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Articles from European Report (July 3, 2004)

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ACCESS TO DOCUMENTS: WWF TAKES COUNCIL TO COURT FOR WITHHOLDING WTO POLICY PAPER. Brief Article 285
AGRICULTURE: WELFARE RULES FOR BROILER CHICKENS EXPECTED BY END OF 2004. Brief Article 246
ANIMAL HEALTH: PETS GET PASSPORTS. Brief Article 221
AVIATION: COMMISSION LOOKS AT FUNDING FOR SECURITY MEASURES. 547
AVIATION: FRENCH TRANSPORT MINISTER WANTS FRENCH AIR SAFETY LABEL EXTENDED TO EU. Brief Article 187
BIOTECHNOLOGY: INDUSTRY DISAPPOINTED BY EU FAILURE TO AUTHORIZE MAIZE NK 603. 348
CASES IN THE COURT OF JUSTICE. Calendar 439
CHEMICALS: GREEN LIGHT FOR TWO JOINT VENTURES BY DOW AND KUWAIT PETROLEUM. Brief Article 110
CIVIL AVIATION: FUTURE GUIDELINES ON FUNDING OF AIRPORTS. 519
COMMISSION APPROVES SALE OF GERMAN COAL GROUP RAG'S US ASSETS. Brief Article 192
COMMISSION SPURNS SWEDISH ENERGY TAX BREAKS. Brief Article 238
COMPETITIVENESS COUNCIL: MINISTERS DEBATE PRODUCTIVITY AND RESEARCH. 995
CORPORATE RESPONSIBILITY: OVERVIEW OF CORE SUGGESTIONS FROM STAKEHOLDER FORUM. 728
COUNCIL OF MINISTERS: DUTCH KICK OFF THEIR PRESIDENCY UNDER THE SEAL OF LIBERALISM. 1778
CZECH CANDIDATE JAN HAMACEK RUES MISSED ELECTION CHANCE. 390
CZECH REPUBLIC GETS GREEN LIGHT FOR BIODIESEL SUBSIDY. 360
ECOFIN COUNCIL: EXCESSIVE DEFICITS AND DUTCH PRESIDENCY PRIORITIES TOP JULY 5 SESSION. 519
ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL COMMITTEE LENDS ITS SUPPORT TO THERMONUCLEAR FUSION. 368
ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL COMMITTEE. 258
ECONOMIC OUTLOOK: SLIGHT DETERIORATION IN ECONOMIC SENTIMENT IN EU IN JUNE. 351
ECONOMIC OUTLOOK: SLIGHT IMPROVEMENT IN GROWTH IN THE EURO-ZONE. Brief Article 269
EIB LENDS GOTEBORG ENERGI EURO 87.4 MILLION FOR NEW CHP PLANT. Brief Article 167
ELECTRICITY: EU GENERATES 2.2% MORE POWER IN 2003. Brief Article 260
ENERGY: COUNCIL ADOPTS EU NUCLEAR SAFETY CONCLUSIONS. Brief Article 110
ENERGY: DEROGATION FOR ESTONIA FOR OPENING OF ELECTRICITY MARKET. 487
ENERGY: FIASCO AS ELECTRICITY AND GAS DIRECTIVES ARE TAKEN ON BOARD. 708
EU CLEARS AUSTRIAN STATE AID FOR FOOD LABELS. Brief Article 168
EU COUNCIL OF MINISTERS. Calendar 142
EU COURT CONDEMNS FRANCE FOR NON-TRANSPOSITION OF BIOTECH PATENTS DIRECTIVE. 408
EU/ASEAN: SOLANA ATTACKS MYANMAR DEFENCE. 441
EU/BALKANS: TRAVEL BAN EXPANDED IN FORMER YUGOSLAV WAR CRIMES CRACKDOWN. 762
EU/GEORGIA: EU NAMES HEAD OF RULE OF LAW MISSION IN GEORGIA, ANNOUNCES FUNDS. 317
EU/HAITI: COMMISSION LIFTS AID SANCTIONS. Brief Article 240
EU/IRAQ: IRAQI MINISTERS INVITED TO EU'S FOREIGN AFFAIRS COUNCIL. 367
EU/ROMANIA: ENERGY CHAPTER CLOSED WITH FIVE-YEAR OIL STOCKS DEROGATION. 525
EU/ROMANIA: IMPOSITION OF VISAS ON SERBIA AND MONTENEGRO WELCOMED BY EU. Brief Article 240
EU/SADC: ECONOMIC PARTNERSHIP AGREEMENT TO BE LAUNCHED IN WINDHOEK. 731
EU/THAILAND: EU TO EXTEND BAN ON CHICKEN IMPORTS. Brief Article 196
EU/UKRAINE: UNION TO STRESS IMPORTANCE OF UPCOMING ELECTIONS AT JULY 8 SUMMIT. 1711
EU/US/CANADA/JAPAN: REGULATORS START LOOKING AT EQUIVALENCE OF ACCOUNTING STANDARDS. Brief Article 256
EU/WTO: DRAFT DOHA DEAL 'WITHIN STRIKING DISTANCE'. Brief Article 166
EURATOM: FRANCE BLACKLISTED FOR POOR PUBLIC INFORMATION ON RADIOLOGICAL EMERGENCIES. 415
EUROPEAN COMMISSION. Calendar 634
EUROPEAN COUNCIL: JOSE MANUEL DURAO BARROSO CONFIRMED FOR COMMISSION PRESIDENCY. 792
EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT: POLITICAL GROUPS START TO FORM IN NEWLY-ELECTED PARLIAMENT. 486
FISHERIES: NEW GUIDELINES SHOULD SIMPLIFY STATE AIDS. Brief Article 253
GM-SEED CATALOGUE DECISION PUSHED BACK UNTIL SEPTEMBER. Brief Article 110
IANNIS KASOULIDES: FIRST IN FIRST EUROPEAN ELECTIONS IN CYPRUS. 1078
INFORMATION SOCIETY: COMMISSION URGES DEVELOPMENT OF NEW MOBILE SERVICES. 472
IT'S JULY. WHERE'S MY ENERGY LIBERALISATION? 381
JUSTICE AND HOME AFFAIRS: IRISH PRESIDENCY CLOCKS UP IMPRESSIVE SCORECARD. 2093
JUSTICE AND HOME AFFAIRS: JOBS AND LANGUAGE THE KEY TO INTEGRATING MIGRANTS, SAYS VITORINO. 824
LATEST EU/ALBANIA TALKS HIGHLIGHT IMPLEMENTATION AND ADMINISTRATIVE CAPACITY. Brief Article 171
MONEY-LAUNDERING: NEW DIRECTIVE TABLED TO TACKLE TERRORIST FINANCING. 634
MOTOR INDUSTRY: APPROVAL GIVEN FOR VW AND OTHERS TO ACQUIRE LEASEPLAN. Brief Article 144
NEW COUNCIL OF EUROPE PROTOCOL ON MONEY-LAUNDERING IN PIPELINE. 325
OIL: GO-AHEAD FOR OKTAN HOLDING IN ARAL WARME. Brief Article 152
RESEARCH: COMMISSION LAUNCHES ERA-MORE NETWORK OF MOBILITY CENTRES FOR RESEARCHERS. 578
RUBBER PRODUCTS: CONTINENTAL'S ACQUISITION OF PHOENIX UNDER INVESTIGATION. 223
SHIPPING: CERTAIN FORMS OF TAX RELIEF ADOPTED IN BELGIUM IN 2002 DECLARED ILLEGAL. 225
SLIGHT DROP IN EU JOBLESS RATE IN MAY. Brief Article 152
SMALL BUSINESSES: IMPLEMENTATION OF SME CHARTER STILL VERY PATCHY. 382
SOFTWARE: MICROSOFT LAWYERS ASK EU COURTS TO TAKE ON BOARD US RULING. 484
STATOIL CAN RECLAIM SDS PETROL STATION CHAIN. Brief Article 108
TAXATION: OVERALL TAX BURDEN FALLS IN THE EU. 386
TELECOMMUNICATIONS: COMMISSION CONSIDERING REJECTING PUBLIC AID FOR FRANCE TELECOM. 534
TELECOMMUNICATIONS: COMMISSION DEFERS REVIEW OF RELEVANT MARKETS. 478
TEXTILES: EXPERTS RECOMMEND ACTION TO PROTECT EUROPE'S INDUSTRY. 975
TRANSPORT: AUTHORISATION OF AID PACKAGE FOR ROAD AND COMBINED TRANSPORT IN ITALY. Brief Article 125

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