Watchdog Criticizes German Minimum Wage and Green Energy Legislation

April 17, 2014 by  
Filed under Green Energy News

BERLIN—Two flagship economic projects of the German government may be headed back to the drawing board, after a cost-control watchdog determined the legislation was flawed.

The National Regulatory Control Council, set up in 2006 to assess the cost and bureaucratic overheads of all new legislation, said on Thursday that bills establishing a universal minimum wage and reforming green-energy law didn’t include required impact assessments…

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