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BATHING WATERS

BY KEITH NUTHALLTHE POLLUTION of rivers and lakes used for tourism in the UK has been rising sharply, according to the latest bathing water report from the European Commission. It…

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CHERNOBYL

But it questioned the agreement by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development to help finance completion of the two reactors at Khmelnitsky and Rovno, the so-called K2/R4 project. This…

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DATA PROTECTION

BY KEITH NUTHALLTHE EUROPEAN Commission has published a new guide, “Data Protection in the European Union,” which is aimed at providing businesses a clear and understandable description of EU legislation…

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TRAINING DIRECTIVE

…Whetton, of PHW, of Staffordshire, told Commercial Motor: “It won’t help. Most drivers are funded off their own back. There’s not many companies who train young chaps from start to…

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ECSC REPLACEMENT

BY KEITH NUTHALLTHE EUROPEAN Commission has given an indication of the likely size of the average annual budget for a new Research Fund for Coal and Steel, that will replace…

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ITCB

…offered by developed countries. Meeting in Guatemala, the International Textiles and Clothing Bureau’s Council of Representatives “categorically rejected” bids by the European Union and the United States “to demand additional…

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OECD - LIBERALISATION

…bottleneck can often use that position to restrict of slow the development of competition. Separating the bottleneck from other parts of the industry ensures that all forms compete on an…

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EU FOOD AUTHORITY LATEST

BY KEITH NUTHALLTHE EUROPEAN Commission has attempted to speed up preparations to launch the European Food Authority, by setting up an interim scientific advisory forum that will provide expert advice…

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POTOMAC RIVER DISPUTE

pipeline. The dispute gathered momentum when environmental groups in Maryland learnt of the proposed construction of the pipeline. They argued that instead of building the pipeline to siphon off clean…

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PHILIP MORRIS

Court for the Eastern District of New York. The Commission has now been formally joined in the case by Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Greece, Belgium, the Netherlands, Finland, Luxembourg,…

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