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The European Commission says that the Prospectus Directive will be key to achieving its aim of creating a single European financial services market, making it is easier and cheaper for companies to raise finance on a pan-European basis. The new rules, expected to be published in November this year and implemented in May 2005, are intended to create a ‘single passport’ for companies making a public offer in the European Union (EU), or seeking admission to trading on a European stock exchange. But will they succeed where previous initiatives have failed?

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