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brukar säga engelska The potential effect of this new development was the topic of a seminar held on Tuesday 16 October titled “What impact of the Social Pillar on EU prosperity?” Following the presentation of the åldersgräns dricka alkohol sverige “The European Social Pillar: A Threat to Welfare and Prosperity? by Professor Nils Karlson (Ratio Institute)”, a lively panel discussion was held by MEP Fredrick Federley (ALDE), and Jeroen Jutte, Head of the unit Employment and social governance at DG EMPL, with Dr. Gabriella Sebardt, Director Social Affairs at the Confederation Swedish Enterprise, acting as moderator. The event was hosted by the latter organisation in collaboration with the Society for Politics and Business (Sällskapet för Näringsliv och Politik – SPN).

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