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Articles from European Report (January 19, 2005)

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AGRICULTURE: FARMERS CONDEMN CAP REFORM AT EU CONFERENCE. Brief Article 163
AGRICULTURE: PROSPECTS FOR AGRICULTURAL MARKETS "MODERATELY POSITIVE", SAYS NEW REPORT. Brief Article 274
BANKING: CFI OVERTURNS COMMISSION DECISION ORDERING CREDIT MUTUEL TO REPAY STATE AID. Brief Article 161
BUSINESS NEWS IN BRIEF. Brief Article 126
BUSINESS: NEW SURVEY SHOWS EUROPEANS MUCH MORE RELUCTANT TO TAKE RISKS. 261
CHEMICALS: INDUSTRY MOBILISES BEFORE PARLIAMENT HEARING ON REACH. Brief Article 244
CLIMATE: POST-2012 DEBATE KICKS OFF IN EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT. 419
ECONOMIC POLICY: MONTI LAUNCHES NEW THINK-TANK. Brief Article 151
ENERGY: SWEDISH STATE POWER FIRM BIDS FOR DANISH UTILITY. Brief Article 145
ENVIRONMENT: ADDITIONS TO NATURA 2000 LIST OF PROTECTED SITES. 356
ENVIRONMENT: BELGIUM SENT TO COURT ON FOUR COUNTS. 341
ENVIRONMENT: GREECE HAULED UP FOR THREE INFRINGEMENTS. Brief Article 235
ENVIRONMENT: SIX INFRINGEMENTS IN PORTUGAL. 554
ENVIRONMENT: SPAIN RAISES COMMISSION IRE OVER WASTE, CONSERVATION AND NATURE SITES. 489
ESDP: LINK EU'S EXTERNAL SECURITY TO HOMELAND SECURITY, SAY MEPS. 338
EU-US: DECISION TO FREEZE SANCTIONS ON ILLEGAL TAX BREAKS DUE SOON. Brief Article 216
EU/BULGARIA: MORE ACCESSION WORK AHEAD AS SOFIA EYES 2009 EURO-ZONE ENTRY. 366
EU/CROATIA: MEMBERSHIP BY 2009 IS THE AIM AS COMMISSION TRAILS ENLARGEMENT CHANGES. 436
EU/UN: THE EU MUST PLAY A DRIVING ROLE IN ACHIEVING THE MILLENNIUM GOALS. 536
EU/WORLD BANK: AGRICULTURAL TRADE REFORM IS KEY TO ALLEVIATING POVERTY, SAYS NEW REPORT. 475
EU/WTO: COMMISSION WELCOMES SUTHERLAND PANEL IDEAS FOR REFORM. 373
EUROPEAN COMMISSION: SACKED LANGUAGE TEACHERS TAKE EU TO COURT. 989
EUROPEAN DIARY. Calendar 389
EXTERNAL RELATIONS NEWS IN BRIEF. 381
FINANCE COUNCIL: MINISTERS MAKE HEADWAY ON PACT REFORMS. 579
FISHERIES: NO MORE EU AID FOR THE BUILDING OF NEW SHIPS, SAYS BORG. Brief Article 272
HOW SOCIAL IS THE EUROPEAN MODEL? 391
INFORMATION SOCIETY: ICT MUST BE AT THE HEART OF THE LISBON REVIEW, SAYS LUXEMBOURG PRESIDENCY. Brief Article 292
INFORMATION SOCIETY: RED TAPE IS KILLING RESEARCH, SAYS INDEPENDENT STUDY. 607
JUSTICE AND HOME AFFAIRS: COURT BACKS COUNCIL IN POWER STRUGGLE WITH COMMISSION. Brief Article 211
JUSTICE AND HOME AFFAIRS: POLICE CO-OPERATION MAIN FOCUS, PRESIDENCY TELLS MEPS. 389
JUSTICE AND HOME AFFAIRS: PRINCE HARRY SWASTIKA STUNT SPARKS CALL FOR EU BAN ON NAZI SYMBOLS. 506
LAW AND ORDER: EP HEARING STRESSES NEED TO RAISE QUALITY OF JUSTICE. 525
LISBON STRATEGY: LEAKED REPORT SHOWS PROPOSED STREAMLINING OF TARGETS. Brief Article 114
MEDICINES: HOPES OF WTO DEAL IN MARCH ON PATENT RULES FADING. 902
NEW PUBLICATIONS. 252
ONE-ON-ONE: RIA KEMPER, SECRETARY GENERAL OF THE EUROPEAN ENERGY CHARTER. Interview 612
STABILITY AND GROWTH PACT: BANKS URGE STRICT FISCAL POLICY IN EUROPE. Brief Article 308
TELECOMMUNICATIONS: RADIO FREQUENCY BAND FOR SHORT-RANGE CAR RADARS. 421
WORKING TIME: PARLIAMENT SET TO SUPPORT COMMISSION POSITION. 338

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