EU appears to have rediscovered ambition in crafting EU institutions and programmes for fighting commercial crime.

BY KEITH NUTHALL



AS the troubles of the Euro cast doubts over the viability of key European Union's (EU) economic policies, the EU appears to have rediscovered ambition in crafting EU institutions and programmes for fighting commercial crime. Keith Nuthall reports.



THE DIRECTLY elected parliamentarians of the EU, members of the European Parliament, have decided to take on the biggest commercial crime problem there is - the world's various mafia. Establishing an inquisitorial 'anti-mafia committee', the parliament ...


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