2005 was an eventful year for the automotive industry, with a number of new directives introduced by the European Commission impacting on trade regulations and companies' environmental responsibilities. Neil Baylis rounds up a year of change
To recount all the European Union (EU) legal developments in 2005 would merit a book, but taking a perspective from one particular industry (in this case the automotive industry) allows for a more manageable insight into recent regulatory and compliance issues deriving from Brussels.
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