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Articles from European Report (February 16, 2005)

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* One-on-One: TAIWAN UNDERSCORES OPPOSITION TO LIFTING CHINESE ARMS EMBARGO. Interview 871
AGRICULTURE: PESTICIDES INDUSTRY LAUNCHES CHARM OFFENSIVE. 523
ANALYSIS: SCHRODER THROWS HAND GRENADE INTO TRANSATLANTIC RELATIONS. 695
BROADCASTING: EU PASSES GERMAN CABLE TV TIE-UP TO BUNDESKARTELLAMT. Brief Article 194
BUSINESS NEWS IN BRIEF. 282
DEVELOPMENT: CIVIL SOCIETY MUST BE INTEGRATED IN DEVELOPMENT POLICY. Brief Article 180
DEVELOPMENT: EU "COMMITTED" TO FIGHTING GLOBAL AIDS CRISIS. 330
DEVELOPMENT: MINISTERS MULL IDEAS FOR MEETING UN GOALS AHEAD OF SEPTEMBER SUMMIT. Brief Article 299
DEVELOPMENT: NGOS TELL MEMBER STATES TO KEEP THEIR PROMISES. 701
DRUGS: ACTION PLAN FOCUSES ON REDUCING SUPPLY AND DEMAND. 339
ECOFIN COUNCIL: MINISTERS TO DISCUSS AVIATION FUEL TAX. Brief Article 319
ECONOMIC TRENDS: GDP GROWTH OF 0.3% IN FOURTH QUARTER OF 2004, SAYS EUROSTAT DATA. Brief Article 179
ENERGY: STILL NO DEAL ON GAS STORAGE GUIDELINES. Brief Article 244
ENTERPRISE: SMES CONCERNED ABOUT ENTREPRENEURSHIP DILUTING CHARTER. Brief Article 148
ENVIRONMENT: AGREEMENT ON BIODEGRADABLE POLYMERS. Brief Article 198
ENVIRONMENT: CONTROVERSY OVER APPLICATION OF THE AARHUS CONVENTION. 386
EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES: GENDER PAY GAP STILL TOO HIGH, SAYS REPORT. Brief Article 149
EU/AFGHANISTAN: EU AND UN STAGE DEBATE ON DISPLACED AFGHANS IN NEIGHBOURING COUNTRIES. Brief Article 153
EU/ASIA: AID MISSION TOUCHES DOWN IN TSUNAMI-HIT REGIONS. Brief Article 154
EU/ASIA: TSUNAMI AID HITS EURO 323 MILLION. 601
EU/FYROM: MACEDONIAN PRIME MINISTER RETURNS QUESTIONNAIRE ON ACCESSION. 470
EU/RUSSIA: KYPRIANOU IN MOSCOW IN BID TO SOLVE CERTIFICATES DEADLOCK. Brief Article 244
EU/US: EU OFFICIALS IN DAILY CONTACT WITH US ON MAJOR ANTITRUST CASES. Brief Article 208
EUROJUST/US: TERRORISM DOMINATES FIRST HIGH-LEVEL MEETING. Brief Article 207
EUROPEAN CONFERENCES. 2109
EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT: LIBERAL MEPS CALL FOR IMPROVEMENTS TO STABILITY PACT. 559
FINANCE COUNCIL: STABILITY PACT SET TO DOMINATE FEBRUARY 16-17 SESSION. 414
FISHERIES: FISHERMEN MUST PULL THEIR WEIGHT TO PROTECT FISH STOCKS, SAYS BORG. Brief Article 102
FLYING BLIND ON DEVELOPMENT FUNDING. 364
HEALTH: EU MUST CATCH UP ON BIOTECH MEDICINES, SAY RESEARCHERS. Brief Article 232
INDUSTRY: EU REGULATORS INVESTIGATE SIEMENS BID FOR VA TECH. Brief Article 175
INFORMATION SOCIETY: EDUCATION AND REVENUE KEY FACTORS IN DIGITAL DIVIDE. Brief Article 300
INFORMATION SOCIETY: WORKSHOP SEEKS TO IMPROVE ICT TRAINING STANDARDS. Brief Article 159
PACKAGING: COURT SAYS COMMISSION WAS WRONG TO BLOCK TETRA LAVAL MERGER. 510
POSTAL SERVICES: GERMAN REGULATOR ORDERS DEUTSCHE POST TO GIVE UP LETTER MONOPOLY. Brief Article 116
PUBLIC HEALTH: EUCOMED CALLS FOR SINGLE MARKET IN MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY. Brief Article 154
ROAD TRANSPORT: EU SUPPORT FOR SEATBELT CAMPAIGN. Brief Article 180
SERVICES: HARMONISE STANDARDS BUT DON'T LOWER THEM, SOCIALISTS SAY. 840
STABILITY PACT: COMMISSION TO ADOPT RECOMMENDATIONS ON SEVEN STABILITY AND CONVERGENCE PROGRAMMES. Brief Article 114
STABILITY PACT: EUROSTAT ANALYSES TRANSFERS FROM EU BUDGET TO MEMBER STATES. Brief Article 177
TRADE POLICY: MANDELSON CALLS FOR FLEXIBILITY FOR DEVELOPING COUNTRIES. 975

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