May 17, 2002

A deal to implement the European Union's €16.2 billion (£10 billion) Sixth Framework Programme on research from January 2003 was finalised on Wednesday.

All of the European Parliament's main political groups agreed to oppose amendments, which were pushed by German, Italian and Austrian MEPs, aimed at further restricting EU-funded stem-cell projects.

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