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European Commission Spokesman's Briefing for 97-01-09

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

MIDDAY EXPRESS

News from the Spokesman's midday briefing

Nouvelles du rendez-vous de midi du Porte-Paroleb

09/01/1997


CONTENTS / CONTENU

[I] Résultats de la Commission du 8 janvier - Outcome of Commission's meeting of 8 January

  • [01] Mesures de sauvegarde à l'importation de riz en provenance des pays et territoires d'Outre-Mer
  • [II] Other news - Autres nouvelles

  • [02] Brittan: securing the advantages and avoiding the pitfalls of flexibility - the need for a positive British voice

  • [I] Résultats de la Commission du 8 janvier - Outcome of Commission's meeting of 8 January

    [01] Mesures de sauvegarde à l'importation de riz en provenance des pays et territoires d'Outre-Mer

    La Commission européenne a décidé, sur proposition de M. FISCHLER et M. PINHEIRO, de fixer un contingent tarifaire de 42.650 tonnes de riz en provenance des pays et territoires d'Outre-Mer (PTOM) pour la période du 1er janvier au 30 avril 1997. Cette décision découle d'une demande formulée par les autorités italiennes et espagnoles suite à la forte augmentation des importations de ce produit en provenance de ces pays.

    [II] Other news - Autres nouvelles

    [02] Brittan: securing the advantages and avoiding the pitfalls of flexibility - the need for a positive British voice

    Britain must take an open-minded, imaginative approach to the IGC if it is to secure the best outcome on flexibility, argues Sir Leon Brittan in a speech today in Bristol. A flexible Europe means no coercion of the minority but no holding back of the majority. Talk of renegotiating the very basis of British membership of the EU will be seen as a lightly coded desire to leave the Union, and undermines UK credibility. And for Britain to achieve its key objectives in Europe, notably enlargement to the East, it must be ready for adjustments to the institutions, including voting rights.

    MIDDAY EXPRESS


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