Properly implemented, the social charter′s principles will provide for both social justice and enhanced competition in the new European market. The principle of “subsidiarity” states that the EC should involve itself only in matters most appropriate for its intervention. The article discusses the debate over implementation from the trade unions′ point of view and of the balance between rights and competitiveness.
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