Commission working paper giving detail in annex to "More research for Europe - towards 3% of GDP" (link)

September 19, 2002

Brussels, 18 September 2002

Full text of Document 12044/02

16 September 2002

Commission Staff Working Paper in support of the Commission Communication - More Research for Europe - Towards 3% of GDP. Cover note from the Secretary-General of the European Commission, signed by Mr Sylvain BISARRE, Director, date of receipt 13 September 2002, to Mr Javier SOLANA, Secretary-General/High Representative

Delegations will find attached Commission services document SEC(2002) 929 which accompanies the communication from the Commission COM(2002) 499 final.

SEC(2002) 929. Brussels, 11.9.2002...

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