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Fact Sheet on EU Accounting and Transparency Directives

In June and November 2013 the EU adopted amendments to the Transparency and Accounting Directives that oblige all listed and large non-listed extractive companies in the EU to publish the payments they make at project-level in the countries where they operate.

This fact-sheet includes the technical details about these rules.

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