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Articles from European Report (November 11, 2005)

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AGRICULTURE: NGOS SAY EU SUGAR REFORM WILL "SELL OUT" WORLD'S POOREST. 459
AUDIOVISUAL: COMMISSION ORDERS GERMAN BROADCASTERS TO REPAY DIGITAL TV SUBSIDIES. Brief Article 207
CHEMICALS: PARLIAMENTARY AGREEMENT ON COMPROMISE AMENDMENTS TO REACH PACKAGE. 1974
COMMISSION APPROVES STATE AID FOR "INNOVATIVE" FRENCH AUDIOVISUAL WORKS. Brief Article 127
COMMISSION PROBES BELGIAN STATE AID TO FORD'S GENK PLANT. Brief Article 230
COURT OF JUSTICE: NOVEMBER 15 TO 17 CASES. 204
DIGITAL COPYRIGHT: COMMISSION AND MUSIC INDUSTRY ACCUSED OF IGNORING CONSUMER RIGHTS. 500
EDUCATION/AUDIOVISUAL/CULTURE COUNCIL: NEW-LOOK PROGRAMMES DOMINATE AGENDA FOR NOVEMBER 14 MEETING. 797
EDUCATION: COMMISSION TAKES STOCK OF PROGRESS TOWARDS 2010 TARGETS. 635
ENERGY: NO THIRD LIBERALISATION DIRECTIVE... FOR THE PRESENT. 484
ENLARGEMENT: NEW STRATEGY SAYS UNION SHOULD PROCEED WITH CARE. 554
EU AND SOUTH AFRICA CLINCH CAR TRADE DEAL. Brief Article 237
EU BUDGET: UK PRESIDENCY COMES UNDER FIRE ON APPROACH TO FUTURE FINANCING. 632
EU BUDGET: UK PRESIDENCY FLOATS IDEA OF R&D FUND FOR POORER COUNTRIES. 475
EU GIVES GREEN LIGHT TO NEW BELGIAN FOOD SAFETY AGENCY FINANCING SYSTEM. Brief Article 126
EU SENDS ANOTHER EURO 5 MILLION HUMANITARIAN AID TO MALAWI. Brief Article 177
EU TO CO-SPONSOR INTERNATIONAL DONORS' CONFERENCE ON AVIAN FLU. Brief Article 232
EU/BALKANS: GOOD PROGRESS TOWARDS ASSOCIATION OR ACCESSION DESPITE SHORTCOMINGS. 788
EU/CHINA: ARMS BAN DROPS OFF AGENDA FOR HU'S EUROPEAN TOUR. 349
EU/CROATIA: COMMISSION SAYS FURTHER POLITICAL AND ECONOMIC MEASURES NEEDED. 525
EU/FYROM: SKOPJE RECOMMENDED FOR CANDIDACY BUT NOT ACCESSION TALKS. Brief Article 316
EU/OPEC OIL MARKET DIALOGUE CONTINUES. Brief Article 117
EU/TURKEY: ANKARA GETS MIXED PROGRESS REPORT FROM THE COMMISSION. Brief Article 199
EU/WTO: EU BLAMED FOR HOLDING HONG KONG HOSTAGE. 951
EUROPEAN COMMISSION: BARROSO RESHUFFLES TOP OFFICIALS IN BID TO PUT HIS STAMP ON EU EXECUTIVE. 609
EUROPEAN COMMISSION: WEEKLY MEETING ON NOVEMBER 15. 162
EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT: PLENARY SESSION FROM NOVEMBER 14 TO 17. 436
FRENCH AID SCHEME FOR MORE ENVIRONMENTALLY-FRIENDLY TRANSPORT WAVED THROUGH. Brief Article 149
GALILEO'S FIRST SATELLITE PREPARES FOR LIFT-OFF. Brief Article 115
GENETIC ENGINEERING: MEMBER STATES URGE MORE OPEN GM FILE DATA. 371
INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION ON RENEWABLE ENERGY SHIFTS UP A GEAR. Brief Article 244
JAPAN'S KANAME IKEDA APPOINTED ITER DIRECTOR-GENERAL. Brief Article 176
LONDON BOMBINGS DID NOT TRIGGER MAJOR ANTI-MUSLIM BACKLASH, SAYS RACISM AGENCY REPORT. Brief Article 188
MIGRATION: DOES EUROPE NEED A THIRD WAY? 1001
PARLIAMENT MAY DIFFER WITH COUNCIL ON ROAD USER CHARGE DIRECTIVE. 339
PUBLIC BANKS' NEW HEAD HONCHO TO BATTLE RED TAPE. Brief Article 203
PUBLIC RELATIONS: KALLAS UNVEILS TRANSPARENCY INITIATIVE. 393
REGIONAL POLICY: CRISIS IN FRENCH SUBURBS SPURS COMMISSION AND MEPS INTO ACTION. 440
SAINT-GOBAIN GETS CLEARANCE TO ACQUIRE UK PLASTERBOARD PRODUCER. Brief Article 160
TOUGH DECISIONS ON DECKCHAIRS. 394
UKRAINE AND EU COULD SIGN VISA SIMPLIFICATION PACT BY MID-2006. Brief Article 117

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