Corporate Lobbying - Trade Regulation
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What effect will these measures have on societies within member states? Is austerity really the best way out of the crisis? Putting Brussels' lobbyists on the map. Skip to main content Putting Brussels' lobbyists on the map September 21st 2011 The power of lobbies Our unique new guide to the hidden world of corporate lobbying in Brussels is now available, highlighting the players, the locations, and the tactics used by big business to influence decision making in the European Union.
The new edition of the Lobby Planet to Brussels’ EU quarter features a guide to some of the biggest lobby players operating in Brussels, as well as three thematic tours, highlighting the carbon lobby, the finance lobby and the agribusiness lobby. The guide also features a specially-commissioned cartoon of Brussels’ lobbyists at work, and full colour maps to guide you through the streets and squares of the EU quarter. Letting the market play - new report on carbon trading. Skip to main content Letting the market play - new report on carbon trading October 10th 2011 Finance sector lobbyists are pushing the European Commission to block tighter regulation of the EU’s carbon market, a new report from Corporate Europe Observatory and Carbon Trade Watch, published today, reveals.
The Commission is currently reviewing regulation of the market following a number of fraud cases and leaked documents suggest that it will include carbon trading under the revised Market in Financial Instruments Directive. According to Letting the market play, lobbyists from the International Emissions Trading Association – the main body representing carbon traders - and BusinessEurope have sought to minimise new regulations, with BusinessEurope claiming “no further regulation” is needed. Graham Readfearn | Lobby Planet report shows Brussels spinning with corporate influence.