the EEA has 32 member countries.

25 October 2008: We met today in Venice to discuss the prospect for our industry and to seek shared solutions that can ensure necessary investments are made while ensuring sound competition.
Information and communication technologies (ICT) are key drivers of  economic growth. The growth potential of our industry goes far beyond its immediate borders. It boosts productivity and employment in all sectors. ICT contributes to about 40 percent of productivity growth and, in the European Union, is responsible for one quarter of economic growth.

EASA - European Aviation Safety Agency

EASA is the European Aviation Safety Agency.

EBRD - European Bank for Reconstruction and Development

ETNO members call on EU policy makers for a strategy to reassure investors in telecoms sector

2008 General Assembly of European Telecoms Operators’ Association

ETNO members call on EU policy makers for a strategy to reassure investors in telecoms sector

MEPs agree common charge system for EU airports

MEPs agree common charge system for EU airports

Common principles for levying charges at Community airports are set out in a second-reading report adopted by the European Parliament on a directive to prevent individual airports abusing a dominant position on the market. MEPs want the rules to apply to airports with an annual throughput of over five million passengers per year, whereas the Commission had proposed one million.

Safeguarding consumer interests  


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