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Articles from European Report (February 28, 2004)

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AGRICULTURE: COMMISSION RECASTS WINE LABELLING REGULATION. 420
BIOTECHNOLOGY: REGISTER OF INFORMATION ABOUT GENETIC MODIFICATIONS EXPLAINED. 503
CASES IN THE COURT OF JUSTICE. Calendar 1631
CHANGES AND EXEMPTIONS FROM REGULATION ON WASTE STATISTICS. Brief Article 178
CHANGES TO EAGGF FUNDS FOR INVESTMENT BY FARMERS IN NEW MEMBER STATES. Brief Article 130
CIVIL AVIATION: EXTENSION OF COMPETITION RULES TO COVER INTERNATIONAL ROUTES. Brief Article 246
COMMISSION COMMUNICATION ON CO-OPERATIVES PUBLISHED. 110
COMMISSION PREPARES DIRECTIVE ON RIGHT TO TRANSFER COMPANY SEAT. Brief Article 306
COMMISSION RECASTS DECISION EXTENDING CULTURE 2000 PROGRAMME. Brief Article 267
CONSUMER PRICES: INFLATION DOWN IN EURO-ZONE BUT STABLE IN THE EU IN FEBRUARY. Brief Article 183
COUNCIL ADOPTS DIRECTIVE ON MEASUREMENT INSTRUMENTS. Brief Article 146
COUNCIL DECISION ON FOREST FOCUS COMMITTEE PROCEDURE GOES TO COURT. Brief Article 193
DEVELOPMENT: EU URGED TO SEE POVERTY AS SECURITY ISSUE. Brief Article 189
ECONOMIC OUTLOOK: SENTIMENT INDICATOR STABLE IN EURO-ZONE AND IN EU IN FEBRUARY. 373
EDUCATION/YOUTH/CULTURE COUNCIL: MINISTERS SUPPORTIVE OF EUROPASS BUT RAISE SOME CONCERNS. 830
EEA: COMMISSION PROPOSES PROVISIONAL ENLARGEMENT OF SINGLE MARKET. Brief Article 321
EMU: NEW EUROSTAT DECISION ON ACCOUNTING FOR PENSION FUNDS AND PUBLIC DEFICITS. 355
ENLARGEMENT: COMMISSION PLAYS DOWN FEARS OF MASSIVE INFLUX OF MIGRANT WORKERS. 1311
ENVIRONMENT COUNCIL: BRIEF AGENDA FOR TRANSITION SESSION ON MARCH 2. 372
ENVIRONMENT: GRUELLING WASTE PREVENTION AND RECYCLING DEBATE IN THE OFFING. 868
ENVIRONMENT: MOVE TOWARDS TOTAL BAN ON CADMIUM IN BATTERIES. 383
ENVIRONMENT: PARLIAMENT APPROVES REGULATION ON PERSISTENT ORGANIC POLLUANTS. 470
EU ADJUSTS STANDARDS FOR TESTING AND DETECTING AZODYES. Brief Article 147
EU COUNCIL OF MINISTERS. Calendar 145
EU SENDS MOROCCO FIRST EURO 500,000 OF RELIEF AID AFTER EARTHQUAKE. Brief Article 141
EU/CHINA/MACAO: PARLIAMENT BACKS VISA AND RE-ADMISSION AGREEMENTS. 665
EU/CROATIA: WAR CRIMES CO-OPERATION STILL KEY POTENTIAL STUMBLING BLOCK TO MEMBERSHIP. 563
EU/FYROM PRESIDENT'S DEATH DELAYS EU MEMBERSHIP BID. Brief Article 262
EU/LEBANON: EU MINISTERS CALL ON LEBANON TO FULFIL PROMISED REFORMS. 1096
EU/MEDITERRANEAN STATES: PATTEN WELCOMES AGADIR AGREEMENT. 404
EU/ROMANIA: BUCHAREST LOOKS TO RESPOND TO "WAKE-UP" CALL. 511
EU/RUSSIA: LOYOLA DE PALACIO WANTS DEADLINE FOR MOSCOW TO RATIFY KYOTO PROTOCOL. 679
EU/RUSSIA: PARIS SAYS "BE MORE SYMPATHETIC" TOWARDS MOSCOW. 623
EU/SOUTH CAUCASUS: MEPS SAY UNION SHOULD STEP UP ITS ROLE IN THE REGION. 530
EU/SOUTH-EAST ASIA: BANGKOK TO HOST EMERGENCY BIRD 'FLU SUMMIT ON FEBRUARY 26-28. Brief Article 180
EU/SWITZERLAND: COMMISSION DELAYS IMPOSITION OF CUSTOMS DUTY. Brief Article 181
EU/UNITED STATES: AGREEMENT ON GALILEO-GPS COHABITATION. 689
EU/UNITED STATES: EU MEDIATION TO RESOLVE oMISUNDERSTANDINGo ABOUT MEAT PRODUCTS. 603
EU/US: LAMY SAYS WTO FRAMEWORK DEAL COULD BE REACHED BY MAY. 458
EU/US: WTO CONFIRMS SANCTIONS AGAINST WASHINGTON'S 1916 DUMPING LAW. 765
EU/WTO: COMMISSION BURIES 'COLLECTIVE PREFERENCES' PAPER. Brief Article 124
EURO-MED CO-OPERATION TURNS TO IMMIGRATION AND FIGHTING COUNTERFEITING. Brief Article 259
EUROPEAN COMMISSION. Calendar 403
EUROPEAN COMMISSION: PRIORITIES FOR 2005 POINT TO TIGHT BUDGET. 453
EUROPEAN COMMISSION: REFORM OF STAFF REGULATIONS TO ENTER INTO FORCE ON MAY 1. Brief Article 292
EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT DEMANDS END TO BRITISH BUDGET REBATE. Brief Article 215
EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT ISSUES RECOMMENDATIONS ON RUSSIA TO MEMBER STATES. 305
EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT. Brief Article 171
EUROPOL CO-ORDINATES GLOBAL CHILD PORNOGRAPHY BUST. Brief Article 152
FARM COUNCIL: AVIAN FLU, PRICE PRESSURE AND ANIMAL WELFARE DOMINATE FEBRUARY SESSION. 1508
FINANCIAL SERVICES: LEASING COMPANIES OPTIMISTIC ABOUT BUSINESS PROSPECTS. 365
HEALTH EXPERTS SUGGEST HEART DISEASE COULD BE REDUCED BY 60%. Brief Article 193
INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY: MEMBER STATES APPROVE COMPROMISE LIKELY TO BE ENDORSED BY PARLIAMENT. 470
INTRA-CYPRIOT REUNIFICATION TALKS MARKING TIME. 424
JUSTICE AND HOME AFFAIRS: COMPENSATION FOR CRIMES DIRECTIVE PROGRESS IN COUNCIL. 754
NEW CZECH CANDIDATE COMMISSIONER CONFIRMED. Brief Article 247
NEW MEMBERS GET EXTENDED DEADLINES FOR IMPLEMENTING PACKAGING WASTE DIRECTIVE. Brief Article 127
NIELSON PROMISES MORE EU AID FOR IVORY COAST WAR VICTIMS. Brief Article 233
PARLIAMENT MAY INSIST ON CO-DECISION FOR GAS STOCKS DIRECTIVE. Brief Article 321
PARLIAMENT SPLIT ON RESUMPTION OF TALKS WITH COUNCIL ON MEP STATUTE. Brief Article 112
POTTERING DELAYS VOTE ON CONCESSIONS TO TORIES IN EPP-ED GROUP RULES. 292
RAIL TRANSPORT: THIRD RAIL PACKAGE TO BE UNVEILED ON MARCH 3. 949
REGIONAL POLICY: USUAL POSITIONS REITERATED AT INFORMAL COUNCIL. 537
RESEARCH: EU SPENT JUST 1.98% OF GDP ON R&D IN 2001. 655
SECURITY SERVICES: UNION OBJECTS TO GROUP 4/SECURICOR MERGER ON GROUNDS OF POOR LABOUR PRACTICE. 857
SPINELLI GROUP WANTS PES CANDIDATE FOR COMMISSION PRESIDENCY. Brief Article 298
TAXATION: EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT COMMITTE REJECTS VAT ON POSTAL SERVICES. Brief Article 164
TRANSPORT/ENERGY: COUNCIL ADOPTS COMMON POSITION ON NETWORK FUNDING, BUT MEPS STILL ANGRY. 530
TWELVE STATES FAIL TO RESPECT DIRECTIVE ON MARITIME TRAFFIC MONITORING. 223
UKRAINE AND LITHUANIA SIGN NEW VISA AGREEMENT. Brief Article 206
UNCTAD CALLS FOR MORE ACTION ON COMMODITIES. 412
UNICE WANTS EUROPEAN COUNCIL TO DEBATE KYOTO PROTOCOL. Brief Article 172

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