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  • EU capitals ponder single-telecom-market bill http://t.co/krlSphlNUD #EU #Telecoms

  • EU seeks external advice on communications business models http://t.co/DdSTcQI9qm #EU #telecoms #spectrum

  • EU Commission suggests boosting energy efficiency 30 percent by 2030 http://t.co/JnVqdtY3yE #energy

  • Time for green taxation to get new EU attention http://t.co/rnh0DC6z4P #EU #taxation

  • UK government blocks industry from new free pensions-advice regime http://t.co/34PHVBDHIh #finance #regulation

  • ESMA advisory panel faces new scrutiny after corporate group complains http://t.co/kotyyf93Q7 #ESMA #finance

  • Commerce finds steel product from Germany, Japan, Poland dumped on US http://t.co/g4qg1t7Pt7 #Germany #Trade

  • EU poised to extend pricing tariffs on Chinese glass-fiber fabrics http://t.co/153YqFm8HR #China #EU #trade

  • EU to drop dumping duties on Chinese powdered carbon http://t.co/gmspWQrcNq #EU #Carbon #China

  • Industry sees changes in market as Commerce probes solar panel imports http://t.co/utLDxi6wMY #Industry #Commerce

  • Libor cases to move forward despite Supreme Court appeal, judge says http://t.co/qjW3QEmCvp #Libor #antitrust

  • Barcode settlement shows widespread acceptance of Section 5 in 'invitation to collude' cases http://t.co/0P34VDbx3X #antitrust

  • EBA announces overhaul of remuneration-benchmarking guidelines http://t.co/KEX0jQykpO #EBA #regulation

  • Global authorities to try linking LEI derivatives tags to traders' parents http://t.co/UDPFTLi6fs #derivatives #finance

  • UK banking probe — more constant pressure than real threat? http://t.co/pnaa2M4xdM #Banks #antitrust

  • RT @John_Rega: Happy 5th MLexiversary to me! Started work on MLex FS this day in 2009. Celebrating on holiday, ironically @MLexclusive

  • UK government blocks industry from new free pensions-advice regime http://t.co/34PHVBDHIh #finance #pensions

  • EU Commission stands by emissions trading as Australia repeals carbon tax http://t.co/0Abybte6j7 #energy #emissions

  • UK CMA assures lawmakers it has the right tools to ensure banking competition http://t.co/3d8DGTzDYy #CMA #antitrust #banks

  • Energy-security measures could clash with EU competition law, experts say http://t.co/0D3t45BBQn #EU #energy #antitrust

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MLex is a global news organization that specializes in predictive analysis of regulatory risk. Our expert journalists in LondonNew York, Washington D.C., San Francisco and Brussels track material changes in laws that affect business, commerce and trade. By breaking news and dissecting trends, we help companies and their advisers to anticipate critical regulatory decisions and events.

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