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Lord Hill: European Parliament does back CMU

Friday, April 17, 2015 - 01:41

April 17 - European Commissioner Lord Hill tells Reuters that the response from the European Parliament to capital markets union has so far been supportive. But he recognizes it’s still early stages.

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What do you mentioned it you have to pull him across all 28 member states. I wonder if you could give his that he souls in terms of characterizing the level of support in response so far. From the European Parliament to the capital markets union project. Off to a loss policy European Parliament still retain a residual. Suspicion shall we say capital markets. Actually lead. Response I've had from the European Parliament. The government union has been. Face post. Presented is a couple of times to the biggest. Committee they've become committee that's responsible vision across party briefings actually there was. Support we've. Some varying degrees of warmth but I I would characterize it overrule as being supported. I went earlier this week in presents it to another bit to commit tee where can I think it's hands as good response. I went toe to buys it two day parliamentary committee than the stock in been. Wang again I think that was a good response that. And I'm Milt. Completely naive from the point of view the thought I recognized this is. And any stage. And personally I think it's quite difficult talking with the proposition. But it was quite good to encourage more investment into the U. And that might be good for small businesses and medium sized businesses wanting to greater there because for great jobs and I think that is a kind of an article proposition so maybe it's not. Altogether surprising say follow people say yes I think that sounds like quite a good idea.

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Lord Hill: European Parliament does back CMU

Friday, April 17, 2015 - 01:41