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POLAND PALLETS



KEITH NUTHALL
EUROPEAN Union ministers have been asked to punish five Polish pallet producers who the European Commission alleges have failed to abide by promises not to dump cheap products on the EU market, thereby escaping anti-dumping duties of up to 10.6 per cent agreed established in 1997.…

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POLAND



BY KEITH NUTHALL
THE WORLD Bank is to loan the Polish government Euro 112.8 million to support its Revised Hard Coal Sector Reform Programme, which is aimed at helping the country transform its coal industry into a “competitive and profitable sector.”…

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EU ROUND UP



BY KEITH NUTHALL
COMPETITION officials are examining a proposed German joint-venture merging the downstream and petrochemical operations of Deutsche Shell GmbH and its rival RWE-DEA. The German Competition Authority has been given the right to adjudicate on the downstream elements by the European Commission, which is itself handling the deal’s petrochemical implications.…

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POLAND v SLOVAKIA



BY KEITH NUTHALL
POLAND has announced that it intends to impose retaliatory restrictions on Slovakian food exports, in response to the safeguard duties imposed on imports of sugar by its east European neighbour, which Warsaw claims were erected in a way that breaks world trade laws.…

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INTERNATIONAL SEABED AUTHORITY



BY KEITH NUTHALL
MULTILATERAL sea and river organisations are usually created to deal with existing problems that cross national borders, but a new body has been making progress on a shipping issue that has yet even to happen: the exploitation and transport of subterranean solid mineral deposits.…

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EU ROUND UP



BY KEITH NUTHALL
THE IMPORTANCE of European Union employment within the UK and other EU Member States is widely accepted and its authority is only going to grow over the next 10 years. This is because of the planned accession of eastern European countries to the European Union, meaning that EU employment directives will shape the law of their lands and that their national courts will become subject to the rulings and case law of the European Court of Justice, a key guardian of EU legislation.…

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EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT ETC



BY KEITH NUTHALL
THE EUROPEAN Parliament has claimed that agreement of proposals to create a European Public Prosecutor to coordinate investigations and prosecutions regarding EU fraud, is essential. Without this, it said in a wide-ranging report on EU fraud, “the fight against fraud will remain a half measure and is doomed to failure.”…

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BSE ASSESSMENT



BY KEITH NUTHALL
THE EU’s Scientific Steering Committee has advised that it is “likely” that BSE is present in cattle herds in Albania, Cyprus, the Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia, that it is “unlikely” to be present in India, Pakistan, Colombia and Mauritius, and “highly unlikely” to be in the cattle of Brazil and Singapore.…

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TRANSIT REFORMS



KEITH NUTHALL
FREIGHT forwarders may be freed of the burden of guaranteeing the payment of duty during EU transit operations, where hauliers transport goods across national borders in Europe, without paying duties or dealing with import procedures, except for the country where the consignment is delivered.…

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POLAND



KEITH NUTHALL
A post-apocalypse sports tourism facility is being developed in an old, deserted and environmentally destroyed mining area. A car-racing track has been set up for adventurous tourists who want a Mad Max 2/races in Chernobyl style experienced. We have a writer in Cracow.…

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