By Huw Jones BRUSSELS, Jan 24 (Reuters) - Easing a requirement to report some statistics will help the European Union cut the burden of red tape on business by 1.3 billion euros ($1.7 billion) a year, the bloc's executive arm said on Wednesday. The move is part of Brussels' flagship "better regulation" policy to help dispel the image among some states and companies that the European Commission is a bureaucracy out of control. EU Commission Vice President Guenter Verheugen outlined 13 ...
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