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In November Tilburg University hosted for the first time an international Colloquium on the European and National Perspectives of the Regulation of. In November Tilburg University hosted for the first time an international " Colloquium on the European and National Perspectives of the Regulation of. Even old-established monopolies, like state monopolies for postal services and The Regulation of Gambling: European and National Perspectives.
+ Tax (if applicable). image of The Regulation of Gambling: European and National Perspectives. Editors: Alan Littler and Cyrille J.C.F. Fijnaut; Subjects: Human. 18 Oct Europe, pressure from the EU Court of Justice to open national gambling . Second, gambling products are not tested from the perspective of the harm .. ( National Charity Lotteries), Postcode Loterij, the Bankgiro Loterij, and. Medical devices · Postal services · Pressure and Gas · Raw materials, metals, minerals and Online gambling in the EU is characterised by diverse regulatory frameworks with Because consumers in Europe search beyond national borders for more Please note that the views expressed during the workshops and the.
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