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By Lee McGowan, David Phinnemore

Delivering concise definitions and causes on all points of the ecu Union, this re-creation additionally comprises information of the 10 states which grew to become complete individuals of the eu Union in may possibly 2004. The dictionary: * comprises over 1,000 entries * explains the terminology surrounding the european and descriptions the jobs and importance of the associations, member nations, programmes and regulations, treaties and personalities * bargains transparent and succinct definitions * spells out acronyms and abbreviations.

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The European Commission’s report of July 1997, Agenda 2000, on the applicant countries proposed that accession negotiations with Bulgaria should be deferred, owing to the limited measures undertaken with regard to economic reform and the degree of political instability experienced in the early to mid-1990s. Although the country had almost fulfilled the political criteria for membership, the report stated that investment was still needed in the areas of environment, transport, energy, home affairs, justice and agriculture.

Nevertheless, Brandt’s policy aroused extreme hostility among the leadership of the Christian Democratic opposition in West Germany. While Brandt was not averse to EC plans for further economic and political integration, he tended to think of Europe on a broader scale, an attitude instilled by his long exile in Scandinavia after 1933, which, he said, had taught him to think of himself as a European. Hence he supported the principle of enlargement, and argued with President Georges Pompidou of France that the French position on enlargement, or specifically on the membership of the United Kingdom, should be reversed.

CABOTAGE is the system whereby transport providers may offer services in the domestic market of another Member State. As part of the European Communities’ (EC) road transport policy, the Council of Ministers agreed in 1993 on measures including a common tax system for heavy goods vehicles using EC roads, which led to full liberalization of road cabotage by 1998. Since then efforts have focused on promoting cabotage on the rail network and within shipping. CAMAR : See FAIR CANDIDATE COUNTRIES was the term adopted by the Helsinki Summit of the European Council in December 1999 to refer to those countries involved in the accession process launched in February 2000.

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