15 November 2018
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ITEM publishes Cross-border Impact Assessment for 2018

 

The ITEM Cross-border Impact Assessment 2018 has been published! With the Cross-border Impact Assessment, the Institute for Transnational and Euregional cross-border cooperation and Mobility / ITEM provides more insight into European and national legislative and policy initiatives. The report is intended as a valuable tool for policy makers at regional, national and European level when taking decisions on legislation and regulations with (additional) effects for border regions.

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