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Social Security Mess

Wading into a tangled multinational social security dispute, a European Court of Justice magistrate said Tuesday that Dutch companies who recruited, employed and paid Dutch truck drivers made available by a Cyprus-based fleet manager are the employers of the drivers for the purposes of social security – not the Cypriot business.

LUXEMBOURG – Wading into a tangled multinational social security dispute, a European Court of Justice magistrate said Tuesday that Dutch companies who recruited, employed and paid Dutch truck drivers made available by a Cyprus-based fleet manager are the employers of the drivers for the purposes of social security – not the Cypriot business.

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