The incoming presidency of the EU as of 1 July, Cyprus, is getting ready to take over from Denmark in keeping the pace of reform in smart regulation. Delegates from all but two member states attended a Better Regulation event in the ministry of finance at Nicosia on 2 April where the prospects of the future presidency were drawn up. The director of economic studies and european affairs of the ministry gave a comprehensive presentation on the Better Regulation policy in Cyprus, with a complete set of figures concerning the measurement and reduction of administrative burdens. Cyprus will be working in cooperation with the Trio (preceding and following presidencies of the EU) to determine priorities and adjustments to the policy.
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