Issue 423 | 16 November 2015

Written by The Parliament Magazine on 18 November 2015 in Magazines

Jonathan Hill interview, Antimicrobial Resistance, EU Robotics Week, DG Connect's Roberto Viola on the Internet of Things, 5Qs with Guy Verhofstadt, ending bullfighting subsidies and more...

Commissioner Jonathan Hill explains why his plans for the capital market union and financial regulation can help Europe recover from the current economic crisis.

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