Centre for the New Europe

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The Centre for the New Europe (CNE) was a free-market think tank based in Brussels, and focused on EU issues such as economic growth, managing environmental change, health and welfare policy, competition policy, and innovation. Most recently, it was headed by Stephen Pollard, a British journalist and policy expert who previously worked at the Fabian Society and the Social Market Foundation.

As of 2005, CNE had received $40,000 from ExxonMobil.[1]

On October 16, 2008, Pollard announced his resignation from CNE to assume the position of editor of The Jewish Chronicle.


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