The European Commission publishes its first follow-up report to the 2004 report on competition in professional services

"Professional services: scope for more reform"*1. Introduction and background The Commission’s work in the professional services sector continues with the publication of its first follow-up report to the 2004 Report ‘Competition in Professional Services’ [1]. The 2004 Report set out the Commission’s thinking on the scope for reform and modernisation of professional rules and regulations governing the operation of six professions selected for detailed study by the Commission. These were lawyers, notaries, engineers, architects, accountants (including the related profession of tax advisers) and pharmacists. It was supplemented by the Stocktaking Exercise on regulation of Professional Services in the ten new EU Member States, published in November 2004 [2]. The 2004 Report analysed in

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  • DG COMP (Brussels)
  • European Commission (Brussels)

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Jane Grady, Ruth Paserman, The European Commission publishes its first follow-up report to the 2004 report on competition in professional services, 9 February 2005, e-Competitions February 2005, Art. N° 36761

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