SEC(2008)571 - Abrogation of Decision 2005/185/EC on the existence of an excessive deficit in the Czech Republic - EU monitor

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Abrogation of Decision 2005/185/EC on the existence of an excessive deficit in the Czech Republic

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This Recommendation i is drafted by the European Commission (EC) i en the Directorate-General Economic and Financial Affairs (ECFIN) i of the European Commission and published on May 7, 2008.

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official title

Recommendation for a Council Decision abrogating Decision 2005/185/EC on the existence of an excessive deficit in the Czech Republic
 
Legal instrument Recommendation
reference by COM-number i SEC(2008)571 EN
Additional COM-numbers SEC(2008)571
CELEX number i 52008SC0571

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Document 07-05-2008
Online publication 07-05-2008
Decision 03-06-2008; Besluit 2008/563

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