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Articles from European Report (November 22, 2003)

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ADMINISTRATIVE REFORM: INTERNAL AUDIT SERVICE WORK TO BE SPLIT WITHIN THE COMMISSION. Brief Article 257
AGRI-FOODS: COURT LAYS DOWN INTERNATIONAL PROTECTION FOR BEER NAME. 686
AGRICULTURE: MEPS WANT EU TO PAY FOR SHEEP- AND GOAT-TAGGING. Brief Article 234
AVIATION: NO THREE-WAY AGREEMENT ON SINGLE EUROPEAN SKY. Brief Article 233
BUDGET COUNCIL: FOCUS ON NEGOTIATIONS OVER IRAQ AID. 599
BUDGET: COURT OF AUDITORS 2002 REPORT BLOWS HOT AND COLD. 1076
BUDGET: FINANCIAL PERSPECTIVE COMMUNICATION MAY BE POSTPONED UNTIL JANUARY. 349
CASES IN THE COURT OF JUSTICE. 1763
COMMISSION PUBLISHES RESPONSES TO CONSULTATION ON COMPANY LAW MODERNISATION. Brief Article 114
COMMITTEE OF THE REGIONS: PETER STRAUB ELECTED FIRST VICE-PRESIDENT. Brief Article 175
CONSUMER PRICES: EURO-ZONE INFLATION DOWN IN OCTOBER 2003. Brief Article 110
DEVELOPMENT: NIELSON AND ANNAN APPEAL FOR FORGOTTEN CRISES. Brief Article 291
DRUGS: COUNCIL MOVE TO CO-OPERATE MORE IN ANALYSING SEIZURES. Brief Article 224
EBRD/CENTRAL ASIA: EAST BANK HELPS TAJIK SMALL BUSINESSES. Brief Article 163
EDUCATION/YOUTH/CULTURE COUNCIL: MOTLEY AGENDA FOR NOVEMBER 24 AND 25 SESSION. 1094
ELECTRONIC COMMERCE: LEGISLATION APPEARS TO BE HELPING THE SECTOR TAKE OFF. 668
EMU: GERMANY ORDERED TO CUT ITS STRUCTURAL DEFICIT BY 0.8% OF GDP IN 2004. 556
ENERGY : EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT REJECTS PROPOSALS ON OIL STOCKS. Brief Article 125
ENLARGEMENT: EBRD BACKING FOR SLOVAK ENERGY RESTRUCTURING. Brief Article 138
ENLARGEMENT: ENVIRONMENTAL DOUBTS ON DANUBE CANAL LINK. Brief Article 264
ENLARGEMENT: MORE CALLS FOR SME SUPPORT IN ACCEDING STATES. 370
ENLARGEMENT: NEW MEMBER STATES DON'T WANT IRON CURTAINS. Brief Article 227
ENLARGEMENT: RECRUITMENT COMPETITIONS IN NEW MEMBER STATES. 144
ENVIRONMENT: DELAY FOR USED BATTERY COLLECTION AND RECYCLING PROPOSAL. Brief Article 267
ENVIRONMENT: PARLIAMENT ENDORSES DIRECTIVE ON MAJOR INDUSTRIAL ACCIDENTS. Brief Article 248
ENVIRONMENT: PARLIAMENT VOTES TO CURB TRANSPORT OF WASTE. 598
EU LIFTS RESTRICTIONS ON IMPORTS OF THAI POULTRY. Brief Article 155
EU/BALKANS: MEPS APPPROVE REPORTS ON STABILISATION PROCESS, KOSOVO AND BOSNIA. Brief Article 155
EU/BULGARIA: EU EXPERTS INSPECT KOZLODUY NUCLEAR POWER STATION. Brief Article 168
EU/BULGARIA: FISCHLER PRAISES GOOD PREPARATIONS FOR CAP. 350
EU/CANADA: BERLUSCONI CANCELS DECEMBER SUMMIT. Brief Article 321
EU/IRAN: EU AND UNITED STATES REMAIN DIVIDED OVER IRANIAN NUCLEAR POWER. 373
EU/ISRAEL: ISRAELI BOYCOTT OF EUROPEAN EMISSARIES COMES UNDER FIRE. 1321
EU/KENYA: NIELSON BACKS REFORMS, AND NEW IMF LENDING. Brief Article 296
EU/LATIN AMERICA: JOINT NETWORK ON HELTH AND SAFETY AT WORK LAUNCHED. Brief Article 119
EU/MEDITERRANEAN: PARLIAMENT BACKS CREATION OF EUROMED PARLIAMENTARY ASSEMBLY. 964
EU/NORTH KOREA: KEDO NUCLEAR POWER PROJECT SUSPENDED. Brief Article 309
EU/OTIF: COMMISSION IN BID TO SIGN UP TO INTERNATIONAL RAIL ORGANISATION. Brief Article 226
EU/RUSSIA: CONFERENCE HIGHLIGHTS IMPORTANCE OF ADMINISTRATIVE REFORM. 336
EU/RUSSIA: EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT SLAMS BERLUSCONI, STRESSES CHECHNYA, KYOTO. Brief Article 205
EU/SERBIA AND MONTENEGRO: DONORS' MEETING COMES AT CRUCIAL EUROPEAN INTEGRATION JUNCTURE. 533
EU/SRI LANKA: PATTEN VISIT AIMS TO PROMOTE PEACE. 398
EU/UKRAINE: COMMISSION BIDS TO CLEAR UP DEBATE ON ENLARGEMENT IMPACT. 510
EU/UN: PARLIAMENTARY GREEN LIGHT FOR RATIFICATION OF POPS CONVENTION. 390
EU/US: DON'T IGNORE WORLD OPPRESSION, BUSH TELLS EUROPE. 551
EU/US: POWELL PRESSED OVER STEEL TARIFFS. Brief Article 319
EU/WIDER EUROPE: VERHEUGEN REJECTS BID TO INCLUDE TURKEY IN "WIDER EUROPE" POLICY. Brief Article 250
EU/WTO: LAMY CONSIDERS DROPPING SINGAPORE ISSUES. Brief Article 294
EUROPEAN CITIZENSHIP: PARLIAMENT PUSHES FOR BIGGER BUDGET FOR COMMUNITY PROGRAMME. Brief Article 309
EUROPEAN COMMISSION. Calendar 398
EUROPEAN COMMISSION: NEW DIRECTOR-GENERAL FOR TRANSLATION SERVICE. Brief Article 121
EUROPEAN DIARY. Calendar 222
EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT BACKS SHIP SECURITY MEASURE. Brief Article 195
FINANCE COUNCIL: RECOMMENDATIONS ON FRANCE AND GERMANY TOP NOVEMBER 24/25 AGENDA. 619
FINANCIAL SERVICES: EUROFI REPORTS ON CHALLENGES TO MARKET INTEGRATION. 857
FISHERIES: LOBBY GROUPS SAY ICES ADVICE WILL DEVASTATE INDUSTRY. 465
FISHERIES: NEW FUNDS FOR FISH CONTROL FOR NEW MEMBER STATES. Brief Article 214
GLOBALISATION: EUROPEANS FAVOUR FURTHER GLOBALISATION, EUROBAROMETER POLL SHOWS. Brief Article 225
IGC/EURATOM: PRESSURE BUILDS UP FOR GOVERNMENT-TO-GOVERNMENT POW-POW. Brief Article 222
INFORMATION SOCIETY: MEPS WANT TO RAISE EU FINANCING FOR TRANS-EUROPEAN NETWORKS. Brief Article 131
INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY: ETNO FEARS TOUGHER DIRECTIVE ON RIGHTS WILL IMPEDE BROADBAND. Brief Article 186
JUSTICE AND HOME AFFAIRS: COUNCIL MIXED RESPONSE TO COMMISSION VISA PROPOSALS. 781
JUSTICE AND HOME AFFAIRS: PARLIAMENT SAYS SCHENGEN DATA BASE NEEDS TO BE CONTROLLED BETTER. Brief Article 333
JUSTICE AND HOME AFFAIRS: SPAIN AND GREECE FLOAT PLANS FOR SEA-BORDER CENTRES. 443
LOYOLA DE PALACIO RE-EMPHASISES PRO-NUCLEAR STANCE. Brief Article 186
MEPS APPROVE EXTENSION OF HOPS SUPPORT REGIME TO 2004. Brief Article 181
PHARMACEUTICALS: DRUG INDUSTRY BACKS MEPS' APPROACH TO STEM-CELL RESEARCH. Brief Article 192
REGIONAL POLICY: ITALIAN PRESIDENCY ISSUES CONCLUSIONS ON MOUNTAIN REGIONS. Brief Article 198
RESEARCH: EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT ADOPTS OPINION ON STEM CELLS. 445
RESEARCH: PARLIAMENT DEMANDS ACTION TO ACHIEVE BARCELONA TARGET. 419
ROAD TRANSPORT: AUSTRIAN ACTION DISMISSED IN ECOPOINTS RULING. 430
SHELL AND EXXONMOBIL ALLOWED TO SPLIT BEB GAS BUSINESS. Brief Article 130
SHIPPING: PARLIAMENT BURIES LIBERALISATION OF PORT SERVICES. 709
SOUTH KOREAN CHIP-MAKER HYNIX PROTESTS AGAINST EU DUMPING DUTIES. Brief Article 216
STATE AID: FRENCH MEAT TAX FOR CARCASS DISPOSAL ANTI-COMPETITIVE. 326
TAXATION: PARLIAMENT REJECTS HARMONISATION OF FUEL EXCISE DUTIES. Brief Article 222
TELECOMMUNICATIONS COUNCIL: MINISTERS AGREE ON E-GOVERNMENT PROGRAMME. 709
TELECOMMUNICATIONS COUNCIL: NETWORK AND INFORMATION SECURITY AGENCY TO OPEN IN EARLY 2004. 678
TELECOMMUNICATIONS: ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATIONS MARKET PICKING UP. 652
TELECOMMUNICATIONS: MEPS BACK COMMISSION CRACKDOWN ON LIBERALISATION EFFORTS. 299
TRADE: EU POSTS EURO 0.5 BILLION DEFICIT IN SEPTEMBER. Brief Article 281

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