Eucomed: adoption of revised Late Payments Directive spells good news for SMEs
This article was originally published in Clinica
The EU Late Payments Directive is one step closer to reality, having just been adopted by the European Parliament. The text will now be approved by the European Council in the coming weeks, after which there will be a two-year transition period for member states to transpose the Directive into national law.
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