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What did we learn from the BSE crisis? Remember how the European Commission was criticised for letting market concerns take precedence over public health protection? With the ongoing reshuffling of the Commission portfolios by President-elect Juncker, some major units for EU public health protection, such as ‘Health Technology and Cosmetics’, ‘Medicinal Products – Authorisations, European… » read more

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By Catherine Brölmann and Thomas Vandamme By a narrow margin, the 300-year-old union between Scotland and the rest of the United Kingdom survived the referendum held on 18 September 2014. British – and Scottish – membership in the EU has been one of the prominent factors in the political debate, which has addressed issues like… » read more

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Amsterdam, 14 November 2014 This year marks the tenth anniversary of the new enforcement system of EU competition law, which was introduced by Regulation 1/2003. Ten years of functioning of the Regulation calls for reflection and evaluation. The Amsterdam Centre for European Law and Governance (ACELG) has the pleasure of inviting you to its Fourth… » read more

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