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    EU Ombudsman confirms Commission’s practice of refusing “interested parties” access to State aid files

    It is acceptable for the European Commission to withhold information on State aid decisions from ‘interested parties’ Anne Friel comments.

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    EU tensions mount over nature law delay

    The European Commission has failed to publish its findings following an in-depth review of EU nature laws by its consultants.

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    Belgian region halts EU-Canada trade deal

    The Belgian region of Wallonia has rejected the controversial EU-Canada trade and investment deal known as CETA.

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    European Environmental Law Observatory News – September 2016

    This issue of the European Environemtnal Law Observatory Newsletter covers materials published between July and September 2016.

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