Esimerkkejä "to become flexible"-ilmaisun käytöstä suomeksi
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EnglishMore funding should be allocated to the ESF and it should become more flexible.
EnglishIt must become more flexible and more responsible to labour market conditions.
EnglishThe report draws the only possible conclusion - we must become more flexible.
EnglishReform is essential if management of the European Commission is to become more flexible.
EnglishThe Commission is accommodating the wish of companies to become more flexible in a unilateral manner.
EnglishFor example, the 2007-2013 regulations can become more flexible.
EnglishThe ENP should become more flexible, proactive and optimised.
EnglishIf the Pact is to become more flexible, this should be done on the basis of objective and general criteria.
EnglishIt also refers specifically to the need for effective control over the cohesion policy to make it become more flexible.
EnglishAs a result, the budget could become less flexible and implementation of certain operational programmes could be restricted.
English(SK) Mr Chairman, since criminal activity is increasing continuously and the threat of terrorism is growing, Europol needs to become more flexible.
EnglishPreparedness plans should become sufficiently autonomous and flexible to be adapted as swiftly as possible to the actual risks.
EnglishHowever, at the same time, the EU must become more flexible and speed up the mechanisms for developing trade relations with partner countries.
EnglishIn view of the increasingly complex economic and social situation, they must become more flexible and be used more flexibly for Germany too.
EnglishAccording to this line of thinking, everything should come down in price and should become flexible, so that price-based competition has a less detrimental effect on trains.
EnglishThe age of liberalism is drawing to an end, and therefore the Commission needs to become more flexible on the matter of state aid, and not just towards the banks.
EnglishIt should be noted that with this Agreement's entry into force product approval and licensing procedures will become more flexible, shorter and cheaper.
English- firstly, we need to help small and medium-sized enterprises established there to become more flexible and to respond better to consumer demands and
EnglishTo deliver it, the Commission considers that Community legislation must become more efficient and flexible in order to respond rapidly to developments in financial markets.
EnglishThe relationship between the Commission and the national bureaux appears to have become considerably more flexible, and the administrative procedures have been simplified in places.