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Articles from European Report (July 23, 2005)

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A GLIMPSE OF GOLD AMID THE GLOOM. 391
AID FOR POLISH STEEL MAKER GIVEN THUMBS-UP. Brief Article 235
AVIATION: COURT REJECTS SAS APPEAL OVER COMMISSION FINES. 329
CIVIL PROTECTION: COUNCIL AGREES TO ENHANCE EU'S DISASTER-RESPONSE CAPABILITY. 303
COMMISSION ADMITS THERE IS ROOM FOR IMPROVEMENT IN TRANSLATION SERVICE. Brief Article 267
COMMISSION APPROVES DUTCH SOFT LOAN SCHEME FOR SHIPBUILDING. Brief Article 187
COMMISSION CLEARS ITALIAN MEASURES TO TACKLE "SAD" CITRUS DISEASE. Brief Article 223
COMMISSION CLEARS LE MERIDIEN HOTEL GROUP TAKEOVER. Brief Article 203
COMMISSION ENDORSES CULTURAL AID SCHEMES IN DENMARK, POLAND AND HUNGARY. 341
COMMISSION INVESTIGATES FRENCH SUBSIDIES TO FRUIT AND VEGETABLE SECTOR. Brief Article 222
COMMISSION TO DELEGATE FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT OF TRANS-EUROPEAN TRANSPORT NETWORKS. 341
COMMISSIONERS DIVIDED OVER MOVE TO LIBERALISE GAMBLING MARKET. Brief Article 278
COMPANY LAW: COMMISSION HAILS EU PROGRESS IN SCRAPPING GOLDEN SHARES. 415
COUNCIL AGREES ON APPLICATION OF AARHUS CONVENTION TO EU INSTITUTIONS. Brief Article 106
COUNCIL RUBBER-STAMPS COMMON POSITION ON SAFETY AT SEA. Brief Article 144
COURT CONSIDERS THAT UK MUST APPLY VAT DIRECTIVE IN GIBRALTAR. Brief Article 177
ECHO SENDS EURO 900,000 RELIEF AID TO THE CARIBBEAN. Brief Article 151
ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL COMMITTEE: EESC CAN PLAY KEY ROLE IN COMMUNICATION DEBATE. 433
EDUCATION: UK PRESIDENCY PROMOTES 'EMPLOYER-LED APPROACH'. 437
EFSA DECLARES GM-MAIZE HYBRIDS SAFE. Brief Article 181
EFSA OPENS CONSULTATION ON GM MICRO-ORGANISM RISK ASSESSMENT. Brief Article 152
EIB LENDS EURO 25 MILLION FOR EUROPEAN INVESTMENT IN LATIN AMERICA AND ASIA. Brief Article 132
ENTERPRISE POLICY: UEAPME CALLS FOR LEGISLATIVE SIMPLIFICATION TO FOCUS ON SMALL FIRMS. Brief Article 291
ENVIRONMENT: COMMISSIONERS CONFIRM PRO-ENVIRONMENTAL CREDO. 635
ENVIRONMENT: PUBLIC CONSULTED ON FLOOD PREVENTION STRATEGY. 341
EU ALLOWS CLIMATE CHANGE LEVY REBATE FOR BRITISH FARMING INDUSTRY. Brief Article 187
EU BUDGET: HIGHER LEVEL OF IRREGULARITIES IN 2004 BUT FINANCIAL IMPACT LOWER. 428
EU/OECD: POLAND'S BELKA AND FRANCE'S MADELIN IN RUNNING FOR TOP JOB. 350
EU/UN: FRATTINI AND UNHCR INSIST REFUGEES ARE NOT TERRORISTS. 576
EU/UN: NO CLEAR EU POSITION ON DEVELOPMENT, TWO MONTHS SHY OF NEW YORK SUMMIT. 630
EU/US: WTO DISPUTE PANELS TO EXAMINE AIRBUS AND BOEING AID. 984
EU/WTO: HOPES FADE FOR INTERIM DEAL BY END-JULY DEADLINE. 606
EUROPEAN COMMISSION: SCHEDULE FOR THE WEEK BEGINNING JULY 25. 150
EUROPEAN COMMISSION: WALLSTROM UNVEILS NEW COMMUNICATIONS PLAN. 510
EUROPEAN COURT SAYS SPANISH SHIPBUILDING AID SHOULD HAVE BEEN NOTIFIED. 367
FISHERIES: OMBUDSMAN PULLS COMMISSION UP ON AZORES CASE. Brief Article 221
FOUR CENTRAL EUROPEAN STATES CALL FOR BUDGET DEAL THIS YEAR. Brief Article 285
FREE MOVEMENT: FINLAND RE-INSTALLS BORDER CONTROLS FOR ATHLETICS MEETING. Brief Article 192
GREEK MEDIA LAW PROBED BY COMMISSION FOR BREACH OF RIGHT OF ESTABLISHMENT RULES. Brief Article 122
GREEN LIGHT FOR AID FOR INVESTMENT PROJECT IN CZECH LIGNITE MINE. Brief Article 168
GREEN LIGHT FOR CZECH SCHEME TO BOOST ENERGY SAVINGS IN TRANSPORT. Brief Article 191
INTERVIEW: GEORGIA-TYPE ADVISORY MISSION COULD SUIT OTHER COUNTRIES, SAYS SYLVIE PANTZ. Interview 803
LISBON AGENDA: VERHEUGEN CONSOLIDATES EU GOALS IN EIGHT-POINT PLAN. 549
MISSION TO TRAIN IRAQI OFFICERS TAKES OFF IN FRANCE. Brief Article 166
PORTUGAL ORDERED TO CORRECT ITS EXCESSIVE DEFICIT BY 2008. 326
PUBLIC PROCUREMENT: AWARD OF CONCESSION CONTRACTS MUST BE TRANSPARENT, SAYS ECJ. 394
PUBLIC TRANSPORT: CLEARER RULES ANNOUNCED FOR PUBLIC SERVICE CONTRACTS. 649
REGIONAL STATE AID: NEW PLAN WOULD OFFER A BETTER DEAL FOR THE REGIONS. 781
REPATRIATION AID FOR LIBERIAN AND CONGOLESE REFUGEES. Brief Article 237
RESEARCH: ALARMING STAGNATION OF INVESTMENT IN THE EU. 498
RESEARCH: EESC LOOKS AT PROSPECTS FOR NEW COAL AND STEEL RESEARCH. 334
ROMANIAN PRIME MINISTER ANNOUNCES RESIGNATION U-TURN. Brief Article 163
SCHEDULE OF SESSIONS. 189
SOCIAL SECURITY: COMMISSION CRACKS DOWN ON FRENCH CIVIL SERVANTS' BENEFITS. Brief Article 264
STATE AID APPROVED FOR FRANCE'S NATIONAL PRINTING COMPANY. 332
STRUCTURAL FUNDS MANAGEMENT AND CONTROL SYSTEMS WOUND UP IN GREECE. Brief Article 107
SUBSIDISED AIR FARES FOR REUNION RESIDENTS ALLOWED TO CONTINUE. Brief Article 154
TAXATION: CHANGES TO TAXATION RULES FOR SERVICES SUPPLIED TO PRIVATE CONSUMERS. 506
TELECOMMUNICATIONS: ECTA CALLS FOR REVIEW OF UNIVERSAL SERVICE DIRECTIVE. 795
TRADE: EU POSTS EURO 7.3 BILLION DEFICIT IN MAY. Brief Article 303

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