July 1987
Accountancy;Jul1987, Vol. 100 Issue 1127, p37
Trade Publication
Reports that opposition led by the British Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) has resulted in the discontinuation of a proposed European Community directive concerning new issues of securities within the community. Provision of the proposed Prospectus Directive; Concern expressed by the Stock Exchange over another proposed directive concerning company listing requirements.


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