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The Greek EU Presidency can breathe a sigh of relief: on 5 March, the Committee of Permanent Representatives (Coreper) approved a compromise on the directive on the posting of workers. Most member states - 25 out of 28 - were on board and backed the new provisions to provide a framework for situations where a worker is temporarily posted to another member state outside their usual workplace to provide an established service (according to our information not confirmed by the Greek Presidency, Hungary, Latvia and Estonia voted against). These countries were convinced by the new wording of Article 9, which introduces an open list of...

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