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One year on from cash-for-influence

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A report from Romanian TV, one year on from the European Parliament cash-for-influence scandal, in English and Romanian.

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Televiziunea Romana
 

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New research published today by ALTER-EU shows that too many major lobby organisations, including financial lobbyists the City of London Corporation and Credit Suisse; major corporations such as Electrabel, Anglo American and General Motors; law firms such as Covington & Burling and Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer; and lobby consultancies, are not listed in the lobby transparency register despite being active in EU lobbying.
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