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EU’s Breton taps Ocello to serve in private office

Eleonora Ocello will take up a position in the private office of Thierry Breton, the EU commissioner overseeing Europe's internal market, MLex has learned.
Ocello will replace Filomena Chirico, who has started a new role overseeing the enforcement of legislation against the likes of Apple, Google and Meta.

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