Projet d'Avis sur la proposition de décision du Conseil relative au programme spécifique "Personnel" mettant en oeuvre le 7e programme-cadre (2007-2013) (link)

February 15, 2006

Brussels, 14 Feb 2006

PROJET D'AVIS
de la commission de la culture et de l'éducation à l'intention de la commission de l'industrie, de la recherche et de l'énergie sur la proposition de décision du Conseil relative au programme spécifique "Personnel" mettant en oeuvre le 7e programme-cadre (2007-2013) de la Communauté européenne pour des activités de recherche, de développement technologique et de démonstration ( COM(2005) 0442 ­ C6-0383/2005 ­ 2005/0187(CNS))

Rapporteur pour avis: Giovanni Berlinguer
6.2.2006
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