Commission Backs Off From E.U.-Wide Gambling Rules
Commissioner Charlie McCreevy, the E.U.’s internal market and services chief, told the European Parliament at a Wednesday hearing that common E.U. rules did not stand a chance before the 25 member states.
The member states rely on their state-controlled lotteries to raise money for treasuries and would likely veto any attempt to open up the industry...
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