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Articles from European Report (July 21, 2000)

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AER DEMANDS A PLACE IN THE DISCUSSION ON PUBLIC BROADCASTING. Brief Article 172
AGRICULTURE MINISTERS ADOPT IMPROVEMENTS TO INTEGRATED CAP AID CONTROL SYSTEM. 108
AGRICULTURE: JEAN GLAVANY OUTLINES FRENCH PRESIDENCY'S PRIORITIES TO PARLIAMENT. 695
AUDIOVISUAL POLICY: MEPS ADOPT REPORT ON FUTURE OF DIGITAL ERA SECTOR. Brief Article 452
BANKING: FINANCE COUNCIL ADOPTS COMMON POSITION ON WINDING-UP OF CREDIT INSTITUTIONS. Brief Article 528
BETTER CO-ORDINATION NEEDED TO FIGHT TAX EVASION AND CUSTOMS FRAUD, SAYS ESC. Brief Article 185
BUDGET 2001: CONSULTATIONS IN COUNTDOWN TO COUNCIL VOTE. Brief Article 420
COMMISSION ADOPTS ECONOMIC STRATEGY FOR ROMANIA. 220
COMMISSION APPROVES LUXEMBOURG REGIONAL AID MAP DEVELOPMENT SCHEME. Brief Article 222
COMMISSION APPROVES STATE AID TO AUSTRIAN VISCOSE MAKER, LENZING LYOCELL. Brief Article 514
COMMISSION CLEARS REXAM/AMERICAN NATIONAL CAN DEAL. Brief Article 318
COMMISSION INVESTIGATES STATE AID ELEMENT OF DEAL BETWEEN GERMAN STEEL-MAKERS AND BVS. Brief Article 250
COMMISSION SAYS IT WILL SUE US TOBACCO FIRMS IN FRAUD CASE. 112
COMMUNITY CONTRIBUTION TO DANUBE CLEAN-UP FUND. 257
CONSUMER POLICY: ESC CALLS FOR MEASURES TO TACKLE HOUSEHOLD OVER-INDEBTEDNESS. Brief Article 209
CONTROL PROCEDURES ADJUSTED FOR WASTE SHIPMENTS TO THIRD COUNTRIES. Brief Article 228
EBRD AID FOR SLOVAKIA AND LATVIA, ENCOURAGEMENT FOR GEORGIA. 357
ECSC WINDS DOWN AID FOR REDUNDANT COAL AND STEEL WORKERS. Brief Article 142
EFTA PROBES TELECOMMUNICATIONS INDUSTRY OVER ACCESS TO LOCAL LOOP. Brief Article 319
EIB LENDS ANOTHER EURO 500 MILLION FOR ITALY'S HIGH-SPEED RAIL NETWORK. Brief Article 323
EIB LENDS BRAZILIAN FIRM EURO 55 MILLION FOR TELECOMMUNICATIONS NETWORK. Brief Article 268
ELECTRICITY: FEDARENE WANTS MORE SUPPORT FOR RENEWABLE SOURCES OF ENERGY. Brief Article 330
ELECTRICITY: POWER INDUSTRY SAYS FASTER DEREGULATION MUST GO HAND IN HAND WITH COMPETITIVITY. Brief Article 369
ELECTRICITY: POWER PRICES GENERALLY LOWER IN THE EU. Brief Article 1015
ENVIRONMENT: ESTABLISHMENT OF EUROPEAN POLLUTANT EMISSION REGISTER. Brief Article 309
EU ENLARGEMENT: A SLIP IN CANDIDATE COUNTRIES' GDP. 214
EU FARM MINISTERS ENDORSE GUARANTEED PRICE FOR ACP SUGAR. Brief Article 214
EU HITS SIX NATIONS WITH ANTI-DUMPING DUTIES ON IRON PIPES. 347
EU INVESTIGATES STATE AID TO IVECO. Brief Article 300
EU MERGER CLEARANCE FOR PIRELLI'S POWER CABLE PLANT ACQUISITION. Brief Article 286
EU PUTS UP EURO 25.8 MILLION FOR TECHNICAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANCE IN CIS. 178
EU-RUSSIAMOSCOW'S VIEW OF FUTURE RELATIONS. 506
EU/BALKANS: FINANCIAL SUPPORT FOR UNMIK AND OHR. 398
EU/CROATIA: SWIFT STABILISATION AND ASSOCIATION MANDATE FOLLOWS PRESIDENT'S BRUSSELS VISIT. 380
EU/HUNGARY: AGREEMENT ON THE TRANSPORT OF GOODS BY ROAD. Brief Article 449
EU/JAPAN: TOKYO SUMMIT CALLS FOR SWIFT LAUNCH OF WTO ROUND. 722
EU/LEBANON: BEIRUT PROPOSES A PREPARATORY DONOR CONFERENCE. Brief Article 467
EU/SOUTH KOREA: PATTEN WELCOMES THAW BETWEEN NORTH AND SOUTH KOREA. 564
EU/TURKEY: SLOW PLACE OF REFORMS AHEAD OF MEMBERSHIP. Brief Article 484
EU/UN: EU OPTS FOR PRECAUTIONARY PRINCIPLE IN LEAD-UP TO CODEX ALIMENTARIUS NORM. Brief Article 589
EU/YUGOSLAVIA: MAYORS TAKE FIRST MEAL TOGETHER. 536
EUROPEAN COMMISSION. Brief Article 599
EUROPEAN COMMISSION: BUDGETARY DEBATE OVERSHADOWS REFORM PROCESS. Brief Article 953
FINANCIAL REGULATION: COMMISSION SEEKS TO INVOLVE THE MEMBER STATES IN THE DISCHARGE PROCEDURE. Brief Article 1031
FINANCIAL REPORTING: EFFEI WELCOMES PLANS TO HARMONISE ACCOUNTING STANDARDS. Brief Article 517
FLAVOURINGS: COMMISSION ADOPTS REGULATION ON EVALUATION PROGRAMME. 549
INTER-GOVERNMENTAL CONFERENCE: PRESIDENCY GIVES DEBATES A POLITICAL EDGE. Brief Article 743
JOBLESS RATE EDGES DOWN IN MOST OECD COUNTRIES. Brief Article 124
JUSTICE AND HOME AFFAIRS: FRAMEWORK DECISION ON ANTI PEOPLE-TRAFFICKING IN THE PIPELINE. Brief Article 988
NEW ICE WINE STANDARD COULD AVERT EU/CANADA TRADE SPAT. 308
NEW NAMES AT THE COURT OF JUSTICE. Brief Article 133
POLAND AKCNOWLEDGES SHORTCOMINGS IN ITS VETERINARY CONTROL SYSTEM. 243
PUBLIC PROCUREMENT: UK REFERRED TO COURT IN THREE CASES. Brief Article 347
PUBLIC SERVICES: COMMISSION EXPOSES PASSENGER TRANSPORT TO COMPETITION. Brief Article 712
SAFETY AT SEA: PARLIAMENTARY INTERGROUP CALLS FOR STRONG BUT REALISTIC LEGISLATION. Brief Article 659
STATE AID FOR SPANISH FERRY LINE ALLOWED, DESPITE UNFAIR CONTRACT TENDER. Brief Article 528
STRUCTURAL FUNDS: DECISION IN PRINCIPLE ON OBJECTIVE 1 PROGRAMME IN SCOTLAND. Brief Article 468
STRUCTURAL FUNDS: EURO 8.6 BILLION JOBS AND TRAINING HANDOUTS ANNOUNCED FOR FRANCE AND ITALY. Brief Article 681
WTO SAYS US BANANA SANCTIONS SET TOO SOON. 418
YOUTH AFFAIRS: EURO 80 MILLION EARMARKED FOR YOUTH PROGRAMME IN 2000. Brief Article 373

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