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Document 31998R2820

European Commission
Council of the European Union
Legal basis:
Commission: 11992E113;
Procedure:
Agreement (ACC)
Type of file:
Proposal for a Regulation
Regulation
EuroVoc thesaurus:
developing countries; tariff policy; generalised preferences
Directory code:
11.70.30.00 External relations / Development policy / Generalised system of preferences
Leading service:
DG IB – External Relations: Southern Mediterranean, Middle East, Latin America, South and South–East Asia and North South cooperation
Associated service:
DG III – Industry ; Directorate-General for Agriculture and Rural Development ; Directorate-General for Taxation and Customs Union ; Directorate-General for Environment ; Secretariat-General ; Directorate-General for Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion ; Directorate-General for Development and Relations with African, Caribbean and Pacific States ; DG I – External Relations: Commercial Policy and Relations with North America, the Far East, Australia and New Zealand ; Directorate-General for Maritime Affairs and Fisheries
Decision mode:
Oral procedure
Addressee for formal act:
Council of the European Union
Addressee for optional consultation:
European Parliament ; European Economic and Social Committee
Legal basis:
11992E113
Procedure:
Agreement (ACC)
Type of file:
Proposal for a Regulation
Remarks:
EUR-OP
Documents:
COM/1998/521/FINAL
BULLETIN/1998/9/1.3.50
JO C/1998/362/1
CELEX number of the main document:
51998PC0521
Council agenda:
ITEM "B" ON COUNCIL AGENDA
Council session:
2147
Subject:
GENERAL AFFAIRS
Documents:
PRES/1998/431
BULLETIN/1998/12/1.3.43
Council agenda:
ITEM "A" ON COUNCIL AGENDA
Council session:
2153
Subject:
ENVIRONMENT
Procedure:
Agreement (ACC)
Type of file:
Regulation
Documents:
CS/1998/12190
PRES/1998/453
BULLETIN/1998/12/1.3.43
JO L/1998/357/1
JO L/1999/184/50
JO L/1999/61/55
CELEX number of the main document:
31998R2820

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