This chapter on the national co-ordination of European Union (EU) policy in Portugal is divided into three main sections. The first deals with the development of the country’s EU policy co-ordination machinery. In the second, the structure and culture of the present EU policy co-ordination machinery is thoroughly examined. The last section focuses on the interaction of the EU policy co-ordination machinery and the political and administrative opportunity structures.
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