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Articles from European Report (October 13, 2001)

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AGRICULTURE: EURO 400 MILLION FOOT-AND-MOUTH RELIEF PACKAGE ANNOUNCED. Brief Article 412
AGRICULTURE: FISCHLER ANGERED BY US FARM BILL. 527
AIRLINE INSURANCE MEASURES APPLIED BY EFTA. Brief Article 303
AUSTRIA FINED FOR LAX WORKER SAFETY LAW TRANSPOSITION. Brief Article 144
AUTOMOBILE INDUSTRY: EURO 72 MILLION FINE FOR DAIMLERCHRYSLER. Brief Article 901
AVIATION : PLAN TO BOOST SECURITY AND LEND SUPPORT TO COMPANIES. Brief Article 636
AVIATION: COMMISSION'S SINGLE EUROPEAN SKY PROPOSALS UNVEILED. 1030
BERLUSCONI VISITS THE COMMISSION. Brief Article 231
BIOTECHNOLOGY: COMMISSION LAUNCHES A PUBLIC DEBATE ON THE SAFETY OF GM-FOOD. Brief Article 526
BIOTECHNOLOGY: COURT SAYS HUMAN BODY CANNOT BE PATENTED. Brief Article 563
BOVE'S FARMERS MEET LAMY AND FISCHLER. Brief Article 294
BRUSSELS TO HOST EXTRAORDINARY MEETING OF THE EURO-MEDITERRANEAN FORUM. Brief Article 403
CFSP: COURT OF AUDITORS CRITICISES CFSP MANAGEMENT. Brief Article 324
CIVIL PROTECTION: ACTION PLAN TO RESPOND TO TERRORIST ATTACKS. Brief Article 390
COMMISSION ADOPTS POVERTY PLAN. Brief Article 118
COMMISSION PROMISES REWARD AFTER ZANZIBAR PACT. Brief Article 133
COMMISSION TO DECIDE ON SABENA BRIDGING LOAN ON OCTOBER 17. Brief Article 298
COMPUTER INDUSTRY: MICROSOFT TO FACE EU ON ANTI-TRUST PROBE. Brief Article 442
DEFENCE: INFORMAL COUNCIL CLAIMS PROGRESS BUT DUCKS QUESTIONS. Brief Article 699
DEVELOPMENT: MINISTERIAL MEETING ON CO-OPERATION AND "NEW WORLD DISORDER". Brief Article 485
EIB LENDS ERICSSON EURO 400 MILLION TO DEVELOP MOBILE INTERNET. Brief Article 201
EIB POURS EURO 60 MILLION INTO TURKISH SEWERS. Brief Article 167
ELECTRONIC INDUSTRY: SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC-LEGRAND MERGER BLOCKED BY BRUSSELS. 458
EMPLOYMENT: MEPS VOTE ON GUIDELINES, INCENTIVE MEASURES AND MOBILITY. Brief Article 355
ENERGY: GERMANY MAY AVOID APPOINTING A REGULATOR. Brief Article 479
ENVIRONMENT: MEPS WANT WATER METERS THROUGHOUT THE EU. Brief Article 479
EU ALBANIA: COUNCIL AGREES TERMS OF REFERENCE FOR JOINT TASK FORCE. Brief Article 522
EU AND ESTONIA SIGN CO-OPERATION PACT WITH EUROPOL. Brief Article 119
EU ENCOURAGES CHANGE IN NEW BELARUS GOVERNMENT. 272
EU/AFRICA: EUROPE BACKS NEW AFRICAN INITIATIVE. Brief Article 431
EU/HUNGARY: POSITIVE ASSESSMENT OF ACCESSION PREPARATIONS BY JOINT PARLIAMENTARY COMMITTEE. Brief Article 528
EU/MOROCCO: EU WELCOMES MOROCCAN ECONOMIC REFORMS. 804
EU/TURKEY: FURTHER REFORMS NEEDED DESPITE PROGRESS. Brief Article 306
EU/US: COMMISSION AND INDUSTRY SLAM US STEEL MOVES. Brief Article 440
EU/WTO: BID TO ADDRESS AGRICULTURE CONCERNS. 552
EU/WTO: MEPS CALL FOR MORE TRANSPARENCY. 862
EURO-MPS TAKE THE INITIATIVE ON UNIFORM BOOK PRICING. Brief Article 251
EUROPEAN BUSINESS ORGANISATIONS CALL FOR BETTER CAPITAL FRAMEWORK FOR SMALL FIRMS. Brief Article 171
EUROPEAN COMMISSION. Brief Article 590
EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT COMMITTEE ADOPTS THREE SHIPPING REPORTS. 389
FINANCE COUNCIL: ECONOMIC SITUATION AND TAX TOP OCTOBER 15 AGENDA. Brief Article 508
FOODSTUFFS: ECJ ADVOCATE-GENERAL TAKES POSITION ON PARMESAN CHEESE DESIGNATION OF ORIGIN. Brief Article 458
GERMANY TO RECOVER STATE AID FROM ZEMAG. Brief Article 210
INDUSTRY URGES EU TO SET FINAL DATE FOR POSTAL LIBERALISATION. Brief Article 149
INFORMATION POLICY: COURT OVERRULES COMMISSION REFUSAL TO REVEAL MEMBER STATE POSITIONS. Brief Article 400
INFORMATION SOCIETY: INTERNET MAKING PROGRESS IN THE EU. Brief Article 920
ISLAND'S PARTITION DISCUSSED AT EU-CYPRUS JOINT PARLIAMENTARY COMMITTEE. Brief Article 288
JUSTICE AND HOME AFFAIRS COUNCIL: MINISTERS TO DEBATE ANTI-TERRORISM AND ARREST WARRANT PROPOSALS. Brief Article 424
JUSTICE AND HOME AFFAIRS/FINANCE COUNCIL: MINISTERS TO REINFORCE ANTI TERRORISM, MONEY LAUNDERING CRUSADE. Brief Article 377
JUSTICE AND HOME AFFAIRS: COMMISSION BACKS SWEDISH INITIATIVE ON EXTRADITION. Brief Article 320
MACEDONIANS WILL PASS PEACE REFORMS MANANA. Brief Article 344
MEPS SLAM IMPLEMENTATION OF PACKAGING WASTE DIRECTIVE. Brief Article 361
MONEY-LAUNDERING: BREAKTHROUGH ON TROUBLED DIRECTIVE. Brief Article 531
MONTI SAYS THE DRUG INDUSTRY IS WRONG ON PARALLEL IMPORTS. Brief Article 268
NEILSON SAYS ECHO IS WATCHING AFGHANISTAN CLOSELY. Brief Article 275
NGOS URGE ACTION AGAINST ILLICIT TRADING IN SMALL ARMS. Brief Article 354
NIELSON TO VISIT EU AID PROJECTS IN CARIBBEAN. Brief Article 230
PACK ASKS SERBS TO VOTE AND KEEP KOSOVO UNIFIED. Brief Article 166
PUBLIC PROCUREMENT: COMMISSION COMMUNICATION CLARIFIES SOCIAL CONSIDERATIONS. 1184
PUBLISHERS SLAM GERMAN COPYRIGHT LAW. Brief Article 195
REGIONAL POLICY: INFORMAL COUNCIL ON URBAN AREAS. Brief Article 509
SOCIAL POLICY: SERVICE SECTOR SOCIAL PARTNERS STRIKE DEAL TO INFLUENCE DIRECTIVE. Brief Article 346
SOCIAL SECURITY: REFUGEES CANNOT CLAIM EU BENEFIT RIGHTS, RULES ECJ. Brief Article 244
SOLBES PREDICTS 1.5% GDP GROWTH IN 2001. Brief Article 239
SOLIDARITY AND EMERGENCY AID FOR AFGHANISTAN. 456
TACIS CROSS-BORDER PROGRAMME FAILING, NEEDS BOOSTING. 284
TELECOMMUNICATIONS COUNCIL: AGENDA FOR OCTOBER 15 SESSION. Brief Article 791
TOUGHER ACTION NEEDED TO LIMIT ANTIBIOTIC MISUSE, SAY MEPS. Brief Article 290
TRANSPORT COUNCIL: OCTOBER 16 AGENDA DOMINATED BY SEPTEMBER 11 ATTACKS. Brief Article 726
WASHINGTON APPEALS AGAINST WTO FSC RULING. 447

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