It ignores the fact that that each country does it's own research where it's warranted, but the cost is borne by those wanting the research done. If it's in the EU's interests then the countries companies get some of their contributions back in the form of rebates or grants. The EU then claims the right to licence them for EU wide use even if only one or two countries make the product. This isn't a case of EU driven or instigated research.Euro reach is w@nk. 100% restriction of free trade.
US reloading powders banned en masse, but strangely, the same powder in a US made factory round is untouched, well quelle surprise! Very few of the reloading powders are used in factory rounds.
What’s that, Vitavouhri in Finland has all its powders nodded through?