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EU ROUND UP



KEITH NUTHALL
INNOVATION is important in the provision of water services, whether that be to prevent the contamination of supplies by a return of this summer’s floods, or to source drinking water for arid areas where ground reserves are running dry.…

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BALKANS POWER



BY ALAN OSBORN
OPPORTUNITIES for British and other European Union (EU) electricity power companies to participate in the reconstruction and development of war-damaged electricity systems in the Balkans have been opened up by the signing of an agreement to bring the systems into the EU’s regulatory orbit.…

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EU ROUND UP



KEITH NUTHALL
THE EUROPEAN Commission has taken an important step towards giving EU water legislation more teeth, by moving against Belgium’s system of “tacit approvals” of pollution. Belgian law allows companies to assume that they have a right to pollute if they make an application to regulators and then receive no reply.…

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MACEDONIA CHECKING



BY KEITH NUTHALL
THE EUROPEAN Union Council of Ministers (general affairs) has approved an intensive double-checking system regarding the trade in steel products between Macedonia and the European Union. Its aim is to boost openness and transparency in the export of Macedonian steel, under the trade agreement Skopje has signed with Brussels, preventing the system being abused.…

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MACEDONIA CHECKING



BY KEITH NUTHALL
AN INTENSIVE double-checking system focusing on the trade in steel products between Macedonia and the European Union has been proposed by the European Commission. Its aim is to boost openness and transparency in the export of Macedonian steel, under the trade agreement Skopje signed with Brussels.…

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EU ROUND UP



KEITH NUTHALL
INNOVATION is important in the provision of water services, whether that be to prevent the contamination of supplies by a return of this summer’s floods, or to source drinking water for arid areas where ground reserves are running dry.…

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ECAC OVERVIEW



BY KEITH NUTHALL
LOOKING ahead, the work programme of the European Civil Aviation Conference, (ECAC), for 2001 to 2003, seems to have been prepared with a degree of foresight.

Taking account of its general aim of promoting the safe and orderly development of civil aviation on routes to, from and within Europe, its director generals, (representing its member countries), have agreed a comprehensive set of projects focused on security.…

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MACEDONIA



Keith Nuthall
EUROPEAN Union ministers have been asked to approve another Balkans wine trade deal struck between the European Commission and, this time, Macedonia. If it is accepted, it will – as with the recent deal with Croatia – lead to the mutual liberalisation of import and export quotas, the lowering of tariffs and the joint recognition of protected names, such as geographic indications.…

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BALKAN CORRIDOR



BY KEITH NUTHALL
A MEMORANDUM of Understanding has been signed between the European Commission, Greece, Macedonia, Yugoslavia, Croatia, Slovenia and Austria on speeding up work to create a reliable road and rail corridor, linking Thessalonika with Salzburg, linking the Balkans and the Aegean to western Europe.…

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