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THE JOURNAL OF International Economic Law (JIEL) held a symposium in February on “Regulating European Markets: Transnational Perspectives on Current Market Abuse Initiatives.” Authorities on international business participated in a roundtable discussion. They included: Visiting Professor Sean J. Griffith; Felicia Kung of the SEC; Andrea Corcoran, director of the Office of International Affairs of the Commodities Futures Trading Commission; and Crispin Waymouth, Internal Market Directorate General for the European Commission.
 
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