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Articles from European Report (December 11, 2004)

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ANIMAL FEED: EU FINES VITAMIN CARTEL EURO 66 MILLION. 392
ASSOCIATION OF EUROPEAN CANCER LEAGUES UNVEILS NEW PATIENTS' RIGHTS GUIDELINES. Brief Article 116
AUDITING: MINISTERS BACK NEW RULES TO AVERT FUTURE CORPORATE SCANDALS. Brief Article 251
BANKING: CONSOLIDATION IS NOT THE ONLY WAY TO INTEGRATED MARKET, SAY SAVINGS BANKS. Brief Article 294
BUSINESS NEWS IN BRIEF. Brief Article 170
CAMPINA AND ARLA TO FORM WORLD'S LARGEST DAIRY CO-OP. Brief Article 202
CASES IN THE EUROPEAN COURT OF JUSTICE. Calendar 3186
CFI PRESIDENT: "USEFUL" TO KNOW HOW EU COURT JUDGES VOTE. Brief Article 314
COMMISSION AND EU-25 BACK PASCAL LAMY AS NEXT WTO DIRECTOR-GENERAL. Brief Article 140
COMPETITION: NEELIE KROES SAYS TOUGH DECISIONS PROVE SHE'S NO "PUSSYCAT". Brief Article 175
COMPETITIVENESS: BARROSO CONFIRMS COMMITMENT TO GROWTH AND JOBS. Brief Article 248
CONSERVATION: NATURA NETWORK GAINS NEW PROTECTED ATLANTIC AND CONTINENTAL REGIONS. 518
COUNCIL AGREES STRICTER LIMITS ON SULPHUR IN MARINE FUELS. Brief Article 112
COUNCIL PAVES WAY FOR EARLY DEAL ON SEAFARERS' CERTIFICATES. 337
EARLY WARNING SIGNALS ON ENLARGEMENT. 363
ENERGY: CONFLICTING VIEWS ON THE FUTURE OF NUCLEAR POWER. 476
ENERGY: EU BLOCKS "BAD" EDP/GDP MERGER. 811
ENERGY: LUXEMBOURG AND UK PRESIDENCIES SET JOINT PRIORITIES FOR 2005. 699
ENLARGEMENT: REHN REVIEWS THE PROSPECTS FOR THE CANDIDATE COUNTRIES. 756
ENVIRONMENT: SHARED AGENDA FOR LUXEMBOURG AND UK PRESIDENCIES. 501
EU BUDGET: COUNCIL OPPOSES COMMISSION CALL FOR GREATER FLEXIBILITY. 488
EU CLEARS DUTCH MEAT FIRM TO BUY FEED COMPANY. Brief Article 141
EU COMPETITION LAW IS A TEMPLATE FOR THE REST OF THE WORLD, SAYS US OFFICIAL. Brief Article 132
EU CONSTITUTION: UK TO ASK VOTERS STRAIGHT QUESTION IN REFERENDUM. 382
EU POLICE MISSION IN CONGO TO BE LAUNCHED IN THE NEW YEAR. Brief Article 131
EU/ACP: NEGOTIATIONS ON COTONOU AGREEMENT REVIEW MAKE SOME PROGRESS. 620
EU/ASIA: CALL TO PROTECT BEACHES UNDER THREAT FROM SHIPBREAKING. 348
EU/CHINA: LEADERS LOOK TO BOOST STRATEGIC TIES DESPITE ARMS EMBARGO DISAGREEMENT. 1167
EU/CROATIA: 'CONDITIONAL DATE' FOR STARTING ACCESSION TALKS IN THE OFFING. 335
EU/IMO: EU HESITATES TO EXTEND LIABILITY FOR POLLUTION AT SEA. Brief Article 280
EU/ISRAEL: PEACE PROCESS SET TO DOMINATE ASSOCIATION COUNCIL MEETING. 598
EU/MEDITERRANEAN STATES: COMMISSION LAYS THE FOUNDATIONS OF ITS NEW NEIGHBOURHOOD POLICY. 389
EU/PALESTINE: EU ELECTION OBSERVATION MISSION HEADS TO PALESTINE. Brief Article 251
EU/ROMANIA: ACCESSION NEGOTIATIONS CLOSED WITH TOUGH CONDITIONS. 682
EU/RUSSIA: ENERGY DIALOGUE BRANCHES OUT. 790
EU/TURKEY: FURTHER CONSULTATION IN RUN-UP TO EUROPEAN SUMMIT. 349
EU/UKRAINE: CLOSER 'NEIGHBOURHOOD' TIES TO HINGE ON SUCCESSFUL ELECTIONS. 812
EUROBAROMETER: LATEST POLL SHOWS MORE POSITIVE IMAGE FOR EU. 1079
EUROPEAN COMMISSION. Calendar 519
EUROPEAN COMMISSION: BARROSO TO FINALISE HIS TEAM'S PRIORITIES IN JANUARY. 353
EUROPEAN COMMISSION: FERRERO-WALDNER TO TAKE SOLE CHARGE OF EUROPEAID. Brief Article 245
EUROPEAN DIARY. Calendar 296
EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT. Calendar 1247
EXTERNAL RELATIONS IN BRIEF. Brief Article 264
FINE CHEMICALS PRODUCERS JOIN FORCES TO BOOST COMPETITIVENESS. Brief Article 174
FIRST EUROPEAN TROIKA MISSION SETS OFF FOR NEPAL. Brief Article 206
FISHERIES: 30% OF MARINE AREAS SHOULD BE CLOSED TO FISHING, SAY UK SCIENTISTS. 418
FISHERIES: COMMISSION TABLES 2005 FISH QUOTAS PROPOSAL. Brief Article 259
FRANCE CONDEMNED OVER BREACH OF EURATOM LAW ON NUCLEAR EMERGENCIES. Brief Article 307
GENERAL AFFAIRS AND EXTERNAL RELATIONS COUNCIL: EU ENLARGEMENT QUESTIONS PROMINENT AT PRE-SUMMIT GATHERING. 416
INTERNAL MARKET NEWS IN BRIEF. Brief Article 229
ITALY HAULED UP FOR AIRPORT GROUND-HANDLING LEGISLATION. Brief Article 259
MONT BLANC AND FREJUS TUNNEL TOLLS GET VAT DEROGATION. Brief Article 127
PAEDIATRICIANS' ASSOCIATION WELCOMES PROPOSAL FOR DRUG LEGISLATION. Brief Article 196
RAIL TRAFFICE: TRAIN DRIVERS' LICENCE AGREEMENT. Brief Article 297
RECENT LOANS AND GRANTS BY THE EIB AND THE EBRD. Brief Article 303
SHIPBUILDING: THYSSENKRUPP CLEARED TO BUY HDW. Brief Article 221
SHIPPING: MIXED REACTION FROM COUNCIL TO PORT LIBERALISATION PLAN. Brief Article 273
SOCIAL AFFAIRS COUNCIL: MINISTERS DISCUSS MIGRATION, EQUALITY AND SEXUAL HARASSMENT. 326
SOCIAL POLICY: MINISTERS FAIL TO AGREE HOW TO REVISE WORKING TIME DIRECTIVE. Brief Article 304
TAXATION: COUNCIL ADOPTS CODE OF CONDUCT ON TRANSFER PRICING. Brief Article 188
TAXATION: DOSSIERS MARK TIME IN COUNCIL. Brief Article 270
TELECOMMUNICATIONS COUNCIL: SAFER INTERNET PLUS PROGRAMME WILL ENTER INTO FORCE NEXT YEAR. 678
TELECOMS REGULATORS ASK MOBILE OPERATORS TO EXPLAIN ROAMING CHARGES. Brief Article 264
TRANSPORT COUNCIL: MINISTERS STRIKE DEAL ON NEW SAFETY AT SEA RULES. Brief Article 307
VAT DEROGATION FOR COMPANY CARS IN THE UK ROLLED OVER FOR 3 YEARS. Brief Article 111

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