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Articles from European Report (January 24, 2004)

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A BIGGER ROLE FOR SMES IN ACCEDING STATES? Brief Article 167
ACP BACKS EU TALKS WITH GUINEA-BISSAU COUP LEADERS. Brief Article 141
AGRICULTURE: COMMISSION CLEARS STATE AID FOR QUALITY RED MEAT IN SCOTLAND. 336
AGRICULTURE: FRENCH FEDERATIONS GRANTED REPRIEVE ON BEEF FINES. 411
AGRICULTURE: HEARING ON ACTION PLAN FOR oNICHEo ORGANIC FARMING. 425
ANIMAL TRANSPORT: PARLIAMENTARY HEARING RAISES MORE QUESTIONS. 362
BELGIUM QUERIES LEGALITY OF PERSONAL DATA TRANSFERS FOR US AIRLINE PASSENGERS. Brief Article 303
BIOTECHNOLOGY: COMMISSION ADOPTS NEW GM-IDENTIFICATION SYSTEM. Brief Article 289
CHEMICALS: COMMISSION CLEARS KOCH'S PURCHASE OF INVISTA. Brief Article 105
CIVIL AVIATION: THREE-WAY INSTITUTIONAL AGREEMENT ON SAFETY OF NON-EU AIRCRAFT. 344
COAL MINING: GO-AHEAD FOR FRENCH STATE AID TO LORRAINE MINES. Brief Article 196
COMMISSION CONFIRMS BAN ON CARCINOGENIC CHILLI PRODUCTS. Brief Article 238
COMMITTEE OF THE REGIONS DEFENDS 1.24% OF GDP BUDGET OPTION. Brief Article 209
COMPANY LAW: COMMISSION PROPOSES TO SUPPORT DEVELOPMENT OF CO-OPERATIVES. 545
COMPROMISE ON AIRLINE PASSENGER COMPENSATION CALLED INTO QUESTION? Brief Article 344
COURT SAYS COMMISSION AND COUNCIL WERE WRONG TO REFUSE ACCESS TO DOCUMENTS. Brief Article 193
EBRD EXTENDS EURO 20 MILLION CREDIT LINE FOR SMALLER HUNGARIAN FIRMS. Brief Article 125
EBRD WITHDRAWS FROM SUCCESSFUL LITHUANIAN DAIRY FIRM. Brief Article 105
ECB HEAVYWEIGHT BACKS COMMISSION APPEAL ON STABILITY PACT. Brief Article 220
ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL COMMITTEE. 362
ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL COMMITTEE: LITHUANIAN MEMBERS NOMINATED. Brief Article 150
ECONOMIC POLICY: LISBON STRATEGY: BALL NOW IN THE MEMBER STATES' COURT. 932
ECONOMIC POLICY: NINE MEMBER STATES MAKING HEADWAY ON REFORMS. 1099
EMPLOYMENT: COMMISSION WARNS OF MISSED TARGETS IN JOINT REPORT. 616
EMU: EURO COIN COUNTERFEITING ON THE INCREASE. 264
ENERGY: EUROPEAN ELECTRICITY SYSTEM BECOMING INCREASINGLY UNRELIABLE. Brief Article 266
ENERGY: HYDROGEN TECHNOLOGY PLATFORM TAKES OFF. Brief Article 281
ENLARGEMENT: BALTICS' LINKS WITH RUSSIA UNDER MEPS' SCRUTINY. 377
ENLARGEMENT: MORE QUESTIONS THAN ANSWERS ON NEW MEMBER STATES' HEAVY INDUSTRIES. 754
ENVIRONMENT: COMMISSION ISSUES NEW COMMUNICATION ON SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT. 878
ENVIRONMENT: INSTITUTIONS IN SEARCH OF DEAL ON ENVIRONMENTAL LIABILITY. 314
ENVIRONMENT: IRISH PRESIDENCY TO OBSERVE PROCEDURES DESPITE HEAVY SCHEDULE. 1159
ENVIRONMENT: MEPS DEMAND STRICTER LIMITS ON AIR POLLUTANTS. 875
ENVIRONMENT: MEPS RECOMMEND PHASE-OUT OF PERSISTENT ORGANIC POLLUTANTS. 560
EU AGREES NEW VISA BAN LIST FOR BURMA. 226
EU AUTHORISATION FOR CAPACITY TRANSFER BETWEEN GERMAN SHIPYARDS. Brief Article 141
EU LEGISLATIVE PROPOSAL ON AIR PASSENGER INFORMATION DUE OUT BY THE SUMMER. Brief Article 209
EU URGES ALBANIA TO SPEED UP REFORMS. Brief Article 293
EU/FIJI: EURO 21 MILLION AID PROGRAMME AGREED. Brief Article 185
EU/LATIN AMERICA: PATTEN SAYS MERCOSUR DEAL IN SIGHT. 571
EU/NATO: INITIAL TALKS ON EU'S POSSIBLE 2004 TAKEOVER OF MILITARY FORCE IN BOSNIA. Brief Article 168
EU/SOUTH CAUCASUS: UNION SET FOR "WIDER EUROPE" POLICY MOVE? Brief Article 258
EU/THAILAND: POULTRY IMPORTS SUSPENDED AFTER AVIAN INFLUENZA OUTBREAK. Brief Article 294
EU/UKRAINE: FRESH CONTRIBUTION FOR CHERNOBYL SHELTER FUND APPROVED. 164
EU/WESTERN BALKANS: POSITIVE ECONOMIC TRENDS BUT FURTHER REFORM PROGRESS NEEDED. 262
EUROPEAN COMMISSION. Calendar 414
EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT: MAIN ACTIVITIES IN THE WEEK BEGINNING JANUARY 26. 1076
EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT: QUESTIONS OVER GERMAN INFLUENCE IN NEXT LEGISLATURE. 855
FINANCE COUNCIL: STABILITY AND CONVERGENCE PROGRAMMES HIGH ON LIST OF PRESIDENCY PRIORITIES. 323
GENERAL AFFAIRS AND EXTERNAL RELATIONS COUNCIL: IRISH PRESIDENCY LOOKS TO FOCUS MINDS AT JANUARY 26 SESSION. 889
GERMAN FARMING INDUSTRY WINS NEW STATE SUPPORT. Brief Article 165
INDUSTRIAL POLICY: UNICE CALLS FOR NEW AGENDA TO BOOST EUROPEAN INDUSTRY. 399
INFLATION: EU AND EURO-ZONE RATES FALL IN DECEMBER. Brief Article 174
INSURANCE: EIGHT MEMBER STATES REFERRED TO COURT OVER WINDING-UP DIRECTIVE. Brief Article 239
INTEGRATED RESEARCH PROJECT ON SEAFOOD LAUNCHED. Brief Article 115
JUSTICE AND HOME AFFAIRS COUNCIL: ASYLUM PROCEDURES DIRECTIVE INCHES FORWARD. 910
JUSTICE AND HOME AFFAIRS COUNCIL: MINISTERS HESITANT ON EU EVIDENCE WARRANT. 836
JUSTICE AND HOME AFFAIRS: QUICK SWITCH TO CO-DECISION UNLIKELY, SAYS IRISH PRESIDENCY. 889
LEGISLATION ON FRESH WATER QUALITY STREAMLINED. Brief Article 188
LIBYAN MPS TO PAY FIRST VISIT TO EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT. 373
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING: INA AND AIG ABANDON FRENCH BEARINGS FIRM TAKEOVER FROWNED ON BY COMMISSION. Brief Article 155
MEMBER STATES APPROVE EXPORT REFUNDS FOR PORK. Brief Article 174
MEP STATUTE: PARLIAMENT READY TO DROP TAX CLAIMS TO SECURE COUNCIL APPROVAL. 385
PARLIAMENT WANTS MARITIME AGENCY TO HAVE TOUGHER TOOLS TO FIGHT POLLUTION. Brief Article 117
PASSENGER TRANSPORT: IRELAND ANXIOUS TO REVIVE PUBLIC SERVICE CONTRACT ISSUE. 932
PHARMACEUTICALS: EU MEDICINES AGENCY REVEALS PLANS FOR 2004. 210
PHARMACEUTICALS: GE GETS OK TO BUY AMERSHAM. Brief Article 155
PUBLIC SCRUTINY FOR EUROPEAN FOOD SAFETY AUTHORITY MEETINGS. Brief Article 237
REGIONAL POLICY: PARLIAMENT CONCERNED OVER MEMBER STATES' POOR SPENDING FORECASTS. 583
SHIPBUILDING: TEMPORARY DEFENSIVE MECHANISM TO BE ROLLED OVER. Brief Article 218
SLOVENIA NAMES CANDIDATE EUROPEAN COMMISSION MEMBER. Brief Article 274
SPACE: MEPS TABLE MOTION ON EUROPEAN SPACE POLICY. 436
TAXATION: FRENCH REQUEST FOR LOWER VAT RATE FOR CATERING TURNED DOWN. 506
TELECOMMUNICATIONS: ALL-CLEAR FOR STATE TAKEOVER OF BELGACOM PENSION OBLIGATIONS. Brief Article 274

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