Gumbel, Peter; Cendrowicz, Leo; Graft, James; McAllister, J. F. O.
June 2005
Time International (South Pacific Edition);6/27/2005, Issue 25, p42
The article presents information on European Union trade commissioner Peter Mandelson. Since November 2004, Mandelson has been the European Commissioner in charge of trade policy, which is a big effort as per his view. According to him, the European project was originally about war and peace, which turned as jobs and growth later.


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