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What Can We Expect From the Dutch EU Presidency?

25th January 2016

To prepare you for what promises to be a lively and testing first half of 2016, our Grayling Brussels team has prepared a guide to the Dutch EU Presidency.

The Dutch are well-respected in EU circles and will be effective at pooling their rather limited resources to ensure the Presidency is a success.

That said, a number of the key issues affecting Europe today - the Euro crisis, migration, and the threat of "Brexit" - fall outside their Presidency powers.

Click here to get a full picture of what the next six months have to offer.

Robert Francis

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