767th Commission Meeting - COM(85) PV 767

Document date: 23 January 1985

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HAEU Reference Code
Reference Archivists

Carr, Mary

Content and Structure


Draft minutes of the 767th meeting of the Commission, principal elements discussed : Monitoring the application of Community law – state aid. Environment – atmospheric pollution. Relations with non-member countries – Japan and China. Enlargement – negotiations with Spain. Farm price proposals and related measures for 1985/86. Preparation and presentation of Commission’s programme for 1985. Implementation of agreement with US on exports of steel pipes and tubes. Own resources and enlargement. Integrated Mediterranean programmes (IMPs). Other business – emergency aid to Ethiopia. Corrs. and amendment. Draft special minutes of the 767th meeting of the Commission, Part II. Memo for the members of the Commission: results of weekly Chefs de Cabinet’s meeting, 21 January 1985
Also includes : Report on the Chefs de Cabinet, 28 January 1985 and results of meeting – 1985/86 farm prices and related measures: 2nd reading and decision, standardisation: technical harmonisation, programme for 1985, action on opinions delivered by the EP, written procedures and delegations of powers, monitoring of implementation of Community law, community relations with third countries. Note from Eugene Reagan (member of Cabinet responsible for agriculture) to Sutherland on the results of the foreign affairs meeting, 22/29 January. Background note for discussion with Mr Delors – Canadian action to restrict EEC beef exports. Notes from Catherine Day to Sutherland on the Internal Market – technical harmonisation, state aids and atmospheric pollution. Table on intra-EC trade: market share by value. Liste des questions administratives et budgetaires.

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English, French

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Allied Materials

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