Europe green light for liner ban
- Antitrust Implications of the Financial Crisis: A UK and EU View. Silva, Andrea Gomes Da; Sansom, Mark // Antitrust Magazine;Spring2009, Vol. 23 Issue 2, p24
The article offers information on the antitrust implications of the financial crisis in Great Britain and European Union (EU). It is reported that to enable the mergers between banking groups, the British government changed the law to allow the Secretary of State to intervene in the normal...
- Samaria Establishes Its Own Foreign Ministry. // Israel Faxx;5/6/2013, Vol. 21 Issue 88W, p12
The article reports that the Shomron Regional Council has created its own Foreign Ministry Department to provide them with a balanced picture of the realities in Judea and Samaria in the European Union.
- VisegrÃ¡d Four foreign ministers evoke history in statement on Ukraine. // Hungary A.M.;3/5/2014, p1
The article reports on a meeting of European Union foreign ministers in Brussels, Belgium to discuss the Ukraine issue and released a joint statement condemning all action threatening the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Ukraine in March 2014.
- GAZA-EU. // Middle East Reporter (Weekly Edition);6/12/2010, Vol. 137 Issue 1206, p4
The article reports on the plan by European Union (EU) foreign ministers to call on Israel for its three-year-old blockade of Gaza to be lifted. It states that the foreign ministers will condemn the operation made by Israel to stop a flotilla of aid ships to reach Gaza, in which Israeli troops...
- Stay of execution. Leach, Peter T. // Journal of Commerce (1542-3867);10/2/2006, Vol. 7 Issue 40, p30
The article focuses on a two-year grace period granted by the European Union's Competitiveness Council to European liner conferences before fully repealing their block exemption from the antitrust regulation that allow the conferences to exist. The conferences will be allowed to continue...
- Implications for marketers. // Market: Europe;Apr2008, Vol. 19 Issue 4, p5
The article presents the views of the Foreign Minister of Greece concerning the implications of marketers in Europe. She asserts that the achievement in Europe is an unprecedented success story. She adds that the seed of what the European Union (EU) can become have already sprouted. Moreover, it...
- Good Cop, Bad Cop. // Transitions Online;10/17/2005, p1
The article focuses on the move made by European Union (EU) foreign ministers to invite Croatia for membership talks in October 2005. It mentions the concern of Washington on the possibility for the EU to sacrifice the quest for justice in the Balkans to political expediency. It also offers...
- Bosnia's Crumbling Cornerstone. Loza, Tihomir // Transitions Online;10/15/2007, p1
The article reports that it is clear that the leaders of Bosnia's largest parties would fail to reach a European Union (EU) agreement on police reform by October 15, 2007. The deadline was set by the EU in the run-up to the EU foreign ministers' meeting. In order to reach a Stabilization and...
- No Gotovina, No Cash. // Transitions Online;3/21/2005, pN.PAG
Offers a look at the decision by European Union ministers not to begin accession negotiations with Croatia in March 2005. Crimes committed by General Ante Gotovina; Abolition of a British intelligence operation; Demonstration by Croatian authorities of its determination to find Gotovina.