The European governments in the EU have reached consensus on adopting some preliminary rules for transparency in oil and gas companies. The rules are similar to those the U.S. imposed upon its companies last year involving data on payments to foreign governments.
BY LOUISE VOGDRUP-SCHMIDT Published 10.04.13 at 16:51
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