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Articles from European Report (November 26, 2003)

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ACP MINISTERS GATHER IN BRUSSELS TO DEBATE CANCUN FALLOUT. Brief Article 172
BANKING: GERMAN SUPERVISORY AUTHORITY NOT LIABLE IN DEPOSIT GUARANTEE FAILURE. 423
BUDGET COUNCIL: COUNCIL PAVES THE WAY FOR FINAL DEAL ON 2004 BUDGET. 510
BUDGET: DEROGATION FROM FINANCIAL REGULATION FOR EU TRANSLATION CENTRE. Brief Article 192
BUDGET: REDING DENIES ANY RESPONSIBILITY IN EU PUBLICATIONS OFFICE MANAGEMENT. 508
CIVIL AVIATION: AIRLINES URGE COMMISSION TO STAND FIRM ON STATE AID. 312
COMMISSION ADAPTS EXTERNAL SERVICE TO ITS POLITICAL PRIORITIES. 352
COMMISSION PROPOSES DATA EXCHANGE WEBSITE ON MIGRATION. Brief Article 197
COMPETITIVENESS COUNCIL: HEAVY AGENDA FOR NOVEMBER 26-27 SESSION. 2604
CONSUMER POLICY: MINISTERS CALL FOR INTEGRATION OF CONSUMERS' RIGHTS IN EU CONSTITUTION. Brief Article 195
COURT OF JUSTICE: EUROPEAN CIVIL SERVANTS TO PAY OWN COURT EXPENSES. 335
CULTURE COUNCIL: POLITICAL AGREEMENT ON SUPPORT PROGRAMME FOR CULTURAL BODIES. 982
CUSTOMS: RISE IN COUNTERFEIT GOODS SEIZURES. 417
ECOFIN COUNCIL: MEMBER STATES ABANDON STABILITY PACT'S LEGALLY-BINDING NATURE. 428
EDUCATION/YOUTH: MINISTERS GIVE LEGAL SETTING TO FUNDING OF ORGANISATIONS. 1737
EDUCATION: COUNCIL ADOPTS ERASMUS MUNDUS PROGRAMME. 336
EDUCATION: EIB LENDS EURO 20 MILLION FOR FINNISH REGIONAL EDUCATION. Brief Article 144
EIB AWARDS LOAN OF EURO 30 MILLION FOR SMALL INVESTMENT PROJECTS IN BALTIC STATES. Brief Article 111
ENERGY: DRAFT REGULATION TO GOVERN GAS NETWORK ACCESS CONDITIONS. 353
ENLARGEMENT: EU PRESSURE ON NUCLEAR SAFETY IN FUTURE MEMBER STATES. 668
ENLARGEMENT: MORE CONCERNS ON INDUSTRIAL CHANGE IN NEW MEMBER STATES. 721
ENVIRONMENT: COLLECTION AND RECYCLING OF ALL BATTERIES MAY BECOME MANDANTORY. 1059
ENVIRONMENT: GREECE ACCUSED OF GAPS IN IMPLEMENTATION OF EU LEGISLATION. Brief Article 189
ENVIRONMENT: NEW FUNDING FOR LIFE PROJECTS ANNOUNCED. Brief Article 122
EU/CHINA: MONTI OPENS COMPETITION DIALOGUE. 339
EU/CROATIA: BRUSSELS LOOKS FOR CONTINUED REFORM EFFORTS AFTER ELECTIONS. 708
EU/FAO: EU TO SIGN UP TO INTERNATIONAL PLANT PROTECTION CONVENTION. Brief Article 227
EU/GEORGIA: EUROPEAN UNION LOOKS FOR FRESH ELECTIONS TO BRING STABILITY. 650
EU/INDIA: TRADE AND KASHMIR ON DELHI SUMMIT AGENDA. 760
EU/MALTA: TECHNICAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANCE FOR "PRE-ACCESSION" PROGRAMMES. Brief Article 278
EU/MEDITERRANEAN STATES: CATALOGUE OF RECOMMENDATIONS ON CULTURAL DIALOGUE. 391
EU/MEDITERRANEAN STATES: EURO-MED ENERGY FORUM PRESENTS RECOMMENDATIONS TO MINISTERS. 1134
EU/MOLDOVA: PARLIAMENT UNITES OVER EUROPEAN INTEGRATION. Brief Article 259
EU/NORTH KOREA/GEORGIA/EAST TIMOR/CHINA: EURO 11.5 MILLION HUMANITARIAN AID DECISIONS ANNOUNCED. Brief Article 182
EU/POLAND: POLAND FACING IMPORTANT ECONOMIC CHALLENGES ON ROAD TO EURO. 604
EU/UNITED STATES: COMMISSION JOINS INTERNATIONAL PARTNERSHIP ON HYDROGEN. Brief Article 162
EU/US: TOP BUSH OFFICIAL PLEDGES FSC, STEEL COMPLIANCE. 728
EU/VIETNAM: OFFICIALS DISCUSS REFORM, HUMAN RIGHTS. Brief Article 244
EURO 8 MILLION GRANT FOR HEALTH-CARE IN YEMEN. Brief Article 179
EUROCHAMBRES LAUNCHES TRAINING PROGRAMME ON EU ACQUIS FOR FUTURE MEMBER STATES. 146
EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT: LAUNCH OF THE EUROPEAN REFORMIST LEFT. Brief Article 232
FINANCIAL SERVICES: COMMISSION SALUTES PROGRESS ON ACTION PLAN IN 9TH PROGRESS REPORT. 365
FINANCIAL SERVICES: REPORT FLAGS UP POOR RESPECT FOR MORTGAGE INFORMATION CODE. 1107
FREEDOM OF THE PRESS: PARLIAMENT TO REPORT ON MEDIA PLURALISM IN ITALY. 140
INTER-GOVERNMENTAL CONFERENCE: UK AGREES TO GIVE EU SYMBOLS CONSTITUTIONAL VALUE. Brief Article 315
JUSTICE AND HOME AFFAIRS COUNCIL: BREAKTHROUGH HOPED FOR ON ASYLUM PROCEDURES DIRECTIVE. 1099
JUSTICE AND HOME AFFAIRS: EU NOT CO-OPERATING ENOUGH ON WAR CRIMES, EXPERTS SAY. 395
NIELSON SAYS TANZANIA SHOULD HAVE STAYED IN COMESA. Brief Article 167
PHARMACEUTICALS: EU PLANNING FOR PANDEMICS. 508
RESEARCH: NEW TECHNOLOGY IN FIGHT AGAINST TRAFFIC IN COUNTERFEIT GOODS. 396
SHIPBUILDING: COMMISSION OUTLINES POSITION ON LEADERSHIP 2015 INITIATIVE. 814
SHIPPING: MEMBERS OF TEMPORARY COMMITTEE ON SAFETY AT SEA APPOINTED. Brief Article 147
SINGLE MARKET: RISE IN NUMBER OF COMPLAINTS ABOUT BREACHES OF EU LAW. 402
SOCIAL POLICY: MEPS BACK MORE FUNDS FOR EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES ORGANISATIONS. 563
TOURISM: COMMISSION ISSUES COMMUNICATION ON SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT. Brief Article 144
TRANSPORT: DISPUTE OVER QUICK-START LIST FOR TRANS-EUROPEAN NETWORK PROJECTS. 580

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