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Articles from International News Services.com (November 1, 2009)

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Title Author Type Words
African photo contest highlights ecoactivism. Nuthall, Keith 158
Airport industry benefits as EU strikes trade deal with Syria. Nuthall, Keith 156
Antimicrobial controls may increase for cosmetics ingredients suppliers. Nuthall, Keith 109
Arab societies still need to bridge knowledge GAP. Nuthall, Keith 157
Asset recovery offices hope to reduce financial crime. Osborn, Alan 1529
Auto industry to benefit as EU strikes trade deal with Syria. Nuthall, Keith 570
Baghdad to secure RVSM technology and systems. Nuthall, Keith 158
Bangladesh knitwear companies to receive additional government help. Verma, Raghavendra 187
Brazil textiles to overcome the US tariffs battle. Melus, Gregory 157
Brazil tobacco market and industry report--tobacco traveller. Goddard, Pacifica 983
Brussels approves EIB loan to Ford while old state aid probe remains open. Nuthall, Keith 317
Brussels considers European health and safety inspections of fishing boats. Nuthall, Keith 163
Brussels lets slip carbon tax warning. Nuthall, Keith 255
Brussels plans renewed action to boost nanotechnology. Nuthall, Keith 163
Brussels plans renewed action to boost nanotechnology. Nuthall, Keith 156
Brussels to spend Euro 3 million promoting France, Portugal Italy wines and spirits. Nuthall, Keith 148
Canada and India secure nuclear cooperation deal. Verma, Raghavendra; Nuthall, Keith 621
China's nuclear power spawning diverse local equipment makers. Godfrey, Mark 675
Chinese vice-premier says China food production sound. Nuthall, Keith 108
Commercial crimes on the climb in remote Bhutan. Wangdi, Kencho 1105
Complex textile fraud sparks huge fine from Austrian court. Nuthall, Keith 110
Cosmetics industry benefits as EU strikes trade deal with Syria. Nuthall, Keith 108
Dying industry benefits as EU strikes trade deal with Syria. Nuthall, Keith 208
ECJ refuses to grant Bowland damages in cheese health row. Nuthall, Keith 125
Escada becomes a part of Mittal's family business. Verma, Raghavendra 424
Ethiopia's 'sesame Street' wins Education Media Award. Nuthall, Keith 154
EU approves more subsidies for European farmers. Nuthall, Keith 106
EU cosmetics legislation harmonised and simplified. Nuthall, Keith 156
EU food hygiene laws maybe relaxed for small food businesses. Nuthall, Keith 102
EU launches WTO case over China metal export restrictions. Nuthall, Keith 222
EU ministers asked to approve reverse charge VAT law. Nuthall, Keith 157
EU reforms on customs could raise import duties on branded foods. Nuthall, Keith 174
EU round up--USA-EU energy council launched. Nuthall, Keith 664
EU watchdog says Brussels accounts are clean again. Nuthall, Keith 106
Europe makes Africa hesitant to grow GM foods. Nuthall, Keith 151
European commission customs harmonisation poses risks for car importers. Nuthall, Keith 305
European commission customs harmonisation poses risks for clothing and textile importers. Nuthall, Keith 158
European commission customs harmonisation poses risks for cosmetics importers. Nuthall, Keith 154
European commission customs harmonisation poses risks for metal importers. Nuthall, Keith 635
European commission customs plans could increase clothing and textile import duties. Nuthall, Keith 176
European researchers aim to wield nanotechnology to improve electronic cars. Nuthall, Keith 110
European researchers aim to wield nanotechnology to improve electronic cars. Nuthall, Keith 334
European tobacco industry plagued by decline and tough regulation. Osborn, Alan Industry overview 2144
FAO boosts global governance for food security issues. Nuthall, Keith 109
Fischer Boel passes CAP reform torch to new commission. Nuthall, Keith 107
France takes control of key EU internal market portfolio. Nuthall, Keith 207
Greece and Italy fare poorly in latest transparency international report. Nuthall, Keith 204
Growth of ecotaxes give global auto sector cause for concern. Mason, Deirdre; Blair, Gavin; Gurzu, Anca; Nuthall, Keith 1107
Hungarian drivers play it safe to overtake recession. Balla, Zsolt 1071
ICAO promotes air industry carbon data with Amadeus. Nuthall, Keith 126
Iceland's food sector struggles with input price hikes, but exporters prosper from weak currency. O'Dwyer, Gerard 1091
Indian cars could be a common sight on British roads in future. Verma, Raghavendra; Nuthall, Keith 1572
Indigenous diets keeping tribes healthy--but foods disappearing. Nuthall, Keith 159
Industry and health interests clash over nanosilver at Brussels conference. Jones, Philippa Conference news 544
Industry and health interests clash over nanotechnology at Brussels conference. Jones, Philippa Conference notes 936
Italian financing promotes quality in Syrian textile finishing. Cochrane, Paul 166
Italian picks up industry brief in new commission. Nuthall, Keith 101
Jordan textile and clothing industry backs international labour peoject. Cochrane, Paul 234
Knitwear sizing differences around the world. Adendorff, Lee; Fangqing, Wang; Gurzu, Anca 1276
MEPS press for EU air passenger compensation law. Nuthall, Keith 108
Mexico's oil industry in desperate need of liberalisation. Goddard, Pacifica 1900
Middle East faces demographic timebomb. Cochrane, Paul 819
Ministers and MEPS approve major dairy spending for EU 2010 budget. Nuthall, Keith 108
Moroccan paint sector dodges global recession bullet. Cochrane, Paul 1440
Move of EFSA official to Syngenta raises concerns in biotech expert group. Osborn, Alan 190
New faces affecting recycling sector at European commission. Nuthall, Keith 261
New raised EU tobacco duty minimums likely to depress demand. Nuthall, Keith 827
Non-ferrous metal industry benefits as EU strikes trade deal with Syria. Nuthall, Keith 490
Nuclear safety report issued by Japan on Tokaimura accident. Ryall, Julian 600
Nuclear techniques could save babies later in life. Nuthall, Keith 174
Paint industry and health interests clash over nanotechnology at Brussels conference. Jones, Philippa Conference news 909
PWC New Delhi get reprive from Indian court. Verma, Raghavendra 223
Reding leaves information society job at European commission. Nuthall, Keith 261
Researchers show which auto manufacturers are dirtiest. Nuthall, Keith 122
Romanians pick up food portfolio at Brussels. Nuthall, Keith 126
Russia to see slow recovery from global recession. Rowe, Mark 1113
Steel industry benefits as EU strikes trade deal with Syria. Nuthall, Keith 620
Supplementary chargesheet filed in Satyam case. Verma, Raghavendra 375
Syrian tobacco market thriving. Cochrane, Paul 1528
Textile and clothing EU duo could disappoint as well as succeed. Nuthall, Keith 215
Tobacco traveler--United States. Gurzu, Anca 1263
Tobacco traveller--collection 2009--Argentina. Goddard, Pacifica 1016
Tobacco traveller--collection 2009--Cuba. Hall, Liz 873
Tobacco traveller--collection 2009--Greece. Marseilles, Makki 721
Tobacco traveller--collection 2009--Indonesia. Pathoni, Ahmad 882
Tobacco traveller--collection 2009--Russia. Row, Mark 997
Tobacco traveller--collection 2009--Serbia. Rowe, Mark 595
Tobacco traveller--collection 2009--South Africa. Corcoran, Bill 690
Tobacco traveller--collection 2009--Turkey. Cochrane, Paul 861
UN to monitor anti-corruption methods. Nuthall, Keith 107
UNODC launches comprehensive anti-crime initiative for Eastern Africa. Nuthall, Keith 156
US money laundering regulator targets financial fraud concerns following recession. Berman, Russell 1115
US-South Korean auto sectors focus on trade deal impasse. Nuthall, Keith; Miller, Karryn 521
Van CO2 emissions to tighten--model prices could rise. Nuthall, Keith 106
Vauxhall riding out storm of uncertainty. Nuthall, Keith 510

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