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Articles from European Report (October 26, 2005)

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ANKARA AND BRUSSELS LOOK TO STEP UP CULTURAL COOPERATION. Brief Article 102
ANTI-DUMPING/ANTI-SUBSIDY: EU MEASURES RISE IN 2005, BUT FALL IN REST OF WORLD. 855
ATLANTIC SEABOARD CITIES DEMANDING FIRM COMMITMENT FROM UK PRESIDENCY. Brief Article 248
AUDIOVISUAL POLICY: MEPS BACK PROTECTION OF EUROPEAN FILM INDUSTRY. 328
BETTER REGULATION: VERHEUGEN SAYS STREAMLINING EXERCISE NOT "DEREGULATION". 980
BLAIR SAYS HAMPTON COURT SUMMIT AIMING FOR UNITY ON DIRECTION OF EU. Brief Article 235
COMMISSION APPOINTS EXPERTS TO ADVISE IT ON ETHICAL ISSUES. Brief Article 248
COMMISSION CLEARS AUSTRIAN BROADBAND SCHEME, OPENS INQUIRY IN NETHERLANDS. Brief Article 293
COMMISSION ORDERS FINNISH CITY TO RECOVER EURO 2.4 MILLION OF STATE AID. Brief Article 233
COMMISSION PROPOSES EU-WIDE BAN ON LIVE BIRD IMPORTS. 430
COUNCIL OF MINISTERS: UK PRESIDENCY SOUNDS OUT MEMBER STATES ON TRANSPARENCY. Brief Article 184
DATA RETENTION: KEY MEP WANTS TO SLASH TELECOM OPERATOR OBLIGATIONS. 817
DESPERATELY SEEKING CONSENSUS - OR COVER. 397
ECJ ADVOCATE-GENERAL SAYS COMMISSION WAS RIGHT TO FINE OPEL NEDERLAND. 331
EMU: ALMUNIA OUTLINES SCENARIO FOR TACKLING GERMANY'S EXCESSIVE DEFICIT. Brief Article 280
ENERGY: COMMISSION ALLOWS US HOLDING COMPANY BHI TO TAKE OVER MEHC. Brief Article 101
ENERGY: COMMISSION POISED TO ADOPT BIO-ENERGY ACTION PLAN. 642
ENVIRONMENT: EU UNVEILS STRATEGY FOR PROTECTING MARINE ECOSYSTEMS. 597
ENVIRONMENT: NEW PHASE IN THE EUROPEAN CLIMATE CHANGE PROGRAMME. 803
EU IS LEADING OUTSIDE FUNDER OF ELECTIONS IN IRAQ. Brief Article 270
EU TAKES ACTION TO CURB ILLEGAL LOGGING. Brief Article 210
EU/ALBANIA: REHN UPBEAT ABOUT CHANCES OF CLINCHING EURO-INTEGRATION ACCORD. Brief Article 244
EU/ASIA: FURTHER POST-TSUNAMI HUMANITARIAN AID EXPECTED BEFORE YEAR'S END. 448
EU/BULGARIA/ROMANIA: MEMBERSHIP HOPEFULS STILL TO RECEIVE CLEAN BILL OF HEALTH. 828
EU/PAKISTAN: COMMISSION PROPOSES EURO 80 MILLION AID PACKAGE FOR EARTHQUAKE VICTIMS. 347
EU/UN: UNEP CALLS FOR CONCERTED ACTION TO COMBAT AVIAN INFLUENZA. Brief Article 286
EU/UNITED STATES: NEGOTIATORS REPORT 'SUBSTANTIAL PROGRESS' TOWARDS OPEN SKIES PACT. 515
EU/WTO: MANDELSON PUSHES FARM ACCESS FOR POOR COUNTRIES. 1087
EUROPEAN COMMISSION: NEW WORK PROGRAMME FOR 2006 APPROVED. Brief Article 101
EUROPEAN COUNCIL: NEW POLISH PRESIDENT OPENS WAY FOR COALITION DEAL. 444
EUROPEAN DIARY: UPCOMING CONFERENCES. Calendar 615
FARM COUNCIL: MINISTERS CONTINUE STAND-OFF OVER SUGAR AS FISCHER BOEL PUSHES FOR DEAL. 423
FISH COUNCIL AGREES RECOVERY PLAN FOR SOUTHERN HAKE AND NORWAY LOBSTER. Brief Article 158
FRANCE TELECOM TO ACQUIRE SPANISH MOBILE OPERATOR AMENA. Brief Article 151
FUTURE OF EUROPE: MEPS STILL DIVIDED OVER HOW TO RESCUE CONSTITUTION. 739
JUSTICE AND HOME AFFAIRS: BIOMETRICS NO PANACEA, SAYS DATA PROTECTION SUPERVISOR. 627
KOSOVO STATUS TALKS SET TO BEGIN AS ALBANIA BACKS 'CONDITIONAL INDEPENDENCE'. Brief Article 233
MEPS DEMAND EXPLANATION OVER LAMPEDUSA ASYLUM CENTRE HUMILIATION. Brief Article 175
MEPS VOTE YES TO REVIEW OF BILATERAL AVIATION AGREEMENTS WITH AZERBAIJAN. Brief Article 206
MERGER CONTROL: COMMISSION ADMITS ROOM FOR IMPROVEMENT IN MERGER REMEDIES. Brief Article 282
NEW DUTIES SET ON STEEL ROPE FROM CHINA, INDIA, SOUTH AFRICA, UKRAINE. 357
PREMIER LEAGUE REPLIES TO COMMISSION, AWAITS VERDICT OVER TV RIGHTS. Brief Article 269
ROAD TRANSPORT: PARLIAMENT AND COUNCIL STILL DIVIDED ON LORRY DRIVERS' REST PERIODS. 493
SERVICES DIRECTIVE: MEPS STRUGGLE TO COME UP WITH COMPROMISE AMENDMENTS. 602
SOCIAL AFFAIRS: EUROCHAMBRES DENOUNCES TRIPARTITE 'TALK SHOPS'. 810
STOCK MARKETS: ACCOUNTANTS ISSUE WARNING OVER NEW EU PROSPECTUSES REGIME. 392
TAXATION/CUSTOMS UNION: COMMISSION EMPHASISES KEY ROLE IN CONTEXT OF LISBON STRATEGY. 702
TAXATION: EUROSTAT PUBLISHES FIRST COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF TAX BURDEN IN EU25. 457
TELEVISION WITHOUT FRONTIERS: EUROPEAN FILM-MAKERS FEAR A DROP IN CULTURAL AMBITIONS. 354
UNICE CRITICISES BRITISH PRESIDENCY'S MEAGRE ACHIEVEMENTS. 463
VOTES ON GM SEEDS AND MAIZE END IN DEADLOCK AT FARM COUNCIL. Brief Article 285

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