The European Union's financial services policy chief urged U.S.President Donald Trump not to walk away from global financial rulesput in place since the crisis.

“We are sensitive to talk of unpicking financial legislationwhich applies carefully negotiated international standards andrules,” Valdis Dombrovskis, a vice president of the EuropeanCommission, said in London Friday.

Trump has vowed to roll back financial regulation, and sincetaking office he has begun to pull the U.S. out of internationalagreements such as the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal.

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