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ECB welcomes Payment Services Directive

The European Central Bank said Tuesday 24 April it regards the adoption of the PSD by the European Parliament as a decisive step towards the realisation of the SEPA.

Joint statement by the European Central Bank and the European Commission welcoming the European Parliament's adoption of the Payment Services Directive

The European Parliament adopted the proposal for the Payment Services Directive (PSD) for which the ECOFIN Council had already agreed a general approach at its meeting on 27 March 2007

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