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Articles from European Report (May 13, 1999)

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3RD SESSION OF THE UN INTER-GOVERNMENTAL FORUM ON FORESTS. 292
ABB TO UPGRADE SINGAPORE POWER PLANT. 186
ACQUISITION OF INDRA BY THOMSON-CSF, CAJA MADRID AND BANCO ZARAGOZANO CLEARED. 176
AIR SAFETY: EU SPELLS OUT INTERNATIONAL POSITION. 174
ALGERIAN GAS TO EDISON TO GO THROUGH MEDITERRANEAN. 176
AUSTRIAN BANKS TARGETED FOR POSSIBLE CARTEL FINES. 150
BREAKTHROUGH ON INTEGRATION OF THE SCHENGEN ACQUIS. 330
BRITAIN'S TI BUYS US GROUP, WALBRO. 274
C&W SELLS SUBSEA CABLE ACTIVITIES. 202
CABLE & WIRELESS BIDS FOR JAPAN'S INTERNATIONAL DIGITAL COMMUNICATIONS INC. 245
CASPIAN PIPELINE GROUP AWARDS CONTRACT TO FRANCO-RUSSIAN OIL CONSORTIUM. 196
COMMISSION AND UK GOVERNMENT LOCK HORNS OVER BUILDING DEVELOPMENT AID DISPUTE. 186
COMMISSION CLEARS JOHNSON & SON'S STAKE IN COFRESCO HOUSEHOLD PACKAGING JOINT VENTURE. 187
COMMISSION CLEARS MAERSK'S TAKEOVER OF SAFMARINE CONTAINER LINES N.V. 212
COMMISSION ENDORSES EU/SWISS BILATERAL AGREEMENTS. 175
COMMITTEE OF THE REGIONS TRIES TO DEFINE NEW ROLE. 221
COMPETITION/TELECOMMUNICATIONS: THREE STEPS FORWARD, TWO BACK FOR TELECOMS MERGERS. 386
COMPETITION: COMMISSION FINALLY CLEARS MICROSOFT INTERNET SERVICE PROVIDERS DEALS. 424
COMPULSORY LABELLING PLAN FOR TRANSGENIC FOOD ORGANISMS POSTPONED TO SEPTEMBER. 543
COUNCIL DRAFTS PUBLIC HEALTH RESOLUTION. 324
COUNCIL OF MINISTERS ADOPTS NEW RULES OF PROCEDURE. 222
DASSAULT TO DELIVER GREEK MIRAGES FROM 2001. 261
DEUTSCHE POST SCRAPS TRANS-O-FLEX TAKEOVER PLANS IN FACE OF COMMISSION OBJECTIONS. 243
DUAL-USE GOODS: MEMBER STATES MAKE PROGRESS. 727
ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL COMMITTEE ISSUES FOOD SAFETY WARNING. 294
EDISON INTERNATIONAL UNIT TO BUY TWO UK POWER PLANTS. 222
ELECTRONIC COMMERCE: EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT COMPLETES CONTROVERSIAL FIRST READING. 588
ENVIRONMENT: COUNCIL DECISIONS ON WASTE AND DANGEROUS SUBSTANCES. 266
EU ANTI-TRUST AUTHORITY STEPS UP PRESSURE ON FRENCH TYRE MAKER MICHELIN. 226
EU BUDGET: COMMISSION URGES COURT OF AUDITORS TO CHANGE PROCEDURES. 307
EU BUDGET: THUMBS UP FROM PARLIAMENT FOR FRAUD INVESTIGATION OFFICE. 385
EU COOPERATES IN MINE-CLEARANCE OPERATIONS IN CROATIA. 238
EU FARMING GROUPS ACCUSE US OF HYPOCRISY. 313
EU TO GRANT TIRANA EURO 500,000 FOR WEAPONS DESTRUCTION. 208
EU/FORMER YUGOSLAVIA: EU AND WORLD BANK ESTABLISH JOINT OFFICE ON KOSOVO IN BRUSSELS. 1135
EU/HONG KONG CUSTOMS AGREEMENT ADOPTED. 248
EU/RUSSIA: PRIMAKOV DISMISSAL RAISES NEW QUESTIONS OVER COOPERATION. 724
EU/UNITED STATES: COMMISSION STRUGGLES TO AVOID SANCTIONS OVER BEEF HORMONES. 633
EU/WTO: TRADE MINISTERS EDGE TOWARDS SEATTLE STRATEGY. 888
EUROPEAN COMMISSION. 166
EUROPEAN COMMISSION: PATTEN CONFIRMED AS UK CHOICE TO REPLACE BRITTAN. 386
EUROPEAN DEVELOPMENT FUND FINANCES ACTIONS IN ZIMBABWE AND IVORY COAST AND TECHNICAL COOPERATION IN ACP COUNTRIES. 215
EUROPEAN FILM DIRECTORS CHAMPION LEGITIMACY OF CULTURAL EXCEPTION. 212
EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT ADOPTS INTRASTAT AGREEMENT TO REDUCE RED TAPE IN TRADE. 185
EXXON AND MOBIL NOTIFY FULL MERGER. 228
FARM COUNCIL: MINISTERS TO RUBBER-STAMP CAP LEGISLATION. 584
FINANCIAL SERVICES: COMMISSION ACTION PLAN FOR SINGLE MARKET. 835
FINANCIAL SERVICES: DISTANCE SELLING DIRECTIVE GETS FIRST READING CLEARANCE. 524
FINLAND TAKES UP THE TORCH OF TAX HARMONISATION. 320
FOCUS-VIVENDI UNIT WINS STOCKHOLM METRO DEAL. 156
FOODSTUFFS: NEW DRAFT COMPROMISE ON CHOCOLATE DIRECTIVE. 539
FREE MOVEMENT OF WORKERS: MEMBER STATES TAKE ANOTHER LOOK AT CROSS-BORDER PROVISION OF SERVICES. 548
GEC MAY BUY KVAERNER UK SHIPYARD. 151
HUHTAMAKI BUYS DUTCH GROUP, VAN LEER. 141
ICI TO STRENGTHEN ITS CATALYST BUSINESS. 167
INTERNET BOOK SALES JOINT VENTURE BETWEEN BERTELSMANN AND HAVAS CLEARED. 118
INVESTIGATION INTO EMPLOYMENT AID SCHEME IN ITALY CLOSED. 220
ITALY RECOMMENDS COORDINATED TAX CUT. 360
MAJOR VIETNAM GAS DEAL MOVES STEP CLOSER. 225
MEMBER STATES HOLD POLICY DEBATE ON PRELIMINARY DRAFT BUDGET FOR THE YEAR 2000. 201
MEPS BACK MUTUAL RECOGNITION OF DIPLOMAS DEAL. 123
MICROSOFT BUYS STAKE IN UK CABLE GROUP, TELEWEST. 216
NORWAY AND POLAND SEAL 5-YEAR GAS DELIVERY DEAL. 111
NOVARTIS SELLS WASA TO BARILLA. 167
PARLIAMENTARY GREEN LIGHT ON PESTICIDE RESIDUES IN BABY FOODS. 297
PARLIAMENTARY VERDICT ON ROAD USER CHARGE PLAN. 122
PENSIONS: COMMISSION PUBLISHES COMMUNICATION ON SUPPLEMENTARY PENSION REFORM. 683
PEPSICO ATTACKS COCA-COLA'S NEW ORANGINA OFFER. 328
PORTUGUESE PIG FARMERS THE TARGET OF GOVERNMENT AID. 244
REACTIONS TO EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT'S VOTE ON ELECTRONIC COMMERCE. 388
RECOMMENDATION ON EURO-DENOMINATED COLLECTORS' COINS AND QUALITY CONTROL. 209
REGIONAL POLICY: POTSDAM MINISTERIAL ADOPTS SPATIAL DEVELOPMENT PERSPECTIVE. 400
RESEARCH: DOPING PROJECT BRINGS TOGETHER SCIENTISTS AND ATHLETES. 177
ROLLS-ROYCE/SIA/HAESL AERO-ENGINE VENTURE CLEARED FOR TAKEOFF. 189
SHIPPING: COMMISSION CLAMPS DOWN ON ANOTHER LINER AGREEMENT. 530
SMALL BUSINESSES: EUROPARTENARIAT OPENS TO THE EAST. 387
STATE AID: ITALIAN SUGAR INDUSTRY AID BLOCKED AS SICILIAN MINERAL WATER FIRM PROBED. 695
TELEVISION SERVICES: BELGIUM WARNED FOR INFRINGEMENT ON TAXATION OF SATELLITE DISHES. 337
TELIA AND TELENOR NOTIFY FULL MERGER. 107
TRAINING FOUNDATION EXAMINES CURRICULAR REFORM. 179
VOLVO HAS NO OBJECTIONS TO INVESTOR BECOMING PART-OWNER. 294
WATER POLLUTION: COURT CLARIFICATION ON APPLICATION OF NITRATES DIRECTIVE. 382

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