Dutch and other European legislators drown trade and industry and the public in economic regulations. Examples are rules about foodstuffs, working conditions and games of chance. Rules that are enforced by myriad authorities and regulators. Violation is usually punished by criminal law sanctions or administrative penalties. This calls for counterbalance. Wladimiroff provides that counterbalance.
- Actions of NVWA [Netherlands Food and Products Authority], Health Inspectorate, ACM [Authority for Consumers and Markets], Games of Chance Authority, SZW Inspectorate [Social Affairs and Employment Inpsectorate], ILT Inspectorate [Environment and Transport Inspectorate], FIOD [Tax Intelligence and Investigation Service] and Public Prosecution Service
- Medicinal products
- Non-food products
- Working conditions
- Games of chance
- Criminal cases and administrative penalties