Provisional Minutes of the Competitiveness Council of 22 Sep. (link to full version)

September 23, 2003

Brussels, 22 Sep 2003

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FREEDOM OF MOVEMENT AND RESIDENCE

INTERNAL MARKET STRATEGY 2003-2006 ­ Council conclusions

INITIATIVES FOR COMPETITIVENESS IN EUROPE

COMMUNITY PATENT

CORPORATE GOVERNANCE ­ Council conclusions

PEDESTRIAN PROTECTION

CONTRACT LAW ­ Council Resolution

CHEMICALS LEGISLATIVE PACKAGE

PHARMACEUTICAL INDUSTRY ­ Council conclusions

BIOTECHNOLOGY: PROGRESS IN IMPLEMENTING THE STRATEGY AND ROAD MAP ­ Council conclusions

STEM CELL RESEARCH

INVESTMENT IN RESEARCH IN EUROPE ­ Council Resolution

SPACE POLICY - AGREEMENT WITH THE EUROPEAN SPACE AGENCY

NUCLEAR FUSION ENERGY RESEARCH

OTHER BUSINESS

European Research Council

ITEMS APPROVED WITHOUT DEBATE

Co-operation in science and technology

Frontier Control

Financing of military operations

Liberia ­ Exceptions to the arms embargo

Cyprus ­ Participation in EU forces in the Democratic Republic of the Congo

Latvia - Agricultural concessions

Czech Republic, Hungary ­ Conformity Assessment for industrial products

Romania ­ Rules of origin

Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Poland, Slovakia, Slovenia, Czech Republic

Antidumping ­ Taiwan, Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia ­ Polyester yarn

Antidumping ­ Poland, Ukraine ­ Steel cables

Antidumping ­ Algeria, Belarus, Lithuania, Russia, Ukraine ­ Urea and ammonium nitrate

Family reunification

Nuclear energy cooperation with Uzbekistan

Organisation of working time* ­ Public deliberation

Eco points Austria ­ Public deliberation

Denied boarding ­ Public deliberation V

Single European Sky ­ Public deliberation V

TACs and Quotas Indication of the ingredients present in foodstuffs ­ Public deliberation

TRANSPARENCY
Archives*
Public access to documents

APPOINTMENTS
Committee of the Regions
Economic and Social Committee

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