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The European Union wants to centralize market supervision and make banks pay for it, the bloc's financial services chief said, signaling how it will seek to regroup after Britain leaves.A more integrated supervisory regime is needed to unify the EU's capital market, European Commission Vice President Valdis Dombrovskis said Thursday.Britain has long fended off attempts by Brussels to step up EU-level supervision of London, by far Europe's biggest financial center, but it will have no say over EU policy after Brexit in 2019 .European banks have called on Dombrovskis to delay the trading book rules until it is clear what the United States will do.
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