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EU News Flashes and Events for 97-04-04

EU News Flashes and Events Directory - Previous Article - Next Article

From: EUROPA, the European Commission Server at <http://europa.eu.int>


CONTENTS

  • [01] EU clears Cereol stake in Olmuhle
  • [02] Nuclear venture/EU merger rules
  • [03] EU-US meat talks
  • [04] EU to restore British gelatine ban
  • [05] EU/Middle East peace process
  • [06] EU dumping committee to meet
  • [07] Commission/postal notice
  • [08] EU concerned about Belarus
  • [09] Kohl plans to stand for elections
  • [10] NATO to scrap Spanish exercise
  • [11] Main EU events for April 4

  • [01] EU clears Cereol stake in Olmuhle

    BRUSSELS - The European Commission has cleared a plan by Cereol Holding BBV, which belongs to Eridania Beghin, to buy a 50-percent stake in oilseed processor Olmuhle GmbH from Austrian holding company OSAT, an EU source said.

    [02] Nuclear venture/EU merger rules

    BRUSSELS - The European Commission has decided that a joint venture between Russian state-controlled company AO Techsnabexport and RSB Logistic Projektspedition GmbH, will not be reviewed under EU merger rules, an EU source said.

    [03] EU-US meat talks

    BRUSSELS - The European Union's position remains unchanged ahead of a resumption of negotiations with the United States next week on meat inspection rules, a European Commission spokesman said.

    [04] EU to restore British gelatine ban

    BRUSSELS - European Union scientists expressed doubts about the safety of British gelatine, raising prospects that an EU export ban on the beef by- product may soon be restored.

    [05] EU/Middle East peace process

    BRUSSELS - The European Union was as anxious as anyone for Middle East peace, but a lasting settlement was a matter for Israel and the Palestinians, the European Commission said.

    [06] EU dumping committee to meet

    BRUSSELS - The European Union's anti-dumping committee will meet on Monday to discuss a European Commission proposal to impose a duty on imports of farmed Atlantic salmon from Norway, an EU source said.

    [07] Commission/postal notice

    BRUSSELS - The European Commission's competition directorate-general is still working on a long-awaited notice outlining how the Commission will apply EU competition rules to the postal sector, a DG IV official said.

    [08] EU concerned about Belarus

    BRUSSELS - The European Union expressed serious concern about the situation in Minsk following the signing of a political union treaty between Russia and Belarus.

    [09] Kohl plans to stand for elections

    BAD HOFGASTEIN, Austria - German Chancellor Helmut Kohl cheered his party and coalition partners with a surprise announcement that he planned to stand for re-election in 1998 for an unprecedented fifth term.

    [10] NATO to scrap Spanish exercise

    NAPLES, Italy - NATO said it had cancelled a nine-nation military exercise due to have begun in Spain next week because some states had a clash of commitments, including participation in a United Nations- approved security force for Albania.

    [11] Main EU events for April 4

    NOORDWIJK, Netherlands - EU economic and finance ministers hold informal meeting to give further impetus to the preparation of stage three of EMU with a view to the Amsterdam European Council (Friday-Sunday).

    NOORDWIJK, Netherlands - EU foreign ministers meet to discuss progress in the inter-governmental conference (Sunday).

    MAASTRICHT - EU culture ministers meet international group of intellectuals to discuss the meaning of culture in society (Sunday).


    From EUROPA, the European Commission Server at http://europa.eu.int/
    © ECSC - EC - EAEC, Brussels-Luxembourg, 1995, 1996


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