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policy and regulation

Page history last edited by Brian D Butler 12 years, 4 months ago



page moved...see financial system regulation 




European Union and regulation leadership


One trend that is interesting is that the European Union has taken a lead in global regulations.  It has become common for deals and acquisitions to be approved in the US, only to be held up in Europe.  Also, the European Union has become the global standard setter for many aspects of business.


see:  European Union and global regulations



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