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Articles from European Report (November 23, 2002)

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AGRI-FOOD: SIX MORE PROTECTED GEOGRAPHIC INDICATIONS APPROVED. Brief Article 337
AGRICULTURE: MEPS WANT FMD VACCINATION TO BE 'FIRST CHOICE OPTION'. Brief Article 481
ANIMAL FEED: PARLIAMENT WANTS QUICKER ANTIBIOTICS BAN. Brief Article 379
ANIMAL WELFARE: SWEDEN CALLS FOR BAN ON CAT AND DOG FUR. Brief Article 182
BROADCASTING/COMPETITION: COURT OVERRULES COMMISSION DECISION ON CANAL+, LIBERTY AND LAGARDERE. Brief Article 337
BUDGET COUNCIL: FINAL HEATED EXCHANGE WITH PARLIAMENT OVER 2003 BUDGET. Brief Article 586
CIVIL AVIATION: UNITED STATES PLAYS DOWN IMPACT OF "OPEN SKIES" RULING. Brief Article 274
COMMODITIES: EU FOREIGN MINISTERS DEBATE WORLD COFFEE CRISIS. Brief Article 371
COMPETITIVENESS COUNCIL: MINISTERS SEEK COMMON GROUND ON REVIEW OF COMPETITION RULES. Brief Article 1236
DEFENCE: EU READY FOR MACEDONIAN OPERATION, AFTER NATO AGREEMENT. Brief Article 847
DRUGS: NEW STUDY SAYS ECSTASY FUELS ALCOHOL CONSUMPTION. Brief Article 415
EDUCATION: COMMISSION PROPOSES BENCHMARKING. Brief Article 258
ENERGY COUNCIL: AGREEMENT LIKELY IN LIBERALISATION. 1224
ENERGY: COMMITTEE OF THE REGIONS ENTHUSIASTICALLY SUPPORTS FRAMEWORK PROGRAMME. Brief Article 307
ENERGY: PARLIAMENTARY CLEARANCE FOR FRAMEWORK PROGRAMME. Brief Article 336
ENLARGEMENT: EU PRESIDENCY BUSY PUTTING TOGETHER THE FINAL PACKAGE. Brief Article 562
ENLARGEMENT: IDA PROGRAMME OPENED TO CANDIDATE COUNTRIES. Brief Article 334
ENLARGEMENT: MEPS BACK PLANS FOR ACCESSION NEGOTIATIONS. Brief Article 395
ENLARGMENT: ENVIRONMENTAL NGOS VOICE CONCERN. Brief Article 269
ENVIRONMENT: BELGIUM CONDEMNED FOR FLOUTING IMPACT ASSESSMENT DIRECTIVE. Brief Article 231
ENVIRONMENT: CATHETER MANUFACTURER GETS TEMPORARY WAIVER FROM HCFC BAN. Brief Article 206
ENVIRONMENT: CHAMPIONING FUTURE CHEMICALS LEGISLATION. Brief Article 599
ENVIRONMENT: COMMISSION MOVES TO TACKLE AIR POLLUTION FROM SHIPS. 1626
EU/ACP: ZIMBABWEAN MINISTERS BARRED FROM PARLIAMENTARY MEETING. Brief Article 377
EU/AFRICA: EURO 223 MILLION AID PACKAGE SIGNED. Brief Article 256
EU/AFRICA: TRADE, AID AND AIDS ON OUAGADOUGOU MINISTERIAL AGENDA. Brief Article 983
EU/BALKANS: FUNDS FOR WAR CRIMES TRIBUNAL CLEARED. Brief Article 227
EU/BOSNIA: POLICE MISSION HOPES TO HIT THE GROUND RUNNING. Brief Article 550
EU/CHINA: CHINESE CRAYFISH AND SURIMI BACK ON EU MARKET. Brief Article 299
EU/CYPRUS/TURKEY: EU MINISTERS FIRMLY SUPPORT UN PLAN FOR CYPRUS. Brief Article 429
EU/DJIBOUTI: EURO 35 MILLION AID PACKAGE. Brief Article 216
EU/EGYPT: EU IS STILL LEADING TRADING PARTNER. Brief Article 369
EU/LEBANON/SYRIA: COMMISSION CLEARANCE FOR NATIONAL FUNDING PLANS. Brief Article 128
EU/MIDDLE EAST: COUNCIL BACKS QUARTET'S QUEST FOR POLITICAL SOLUTION. Brief Article 354
EU/MONGOLIA: PLEDGE TO INCLUDE ULAN BATOR IN AID EFFORTS. Brief Article 286
EU/RUSSIA/UKRAINE: TECHNOLOGY CENTRES GET EURO 25 MILLION EU GRANT. Brief Article 373
EU/SOUTHERN AFRICA: MINISTERS DEBATE BOOSTING. Brief Article 338
EU/SWITZERLAND: GOTHARD ROW MAY BE BREWING. Brief Article 389
EU/TURKEY: TUKISH LEADER PUTS CASE FOR ACCESSION. Brief Article 880
EU/UKRAINE: COMMISSION TALKS OVERSHADOWED BY FIRING OF GOVERNMENT. Brief Article 457
EU/UN: OUTCOME OF CITES CONFERENCE ON ENDANGERED SPECIES. Brief Article 497
EU/US: COMMISSION SUSTAINS ATTACKS ON AMERICAN TRADE POLICY. Brief Article 361
EU/WORLD BANK: COMMISSION REBUFFS CRITICISM OF FARM REGIME. Brief Article 282
EU/WTO: COMMISSION MEETS BRAZIL AND AUSTRALIA OVER SUGAR ROW. Brief Article 342
EUROPEAN COMMISSION. 619
EUROPEAN COMMISSION: INTER-INSTITUTIONAL DEBATE ON 2003 ANNUAL POLICY STRATEGY. Brief Article 297
EUROPEAN COMMISSION: NEW DEPUTY DIRECTORS-GENERAL IN DG AGRICULTURE. Brief Article 170
EUROPEAN CONVENTION: FRANCO-GERMAN 'AXIS' IN JOINT DEFENCE PROPOSALS. Brief Article 325
EUROPEAN CONVENTION: MORE RECOGNITION FOR REGIONS WITH LEGISLATIVE POWERS? Brief Article 459
FINANCIAL MARKETS: MEPS WANT MORE SUPERVISION BUT WARN AGAINST RED TAPE. Brief Article 162
FINANCIAL SERVICES: MEPS INSIST ON "CALL-BACK" RIGHT. Brief Article 188
FISHERIES: FISH PRICES SET TO RISE FOR FIFTH YEAR RUNNING IN 2003. Brief Article 379
FISHERIES: MEPS WANT 6 TO 12-MILE ZONE PROTECTED 'IF LEGALLY POSSIBLE'. Brief Article 395
FOOD SAFETY: FIRST DANISH PRESIDENCY SUCCESS ON SALMONELLA? Brief Article 309
GENETIC ENGINEERING: EUROPEAN NETWORK OF GMO DETECTION LABORATORIES TO BE LAUNCHED. Brief Article 128
HEALTH: MEPS RESCUE TOBACCO ADVERTISING BAN IN PLENARY. 1196
INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION: EU INDEX DOWN 0.1% IN SEPTEMBER. Brief Article 251
INFORMATION SOCIETY: MOST EU STATES IN FAVOUR OF GENERALISED SURVEILLANCE. Brief Article 351
INVESTMENT SERVICES: MORE FLEXIBILITY BUT TIGHTER REGULATION FOR INVESTMENT FIRMS. 1774
JUSTICE AND HOME AFFAIRS: DUTCH MOVE TO AMEND BRUSSELS I REGULATION. Brief Article 383
JUSTICE AND HOME AFFAIRS: EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT BACKS DANISH CRIME-BUSTING INITIATIVES. Brief Article 920
JUSTICE AND HOME AFFAIRS: PARLIAMENT BACKS REVAMPED CHILD CUSTODY REGULATION. Brief Article 500
MEDIA: COMMISSION NOT PARTIAL TO INITIATIVE ON PLURALISM. Brief Article 733
NATO: SEVEN EU CANDIDATES WIN INVITATION TO NATO MEMBERSHIP. Brief Article 500
SHIPPING: REACTIONS TO THE "PRESTIGE" DISASTER COME FLOODING IN. Brief Article 880
SOCIAL AFFAIRS: MEPS BACK PROTECTION FOR TEMPS. Brief Article 253
SOCIAL SECURITY: MEPS SUPPORT COVER FOR NON-EU NATIONALS. Brief Article 280
SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT: COUNCIL CONCLUSIONS ON FOLLOW-UP TO WORLD SUMMIT. Brief Article 288
TAXATION: MEPS SUPPORT EXTENSION OF REDUCED VAT RATES FOR LABOUR-INTENSIVE SERVICES. Brief Article 238
TAXATION: PARLIAMENT FAVOURS EXTENSION OF FOD DOCK DUES SYSTEM. Brief Article 261
TECHNICAL STANDARDISATION: GO-AHEAD FOR 60 OR SO BANS ON SALES OF ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT. Brief Article 208
VOCATIONAL TRAINING: LEONARDO DA VINCI PROJECTS ON SHOW. Brief Article 375

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