Turning to Brussels

Cunningham, Francine
April 1998
Public Finance;04/03/98, p12
Trade Publication
Focuses on the lobbying activities of the local government officials of Great Britain in Brussels, Belgium. Concerns of the local government officials in the European Union (EU); Influence of the local officials to decision makers in EU; Estimated number of local officials officers in Brussels.


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