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Abstract

Agency for the Cooperation of Energy Regulators Launched in 2011 to assist and coordinate the work of national regulatory authorities, ensuring the proper functioning of the single European market in gas and electricity.

Keywords

Member State Agency Establish European Banking Authority European Security National Regulatory Authority 
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