Printer Friendly

Articles from European Report (December 6, 2003)

1-81 out of 81 article(s)
Title Author Type Words
ACCESSION TREATY: MORE PROGRESS IN RATIFYING EU ENLARGEMENT. Brief Article 162
ACCOUNTING: EFRAG CONSULTS ON EXPANSION OF STANDARD-SETTING ROLE. 368
AGRICULTURE: MEPS SUPPORT TIGHTER ORGANIC LABELLING, REJECT CIVIL LIABILITY. Brief Article 248
ASYLUM-SEEKER NUMBERS FALL, EXCEPT FOR RUSSIANS. Brief Article 168
BUDGET 2004: MEPS TACKLE FUNDING FOR ENLARGEMENT AND EXTERNAL POLICY. 389
BUILDING A STRATEGIC AGENDA FOR PHOTOVOLTAIC POWER. Brief Article 299
CHEMICALS: EUROPEAN CARBON CARTEL STUNG WITH FINE OF OVER EURO 100 MILLION. Brief Article 322
COMMISSION APPROVES NEW TEST FOR CLASSICAL SWINE FEVER. Brief Article 147
COMMISSION POSTPONES SECURITY OF ENERGY SUPPLY PROPOSALS. Brief Article 145
COMMISSION/ENLARGEMENT: TESTS FOR EU ADMINISTRATORS TO BE HELD ON DECEMBER 11-12. Brief Article 142
COMPETITION: COURT THROWS OUT COMMISSION'S VW FINE. Brief Article 194
COUNCIL ADOPTS COMMON POSITION ON AVIATION INSURANCE REQUIREMENTS. Brief Article 160
DECEMBER 3 MARKS EUROPEAN DAY OF PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES. Brief Article 170
DEVELOPMENT: MEPS BACK GSP AMENDMENT. Brief Article 102
EAST EUROPE: CEFTA TRADING BLOC TO COLLAPSE? Brief Article 313
ECJ RULES INTEREST IS PAYABLE ON CAR ACCIDENT COMPENSATION. Brief Article 217
ECONOMIC OUTLOOK: ACCELERATING GROWTH IN EU CONFIRMED. Brief Article 304
EIB ANNOUNCES NEW LOANS IN CZECH AND SLOVAK REPUBLICS. Brief Article 117
EMU: PEDRO SOLBES DESCRIBES APPEAL TO COURT OVER STABILITY PACT AS "PROBABLE". 706
ENERGY: COUNCIL POSTPONES EXAMINATION OF NUCLEAR PACKAGE. 558
ENLARGEMENT/REGIONAL POLICY: STRUCTURAL FUNDS TALKS WITH ACCEDING COUNTRIES WRAPPED UP. 464
ENTERPRISE POLICY: BUSINESS-RELATED SERVICES, THE DRIVERS OF EUROPEAN COMPETITIVENESS. 572
ENVIRONMENT: ACROPOLIS PROJECT TURNS UP IDEAS FOR MEETING KYOTO TARGETS. 432
ENVIRONMENT: MEPS SAY CONSUMERS NEED BETTER INFORMATION ON DETERGENTS. 524
ENVIRONMENT: PARLIAMENT URGES STRICT CONTROLS ON EMISSIONS FROM SHIPS. 497
ENVIRONMENT: POLICY REVIEW URGES SPEEDIER REFORMS. 1132
EPP SUMMIT SEES PROSPECT OF CONSTITUTION DEAL AHEAD OF EUROPEAN COUNCIL. Brief Article 132
EU GRANTS EURO 17 MILLION FOR NATURAL RESOURCES PLAN IN ECUADOR. Brief Article 152
EU/BALKANS: PLANS FOR PARTICIPATION IN COMMUNITY PROGRAMMES AND AGENCIES UNVEILED. 590
EU/BULGARIA: SOFIA'S BRUSSELS SUMMIT EXPECTATIONS. Brief Article 240
EU/BURUNDI: EURO 25 MILLION PEACE-KEEPING AID PLAN. Brief Article 270
EU/GEORGIA: PRESIDENTS DISCUSS SHORT-TERM HELP AND LONG-TERM AIMS. 320
EU/HUNGARY: EUROPEAN COMMISSION STAYS OUT OF FORINT CRISIS. Brief Article 275
EU/JAPAN: BUSQUIN KEEN TO PREPARE SCIENTIFIC CO-OPERATION AGREEMENT. Brief Article 214
EU/MEDITERRANEAN STATES: EURO-MED PARTNERS SET UP CULTURAL FOUNDATION, BOOST INVESTMENT FACILITY. 1447
EU/MEDITERRANEAN STATES: MINISTERS GIVE NEW IMPULSE TO ENERGY RELATIONS. 590
EU/MIDDLE EAST: WARM WELCOME FOR GENEVA PEACE INITIATIVE. 808
EU/MONACO: MEDICAL PACT SIGNED. Brief Article 137
EU/NATO: US SECRETARY OF STATE SPELLS OUT POSITION ON EUROPEAN DEFENCE. 373
EU/ROMANIA: BUCHAREST HOPES FOR MORE ACCESSION CHAPTER CLOSURES. 298
EU/SOUTHERN CAUCASUS: ARMENIAN PRESIDENT CALLS FOR INCLUSION IN "WIDER EUROPE" INITIATIVE. Brief Article 238
EU/SWITZERLAND: INQUIRY INTO ITALIAN BLACKOUT CONTINUES DESPITE SWISS DEFECTION. 366
EU/UN: COMMISSION MOVES TO SIGN CORRUPTION CONVENTION. Brief Article 174
EU/UN: RUSSIA BLOWING HOT AND COLD AT CLIMATE CONFERENCE. 2089
EU/US: BUSH DROPS STEEL TARIFFS, AVERTING TRADE WAR. 785
EU/WESTERN BALKANS: ALBANIAN STABILISATION TALKS TO CONTINUE INTO 2004. 767
EU/WESTERN BALKANS: JUMBO FOREIGN MINISTERIAL TO REINFORCE MEMBERSHIP PERSPECTIVE. 357
EU/WTO: FISCHLER'S FIVE TESTS TO KICK-START TRADE TALKS. 369
EUROPEAN COMMISSION:. 545
EUROPEAN COUNCIL: EURO-MPS GEAR UP FOR THE BRUSSELS SUMMIT. 699
EUROPEAN DIARY. Brief Article 238
FINANCIAL SERVICES: MEPS CALL FOR REGULATION OF DERIVATIVES AND HEDGE FUNDS. Brief Article 280
FISHERIES: COMMISSION PROPOSES HARSH TACS AND QUOTAS FOR 2004. 863
FISHERIES: MEPS SEEK EASIER COMPENSATION FOR FORMER MOROCCO FLEET. 486
GENERAL AFFAIRS AND EXTERNAL RELATIONS: SUMMIT PREPARATIONS AND IGC ON WEIGHTY AGENDA. 649
GO-AHEAD TO FRAMEWORK AGREEMENTS WITH EUROPEAN STANDARD-SETTERS. Brief Article 138
INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY: COURT REJECTS AUDI APPEAL ON REGISTRATION OF TDI MARK. 349
INTER-GOVERNMENTAL CONFERENCE: PRESIDENCY PREFERS ABORTIVE IGC TO A BAD CONSTITUTION. 787
JHA/DEVELOPMENT: PARLIAMENT BACKS EURO 250 MILLION MIGRATION AID SCHEME. 409
JUSTICE AND HOME AFFAIRS: MEPS SAY FAMILY REUNION DIRECTIVE FLOUTS HUMAN RIGHTS CONVENTION. 370
JUSTICE AND HOME AFFAIRS: MEPS SLAM ITALIAN PRESIDENCY FOR FAILING ON ASYLUM. 616
JUSTICE AND HOME AFFAIRS: PARLIAMENT WANTS NAME & SHAME LIST OF STATES SOFT ON CORRUPTION. 345
MEPS ADOPT REPORT ON GM CO-EXISTENCE WITH CONVENTIONAL CROPS. 337
MINING: COMMISSION CLEARS ANGLO AMERICAN'S BID FOR KUMBA. Brief Article 113
NINE MEMBER STATES OUT OF LINE ON ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATION PRIVACY RULES. Brief Article 139
PARLIAMENT URGES ACTION ON CROSS-BORDER REPATRIATION OF CORPSES. 344
PESTICIDES: ACTION NETWORK SENDS OPEN LETTER TO COMMISSION. 348
PHARMACEUTICALS: ONLY TWO CHEERS FROM INDUSTRY FOR EP COMMITTEE VOTE ON REFORM. 494
PUBLIC PROCUREMENT: COUNCIL AND PARLIAMENT AGREE DIRECTIVES IN CONCILIATION TALKS. 602
PUBLIC PROCUREMENT: ECJ BACKS RIGHT TO BUY ELECTRICITY MADE FROM RENEWABLE SOURCES. 341
RACISM: EU MONITORING CENTRE DEFENDS DECISION TO SHELVE ANTI-SEMITISM STUDY. Brief Article 249
RESEARCH: BUSQUIN HIGHLIGHTS ADVANTAGES OF CHEMICAL REGISTRATION SYSTEM. 610
RESEARCH: UNABLE TO REACH AN AGREEMENT, MINISTERS CLOSE DEBATE ON STEM CELLS. 516
SLOVENIA GETS ASSISTANCE IN MEETING EU ENVIRONMENTAL STANDARDS. Brief Article 123
SMALL BUSINESSES: CODE OF CONDUCT FOR BANKS AND SMEs. 570
SOCIAL SECURITY: MEPS APPROVE HEALTH INSURANCE CARD AT FIRST READING. Brief Article 268
TAXATION: TALKS WITH THIRD COUNTRIES ON SAVINGS MAKE NO HEADWAY. 968
TECHNOLOGY: GE CLEARED TO BUY AGFA'S NDT BUSINESS. 356
TRANSPORT COUNCIL: POLITICAL DEAL ON TRANS-EUROPEAN TRANSPORT NETWORK. 445
UN-ECE TRANSBOUNDARY WATERCOURSE CONVENTION OPENS UP TO THIRD COUNTRIES. Brief Article 184
WESTERN EUROPEAN UNION: BELGIAN ELECTED PRESIDENT OF PARLIAMENTARY ASSEMBLY. 365

Terms of use | Privacy policy | Copyright © 2019 Farlex, Inc. | Feedback | For webmasters