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EU MEMBERSHIP APPLICANTS HARBOUR USEFUL MARKETS, BUT ALSO POTENTIAL COMPETITORS

BY MARK ROWE

THE NEXT few years are likely to see several countries accede to the European Union (EU), with significant implications for the personal care sector. Local producers of toiletries, detergents and cosmetics, as well as multinationals in a number of countries, are closely following the negotiations conducted by their governments.…

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BOSNIA & HERZEGOVINA TOBACCO MARKET AND INDUSTRY REPORT

BY MARK ROWE

The Republic of Bosnia & Herzegovina is a confusing place politically, and so understanding its tobacco market and industry is similarly difficult. Importantly, it comprises two entities, the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Republic of Srpska and while there is also no domestic tobacco industry in the Republic of Srpska; there is within the Federation, the location of the vast majority of the country’s tobacco production.…

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TOBACCO TRAVELLER - COLLECTION 2009 - EGYPT, TUNISIA, SYRIA AND IRAN

BY PAUL COCHRANE

EGYPT

Eastern Tobacco Company

450 Al Ahram Street, Giza

Tel : +20-18-5724711- 5724332 – 5724945

+20-23-5793326

www.easternegypt.com

British American Tobacco Egypt

City Stars Complex

Star Capital – Tower 4A

Omar Ebn El Khattab Street

Postal Code 11771

Heliopolis, Cairo

T: (+20) 2 480 1080

Japan Tobacco International (Regional)

2nd Floor, Lophitis Business Centre

249, 28th October Street & Emiliou Hourmouziou Corner

CY-3035, Lemesos

P.O.…

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UKRAINE SECURES FINANCING DEAL TO SHORE UP GAS TRANSMISSION TO EUROPE

BY KEITH NUTHALL

THE UKRAINE government has secured a major loan package designed to secure its reliability as a winter suppler of gas to Europe through improving its gas storage and distribution. The European Commission welcomed the deal, which it helped broker.…

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INTERNATIONAL ORGANISATION ROUND-UP - EU MOVES TO PROTECT TUNA STOCKS

BY KEITH NUTHALL

EUROPEAN Union (EU) ministers have been asked to swiftly write into EU law a multi-year stock protection plan for eastern bluefin tuna. It is based on an agreement forged last November at the International Commission for the Conservation of Atlantic Tunas (ICCAT) at its annual meeting in Marrakech, Morocco.…

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CROATIA AIRPORTS APPROVED FOR DUTY FREE FLIGHT TRANSFER TRADES

BY KEITH NUTHALL

AIR passengers flying into the European Union (EU) from the Croatian airports of Dubrovnik, Rijeka, Pula, Split, Zadar and Zagreb will be able to keep their duty-free pastes, gels and liquids when taking connecting flights to a second EU destination, in future.…

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INTERNATIONAL ORGANISATION ROUND-UP - EU AND MAURITANIA REOPEN FISHING ACCESS TALKS

BY KEITH NUTHALL

THE EUROPEAN Union (EU) and Mauritania have agreed to renegotiate and downsize their fishing agreement granting EU fishing boats the right to exploit the north African country’s fishing stocks. These talks follow the embarrassing news that EU fishing fleets have failed to avail themselves of the rights made available to them in the existing agreement, which had been hailed as a groundbreaking deal.…

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CORRUPTION IS HOLDING UP CROATIA'S EU ACCESSION, SAY OFFICIAL REPORTS

BY KEITH NUTHALL

NEGOTIATIONS designed to lead to Croatia joining the European Union (EU) are being held up by concerns that its government is failing to sufficiently tackle corruption problems, say assessments from European Commission and the European Parliament. Its representative on the issue Austrian Socialist MEP Hannes Swoboda has warned this could delay Croatian accession beyond 2011.…

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EU EXPANSION OFFERS TOBACCO SECTOR BOTH OPPORTUNITIES AND PROBLEMS IN BULGARIA AND CROATIA

BY MARK ROWE

THE EXPANSION of the European Union (EU) eastwards has been welcomed by most industries, and the tobacco market is no exception, although the EU enlargement has also created a series of problems for the industry to manage. The accession of Bulgaria to the EU club in 2007 brought a significant tobacco industry player into the fold.…

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EU ROUND UP - EUROPEAN FISHERIES FUND PROGRAMMES BEING ROLLED OUT BY EUROPEAN COMMISSION

BY KEITH NUTHALL

THE EUROPEAN Commission has been approving a series of operational programmes for many European Union (EU) member states’ fishing (and aquaculture) sectors, outlining how it will target money from the European Fisheries Fund (EFF).

One of the largest recipients of this Common Fisheries Policy (CFP) subsidy scheme is France, which is to receive Euro 216 million from 2007-13, less than it received under the 2000-2006 Financial Instrument for Fisheries Guidance (FIFG), which supplied Euro 278 million.…

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