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This agreement provides for a controlled and intensified exchange of information between the supervisory authorities of the EEA Member States, consider the exchange of information relating to gaming markets, gaming suppliers, licensees, research supervision, consumer protection, prevention of gambling-related fraud, money laundering and match fixing, and reduce unnecessary administrative burdens. The agreement was establishment led by the European Commission, after finding by the member states that they need to work more closely together to address cross-border aspects of gambling.

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EL Congress 2015 in Oslo, Norway "Touch Tomorrow" Photo Collage

EL Congress 2015 - DAY 2 - PHOTOS in Oslo, Norway "Touch Tomorrow" Photo Collage


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