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Strategic agendas and codes of conduct
Scott James

/industry/labour, carve up responsibility for the economic aspects of integration between them, providing an unrivalled capacity to intervene across a whole swathe of EU policy. As a result by 1997 finance departments were responsible for servicing several of the most important sectoral councils and committees in Brussels – such as the Economic and Financial Affairs Council (ECOFIN), the Eurogroup (Ireland only), the Economic Policy Committee and the Economic and Financial Committee – together with a myriad of working groups on financial regulation and taxation policy

in Managing Europe from home