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Seven governments refuse to implement EU's 'bureaucratic' inland waterways law
Europe's inland waterway crews 'paid as little as Euro 4.50 an hour'
Barge operators call for exclusion from EU posting of workers legislation after shower of paperwork in France, Austria
Germany to clear second world war bombs to allow Wesel port expansion
Inland waterways: Brussels law-makers debate Union certificates, mutual recognition, frequency of medical fitness checks
Brussels believes introduction of 'River Speak' would improve safety, worker mobility on inland waterways
New EU/ CCNR inland waterway committee to adopt LNG propulsion standards
Brussels to subsidise port box transhipment by up to Euro 1.5 million
Will shortsea traffic from the Baltic Sea to Spain be hit by subsidised Lübeck railfreight route?
Emissions: barge-owner lobbying seen likely to amend non-road mobile machinery law
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