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McCreevy condemns drift towards protectionism in Europe

McCreevy condemns drift towards protectionism in Europe

by Rick Turoczy on March 9, 2006

In a recent address to the London School of Economics, European Commissioner for Internal Market and Services Charlie McCreevy touched on the impact of Sarbanes-Oxley worldwide, stating, “And the same has to apply to new rules. We talk a lot about better regulation, about impact assessments. A standard part of these assessments should be to look at the international repercussions of our rules. It is guess work, but surely if the US Sarbanes-Oxley Act had not been drawn up in a couple of months in closed and smoke filled rooms on Capitol Hill, but instead the views of stakeholders outside the US had also been taken into account in an open and inclusive consultation process, both the US and its trading partners would have benefited from it.”

McCreevy condemns drift towards protectionism in Europe

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