Draft Council conclusions on Commission's paper, "More research and innovation - investing for growth and employment: a common approach" (link)

November 17, 2005

Brussels, 16 November 2005

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15 November 2005

NOTE from: General Secretariat of the Council to: Coreper
Cion doc.: 13606/05 ECOFIN 319 RECH 196 COMPET 220 SOC 406

Subject: Communication from the Commission to the Council, the European Parliament, the European Economic and Social Committee and the Committee of the Regions - More Research and Innovation - Investing for Growth and Employment: A Common Approach - Draft Council Conclusions

Delegations will find at annex draft Council Conclusions on the above mentioned Communication by the Commission, following discussions in the Council Research Working Party on 10 and 14 November 2005.

The Permanent Representatives Committee is invited to resolve the two remaining issues (see footnotes to conclusions 10 and 13 respectively) at its meeting on 18 November 2005, with a view to submitting the finalised text to the Council (Competitiveness) for adoption on 28/29 November 2005.

ANNEX: DRAFT COUNCIL CONCLUSIONS

MORE RESEARCH AND INNOVATION - INVESTING FOR GROWTH AND EMPLOYMENT

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