MEP bids to hold back Euro tide

Henshall, Angela
May 2004
Money Marketing;5/27/2004, p18
Reports on the comments of Member of the European Parliament (MEP) Theresa Villiers regarding the effect of European Union directives on the financial services industry in Great Britain. Importance of electing effective MEP in raising the profile of British concerns in the European Parliament; Concern over the increasing cost of European Union regulation.


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