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Articles from European Report (May 4, 2002)

1-51 out of 51 article(s)
Title Author Type Words
AUDIOVISUAL SECTOR: EIB LENDS EURO 30 MILLION IN SPAIN UNDER INITIATIVE "i2i". Brief Article 148
CONSUMER POLICY: COMMISSION TO AGREE FIVE-YEAR STRATEGY. Brief Article 200
EBRD: GOING FOR GROWTH IN SLOVAKIA. Brief Article 239
EBRD: URBAN TRANSPORT AID FOR SOFIA. Brief Article 122
EBRD: WARNING ON ALBANIAN INVESTMENT CLIMATE. Brief Article 271
ECOFIN COUNCIL: POLICY GUIDELINES, FINANCIAL SERVICES AND TAXATION TOP MAY 7 AGENDA. Brief Article 788
ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL COMMITTEE: RESULTS OF APRIL PLENARY SESSION. Brief Article 858
ECONOMIC OUTLOOK: CONFIDENCE INDICATOR DIVERGES BETWEEN EU AND EURO-ZONE. Brief Article 486
ENERGY: COMMISSION CLEARS ACQUISITION OF ENRON'S WIND TURBINE BUSINESS BY GEPS. Brief Article 109
ENLARGEMENT: IMPLICATIONS FOR PHARMACEUTICALS UNDER SCRUTINY. Brief Article 1321
EU/BALTIC STATES: LITHUANIA FOLLOWS ESTONIA IN FARM TRADE LIBERALISATION. Brief Article 262
EU/G8: SECURITY OF SUPPLIES DOMINATES DETROIT DEBATES. Brief Article 272
EU/INDIA: CONCERN OVER GUJARAT RIOTS. Brief Article 418
EU/LATVIA: CONCERNS OVER AGRICULTURE PROPOSALS. Brief Article 623
EU/MALTA: MEPS WELCOME PROGRESS WITH INTEGRATION OF COMMUNITY LAW. Brief Article 445
EU/MEDITERRANEAN STATES: EGYPT AND SYRIA SIGN NATIONAL INDICATIVE PROGRAMMES. Brief Article 619
EU/UNITED STATES: COMMISSIONER "CONFIDENT" ABOUT COMMON TRANSATLANTIC AVIATION AREA. Brief Article 299
EU/US: FISCHLER SAYS NEW FARM BILL GOES AGAINST DOHA AGREEMENT. Brief Article 289
EU/US: SUMMITEERS JOIN FORCES IN SEARCH FOR MIDDLE EAST SETTLEMENT. Brief Article 1594
EU/WTO: SLOW EU DEMAND BLAMED FOR FALL IN GLOBAL TRADE. Brief Article 715
EURATOM: GREEN LIGHT FOR DISMANTLING FRENCH URANIUM PLANT. Brief Article 276
EUROPEAN COMMISSION. Brief Article 330
EUROPEAN COMMISSION: NEW DECISIONS ON TRAINING AND NATIONAL EXPERTS ADOPTED. Brief Article 260
EUROPEAN CONVENTION: PRESENTATION OF COMMISSION'S CONTRIBUTION DEFERRED. Brief Article 135
EUROPEAN UNION: COMPROMISE IN SIGHT OVER MEPS' ACCESS TO DOCUMENTS. Brief Article 366
EUROPEAN UNION: FIVE MEMBER STATES STILL TO RATIFY NICE TREATY. Brief Article 305
EUROPEAN UNION: GERHARD SCHRODER URGES COMMISSION TO TAKE GREATER ACCOUNT OF INDUSTRY. Brief Article 320
FILM INDUSTRY: EUROPEAN FILM-MAKERS CALL FOR CINEMA DIRECTIVE. Brief Article 255
FINANCIAL SERVICES: BANKING FEDERATION CALLS FOR UNIFORM RULES ON DISTANCE MARKETING. Brief Article 449
FINANCIAL SERVICES: MEMBER STATES STRIKE COMPROMISE ON MARKET ABUSE DIRECTIVE. Brief Article 375
FISHERIES: DE PALACIO REJECTS ACCUSATIONS OF LOBBYING. Brief Article 510
FISHERIES: MEMBER STATES DIVIDED OVER DEEP SEA SPECIES CONSERVATION. Brief Article 472
FOODSTUFFS: COUNCIL DEBATES AMENDMENTS TO DESIGNATIONS OF ORIGIN REGULATION. Brief Article 597
INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION: EU PRODUCER PRICE INDEX UP BY 0.3% IN MARCH. Brief Article 189
INFORMATION SOCIETY: eEUROPE 2005 ACTION PLAN TAKING SHAPE. Brief Article 238
INFORMATION SOCIETY: TELECITIES RECOMMENDS ELECTRONIC RIGHTS CHARTER FOR CITIZENS. Brief Article 204
JUSTICE AND HOME AFFAIRS: COMMISSION PROPOSES NEW RULES FOR FAMILY LAW AND CIVIL LIABILITY. Brief Article 549
JUSTICE AND HOME AFFAIRS: COUNCIL UPDATES LIST OF TERRORIST GROUPS AND PERSONS. Brief Article 297
JUSTICE AND HOME AFFAIRS: EU GEARS UP FOR MORE READMISSION AGREEMENTS. Brief Article 180
JUSTICE AND HOME AFFAIRS: MEMBER STATES SPLIT OVER NEED FOR JUDICIAL TRAINING NETWORK. Brief Article 302
JUSTICE AND HOME AFFAIRS: SPANISH MOVE TO MONITOR PRIVATE SECURITY FIRMS ILLEGAL, EXPERTS SAY. Brief Article 513
MEDIA: COMMISSION SAYS TF1 CAN BUY 25% STAKE IN TPS. Brief Article 194
MERGERS & ACQUISITIONS: THREE DECISIONS UNDER SIMPLIFIED PROCEDURE. Brief Article 139
RESEARCH: JRC'S PETTEN NUCLEAR REACTOR RE-STARTED. Brief Article 335
RESEARCH: REVIEW OF GOVERNMENT INVESTMENT IN 2000. Brief Article 280
SHIPPING: LIBERALISATION OF CABOTAGE HAS NOT DISRUPTED MARKET, SAYS NEW REPORT. Brief Article 574
STATE AID: COURT RULES TAX AID TO SOME GIBRALTAR COMPANIES MAY BE ILLEGAL. Brief Article 235
TAXATION: DIESEL DUTY EXEMPTIONS CLEARED FOR THREE MEMBER STATES. Brief Article 215
TELECOMMUNICATIONS: NEWCOMERS SCATHING ABOUT LEASED LINES ALLOCATIONS. Brief Article 327
TRANSPORT: COUNCIL PREPARES CONCLUSIONS ON WHITE PAPER. Brief Article 465
WINE: CLEARER LABELLING RULES ADOPTED. Brief Article 586

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