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China opening more doors with the Shanghai Free Trade Zone

The Shanghai Free Trade Zone (Shanghai FTZ) is currently the hottest topic for our China desk.

14 October 2014
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Crimea: the position today and predictions for the future

In response to the recent events in Ukraine, the European Union (“EU”) has imposed sanctions against a total of 70 Russian and Ukrainian individuals of political influence.

29 April 2014
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Update on the General Data Protection Regulation

An update on why the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is important.

24 April 2014
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Consumer rights directive - significant changes to consumer rights in the EU

By 13th June 2014 each Member State of the European Union is required to have legislation in place which gives effect to amendments required under the EU Consumer...

24 April 2014
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Barriers to entry - accessing the EU financial services market

Recent EU financial services legislation increasingly seeks to have extra-territorial effect, or at least to influence the global financial markets by dictating the conditions for access to the...

24 April 2014
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The Commission adopts revised Environmental and Energy Aid Guidelines

The European Commission adopted its revised Environmental and Energy Aid Guidelines yesterday, setting out the criteria that State aid must fulfill

10 April 2014
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European Commission calls for common approach to Internet governance

On 12 February, the European Commission issued a Communication which seeks to establish a common European approach to Internet governance.

04 April 2014
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EU Commission fines PE firm for anticompetitive conduct of portfolio company

The European Commission this week issued its decision in relation to a ten year cartel, which it said began in 1999 and involved 11 power cable producers.

Iranian Sanctions – What Next?

Recent talks have indicated that international sanctions against Iran may be relaxed in the coming months

23 January 2014
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