May 7, 1999

A bill to set up a Franco-German university has been backed by the French national assembly's foreign affairs committee. The bill will be presented to the full assembly next week, but several politicians have criticised the university, due to open at Sarrebruck in 2001, for poor ambition and poor student grants.

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