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Articles from European Report (January 22, 2005)

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ACCOUNTING: MCCREEVY RAISES CONCERNS OVER RUNNING OF THE IASB. Brief Article 233
AGRICULTURE COUNCIL: EU FARM MINISTERS TO TUSSLE OVER SUGAR REFORM WITH ACP COUNTRIES. 521
AGRICULTURE: COMMISSION TO INVESTIGATE ITALIAN FUEL TAX EXEMPTION FOR GLASSHOUSE PRODUCERS. Brief Article 123
AGRICULTURE: FISCHER BOEL ATTACKS "1 PERCENT CLUB" AND DEFENDS RURAL DEVELOPMENT PLANS AS KEY PART OF LISBON. 463
AIR TRANSPORT: GREEN LIGHT FOR GERMAN AID FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF REGIONAL AIRPORTS. 338
BANKING: GERMANY TO REPAY LANDESBANKEN AID BUT STILL NO EU OK TO RECAPITALISE. Brief Article 166
CAPITAL ADEQUACY: BASEL CHIEF SAYS EUROPE WELL-PLACED TO LEAD THE WAY. Brief Article 315
CASES IN THE EUROPEAN COURT OF JUSTICETuesday January 25. 1196
CEREALS: EU TO GRANT EXPORT REFUNDS FOR 2 MILLION TONNES OF WHEAT. 348
CHEMICALS: EURO 216 MILLION FINE FOR MCAA CHEMICALS CARTEL. Brief Article 248
CHEMICALS: REACH MAKES WAVES BUT COMMISSION HOLDS THE COURSE. 914
CIVIL AVIATION: EU OPENS PROBE INTO ALITALIA RECAPITALISATION. Brief Article 309
COAL: EU CLEARS EURO 2.7 BILLION IN STATE AID FOR GERMAN MINING GROUP RAG. Brief Article 146
CRISIS MANAGEMENT: "HUMANITARIAN BATTLE GROUPS" IDEA BACKED BY EU CHAIR. 628
DEVELOPMENT/ACP: CAMPAIGNERS BLAST EU PLAN FOR REGIONAL FREE TRADE DEALS. 549
ECONOMIC OUTLOOK: INFLATION UP BY 2.4% IN DECEMBER. Brief Article 204
EMPLOYMENT: LEAKED PAPER OUTLINES NEW COMMISSION PLAN FOR GROWTH. 890
EMU: JUNCKER DEFENDS REFORM OF STABILITY PACT BEFORE EP. Brief Article 314
ENERGY: COMMISSION PRIORITIES FOR 2005. 319
ENERGY: DEAL CLOSE ON GAS STORAGE. Brief Article 246
ENERGY: PHOTOVOLTAIC POWER NEEDS SUPPORT TO ACHIEVE ITS FULL POTENTIAL. Brief Article 150
ENLARGEMENT: FYROM COULD BE NAMED EU CANDIDATE COUNTRY IN 2005? 496
ENVIRONMENT: AUSTRIA IN COURT OVER END-OF-LIFE VEHICLES AND SEVESO. Brief Article 117
ENVIRONMENT: COMMISSION TO ADOPT STRATEGY ON MERCURY BY THE END OF JANUARY. Brief Article 124
ENVIRONMENT: ITALY FACES COURT ACTION IN 15 CASES. 762
EU BUDGET: LUXEMBOURG TO CONFRONT MINISTERS OVER REGIONAL AID. 386
EU-US: UNION AGREES TO FREEZE SANCTIONS ON ILLEGAL US TAX BREAKS. Brief Article 215
EU/AFRICA: EURO 80 MILLION IN AID FOR CRISIS-RIDDEN STATES UNVEILED. 312
EU/ASIA: TRADE 'FAST-TRACKING' AND OTHER MEASURES EYED IN POST-TSUNAMI ERA. 632
EU/CENTRAL AMERICA: PAVING THE WAY TO AN ASSOCIATION AGREEMENT. Brief Article 262
EU/CONGO: POLICE MISSION SET TO BE UP AND RUNNING IN 'MID-FEBRUARY'. Brief Article 165
EU/EBRD: EURO-BANK SUES RUSSIAN BILLIONAIRE ABRAMOVICH OVER LOST EURO 13.4 MILLION. Brief Article 262
EU/UKRAINE: LACK OF MARKET ECONOMY STATUS 'ILLOGICAL'. Brief Article 229
EU/UKRAINE: PLAN TO BOOST TIES AS NEW PRESIDENT INAUGURATED. 430
EURO: INCREASE IN EURO COIN COUNTERFEITING IN 2004. Brief Article 226
EUROPEAN COMMISSION. Calendar 1046
EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT. 480
EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT: MEPS, COMMISSION BACK CALL FOR MORE RIGOROUS HEARINGS. 748
FOOTBALL: EU CLEARS GERMAN FOOTBALL BROADCAST RIGHTS DEAL. Brief Article 278
FREE MOVEMENT OF PEOPLE: COUNTRY OF RESIDENCE LAW APPLIES FOR FAMILY BENEFITS, SAYS COURT. Brief Article 197
HEALTH: KYPRIANOU CALLS NEW MEMBER STATES TO INVEST IN HEALTHCARE. Brief Article 258
HUMANITARIAN AID: ECHO WINS PRAISE IN FACE OF ITS BIGGEST CHALLENGE YET. 1248
INSURANCE: FORTIS CLEARED TO BUY BCP LIFE INSURANCE BUSINESS. Brief Article 109
INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY: POLES GIVE GREEN LIGHT TO RESTART SOFTWARE PATENTS DEBATE. Brief Article 181
JUSTICE AND HOME AFFAIRS: HARMONISATION OF SANCTIONS FOR ORGANISED CRIMINALS PROPOSED. 402
JUSTICE AND HOME AFFAIRS: RAPPORTEUR BACKS MORE FLEXIBLE 'ROME II' REGULATION ON CHOICE OF LAW. 654
MANDATING THE TELECOMS MARKET. 372
MONEY-LAUNDERING: GRAVE DOUBTS ABOUT THIRD DIRECTIVE RAISED BY MEPS. 420
MOTOR INDUSTRY: EU LOOKS INTO POLISH AID TO CARMAKER. Brief Article 135
MOTOR VEHICLES: MEPS CALL FOR TOUGHER TESTS ON FRONTAL PROTECTION SYSTEMS. Brief Article 220
PHARMACEUTICALS: GLAXO LOSES FIGHT AGAINST SHORT CUT APPROVAL FOR GENERICS. Brief Article 120
PUBLIC PROCUREMENT: NEW STRATEGY TO STANDARDISE BIDDING FOR CONTRACTS ONLINE. Brief Article 179
PUBLIC PROCUREMENT: PRO-TENDERING ECJ RULING SLAMMED BY LOCAL GOVERNMENT LOBBY. Brief Article 172
RAIL TRANSPORT: COUNCIL AND PARLIAMENT CLASH ON LIBERALISATION. 439
RAIL TRANSPORT: GREEN LIGHT FOR SOCIAL MEASURES ALONGSIDE CZECH RAILWAY RESTRUCTURING. Brief Article 194
REGIONAL POLICY: COMMISSION SAYS STRUCTURAL FUNDS WERE WELL USED IN 2004. Brief Article 175
ROAD TRANSPORT: MEPs VOTE FOR AN END TO PAPER DRIVING LICENCES. 410
SHIPBUILDING: SPAIN AVOIDS STATE AID INQUIRY INTO IZAR RESCUE PLAN. Brief Article 288
SHIPPING: PARLIAMENT KEEN TO REINTRODUCE CRIMINAL PENALTIES. 497
SHIPPING: PARLIAMENT NOT PLANNING SUBSTANTIAL AMENDMENTS TO PORT SECURITY PROPOSAL. 427
STATE AID: AID PER HECTARE FOR RIVESALTES WINE DEEMED ILLEGAL. Brief Article 145
STATE AID: COMMISSION APPROVES NEW DANISH PHOSPHOROUS TAX. Brief Article 129
STATE AID: SICILIAN AGRICULTURAL AID CLEARED BY COMMISSION, UNDER CONDITIONS. Brief Article 110
TAXATION: GIBRALTAR'S EXEMPT COMPANY REGIME IS TO END IN 2010. Brief Article 193
TELECOMS: EU BACKS IRISH PUSH TO OPEN UP MOBILE PHONE MARKET. Brief Article 258
TELECOMS: EU TO PROBE UK PROPERTY TAX ON TELECOMS INFRASTRUCTURE. 124
TRADE: : EURO 8.5 BILLION DEFICIT IN NOVEMBER. Brief Article 270
VISAS: ECJ RULING ON VISA IMPLEMENTATION POWERS DIVIDES COUNCIL AND COMMISSION. 349

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