By Lee McGowan, David Phinnemore
Delivering concise definitions and motives on all points of the eu Union, this new version additionally contains info of the 10 states which grew to become complete individuals of the eu Union in may possibly 2004. The dictionary: * comprises over 1,000 entries * explains the terminology surrounding the european and descriptions the jobs and value of the associations, member international locations, programmes and rules, treaties and personalities * bargains transparent and succinct definitions * spells out acronyms and abbreviations.
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It finds support among the traditional ‘leader’ Member States on environmental policy (the Netherlands, Germany and Denmark) which sought EU-wide measures to match taxes already in place at the national level, but it has provoked strong opposition from the poorer Member States as well as from energy-intensive industries which fear a loss of international competitiveness unless other major industrial states introduce a similar levy The Commission published details of its proposal for a carbon tax in 1992.
The result was an extensive listing and costing of the obstacles—national practices, regulations and standards—that prevented the realization of the objective of freedom of movement contained in the Treaty of Rome. , or some 5% of the EC gross domestic product (GDP). Although it was accepted by the EC, not all authorities agreed with its findings. CEDEFOP : See European Centre for the Development of Vocational Training CELAD : See Co-ordination Group on Drugs CELEX stands for Communitatis Europae Lex, an inter-institutional database for European Union law, compiled by the Legal Service of the European Commission.
CAP over-production had been most pronounced in dairy farming and the butter surplus was one of the first to come to popular attention. Limits were placed upon production subsidies in dairy farming in 1984 with the introduction of milk quotas, after which the demand upon CAP financial resources made by milk products fell by one-third. Further restrictions were imposed in 1988 with the introduction of stabilizers. These measures have substantially reduced, but not totally eliminated, phenomena like the butter mountain.
A Dictionary of the European Union by Lee McGowan, David Phinnemore