The Chancellor, George Osborne, is taking legal action against the EU over plans to give a pan-European superviser far-reaching powers to ban or limit the short-selling of financial products, the Financial Times reports.
Osborne believes the proposed mandate for the European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) would represent an over-reaching of its powers and could harm British economic interests. The suit, filed...
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