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      A LONG TRIP TO A MINE AND A LONGER TRIP BACK
      The Moscow Times, 06-04-2006
      By Ethan Wilensky–Lanford To Our Readers The Moscow Times welcomes letters to the editor. Letters for publication should be signed and bear the signatory‘s address and telephone number.

Letters to the editor should be sent by fax to (7–4'5) 232–652', by e–mail to oped@imed >>>


      A MARRIAGE OF CONVENIENCE
      The Moscow Times, 06-04-2006
      By Boris Kagarlitsky None of the parties that contested last month‘s election in Ukraine can be entirely satisfied with the result. Viktor Yanukovych would seem to have the most cause for celebration. His Party of the Regions came away with 32.12 percent, outstripping its rivals by a wide margin. The party failed >>>


      ARMY MUST POLICE ITSELF, IVANOV SAYS
      The Moscow Times, 06-04-2006
      By Nabi Abdullaev Staff Writer Defense Minister Sergei Ivanov said Wednesday that the military should be empowered to investigate itself, an effort to shield the armed forces from outside prosecutors investigating high–profile hazing incidents.

Ivanov has been accused by prosecutors of failing to put an >>>


      CITY CRACKS DOWN ON GAMING
      The Moscow Times, 06-04-2006
      By Yuriy Humber Staff Writer Vladimir Filonov / MT A Moscow official says 500 gaming spots will close in the next two months.

Moscow could see its rows of gaming parlors and casinos thin to well under 800 establishments by the start of the summer as city authorities crack down on a business they say has become >>>


      COMMUNISM BAD FOR HEALTH, STUDY SHOWS
      The Moscow Times, 06-04-2006
      By Francesca Mereu Staff Writer Apparently, being a communist is not just passé in post–Soviet Russia.

It‘s also dangerous for your health. Vodka, poverty and lack of self–reliance, according to a recently published U.S. study, dramatically increase the risk of early death.

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      ECOLOGISTS FRET AS WATER CODE CLEARS THE DUMA
      The Moscow Times, 06-04-2006
      By Anatoly Medetsky Staff Writer Defying protests from conservationists, the State Duma on Wednesday gave final approval to the Water Code –– legislation that, among other things, will allow more economic activity near lakes, rivers and seas.

The code passed in a vote of 343 to 88, with the Communi >>>


      EU TO KEEP PRESSURE ON MINSK
      The Moscow Times, 06-04-2006
      By Jeff Mason Reuters AP An opposition supporter putting paper boats with the names of detained fellow protesters in the water in Minsk.

STRASBOURG, France –– The European Union vowed on Wednesday to keep up pressure on Belarus to open up to democracy and free activists, as EU lawmakers gave a warm >>>


      ON TREATMENT OF FOREIGNERS AT HOME AND ABROAD
      The Moscow Times, 06-04-2006
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      POPE URGED TO AX ‘VICAR OF JESUS‘ TITLE
      The Moscow Times, 06-04-2006
      By Tom Heneghan Reuters PARIS –– Pope Benedict XIV, who has dropped his title "Patriarch of the West" to boost ties with Orthodox Christians, should scrap more terms tagged to his name if he wants real progress, a senior Russian Orthodox bishop said.

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      WINEMAKERS REBUFF CHARGES
      The Moscow Times, 06-04-2006
      Combined Reports Vadim Ghirda / AP Moldova and Georgia say a Russian ban on their wines is not justified.

Moldovan and Georgian officials on Wednesday denied Russian allegations that they produce poor–quality wine and questioned the validity of Russia‘s March 27 ban on wine imports from their count >>>


      ZENIT HAS A MOUNTAIN TO SCALE
      The Moscow Times, 06-04-2006
      By Martin Burlund Special to The Moscow Times Dmitry Lovetsky / AP Seville players training on the eve of Thursday‘s game in St. Petersburg.

ST. PETERSBURG –– Zenit St. Petersburg will have to outscore its opponent by at least three goals if it is to have any chance of advancing in Thursday&l >>>


      BRUNEI‘S CROWN PRINCE PRESENTS US $50,000 TO AGENT ORANGE VICTIMS
      Nhan Dan, 06-04-2006
      Brunei‘s Crown Prince Haji Al–Muhtadee Billah and his wife have presented US $50,000 to the Vietnam Association for Agent Orange Victims as aid to Vietnamese Agent Orange (AO) victims.

Brunei Ambassador to Vietnam Dato Paduka Haji Ali Haji Hassan handed over the sum to the Association‘s Presi >>>


      INTERNATIONAL TRADE FAIR OPENS IN HANOI
      Nhan Dan, 06-04-2006
      President Tran Duc Luong cut the ribbon to open the fair which will last through April '.

On display are industrial–agricultural machinery, electric, electronic, and medical equipment; pharmaceutical products, foods, drinks, chemicals, fertilizers, vehicles and spare parts, garments and textiles, con >>>


      MORE PEOPLE MADE AWARE OF LAW ON JOINING INTERNATIONAL CONVENTIONS
      Nhan Dan, 06-04-2006
      A two–day conference on raising awareness about the Law on signing, joining and implementing international conventions and the ordinance project on signing and implementing international agreements is being held in Ho Chi Minh City.

The conference, presided over by representatives from the Foreign Minist >>>


      NA‘S NINTH SESSION TO BE HELD IN MID–MAY
      Nhan Dan, 06-04-2006
      The National Assembly Standing Committee has decided to convene the ninth session of the 11th Congress, starting from May 16, 2006 at Ba Dinh Meeting Hall in Hanoi.

The National Assembly plans to discuss and approve nine draft laws, two revised laws and one resolution in the session. The 11 draft laws are the >>>


      NA‘S SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENT COMMITTEE MEETS
      Nhan Dan, 06-04-2006
      The National Assembly‘s Committee for Science, Technology and the Environment opened its 11th meeting in the Central Highlands city of Da Lat on April 5, in preparation for the ninth session of the upcoming 11th congress.

The meeting discussed five issues examining the draft law on standardisation, the d >>>


      PM URGES TRANSPORT SECTOR NOT TO BE AFFECTED BY PMU 18 CASE
      Nhan Dan, 06-04-2006
      PM Khai worked with leaders and key officials of the Ministry of Transport and Communication on April 5 while relevant agencies are investigating the PMU 18 case. The PM affirmed that the ministry completed a record amount of work in the last five–year plan (2001–2005). The sector had built many important p >>>


      SPEAKER OF US HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES TO VISIT VIETNAM
      Nhan Dan, 06-04-2006
      A delegation of the US Congress headed by Speaker of the House of Representatives Dennis Hastert will visit Vietnam, the US–Vietnam Trade Council announced on April 4.

The visit will be part of their 11–day tour of Greece, India, Nepal and Vietnam, which is scheduled from April 7–18.

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      VICE STATE PRESIDENT PRAISES GERMAN BANK‘S ASSISTANCE
      Nhan Dan, 06-04-2006
      Vice State President Truong My Hoa has praised the active and timely assistance in micro–financial services given by the German Saving Banks Finance Group to poor women in Vietnam.

Hoa added that the activity has contributed to the traditional friendship between Vietnam and Germany.

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      VIETNAM‘S POPULATION, POVERTY REDUCTION ACHIEVEMENTS PRAISED
      Nhan Dan, 06-04-2006
      Shin Sakurai, former Chairman of the Asian Forum of Parliamentarians on Population and Development (AFPPD), spoke highly of Vietnam‘s achievements in population affairs, hunger elimination and poverty reduction at a seminar in Hanoi on April 5.

Vietnam managed to reduce the average number of children per >>>


      VIETNAM AIMS TO KEEP POPULATION BELOW 8' MILLION BY 2010
      Nhan Dan, 06-04-2006
      To achieve the targets, the country will have to reduce the birth rate by 0.25% on average annually.

During the past five years, the country‘s population continued increasing with an average of 1.13 million more people every year. The country had a population of 83.1 million in 2005, exceeding the foreca >>>


      GANGS CLASH WITH FRENCH RIOT POLICE
      Pakistan Observer, 06-04-2006
      Unions vow to kill off jobs plan Paris—The French political scene remained tense after gangs of youths hurled stones and bottles at riot police, who responded with tear gas, at the end of mass demonstrations in several French cities against a contested youth jobs plan.

Police said they had arrested 312 people >>>


      INDO–US N DEAL HAS SERIOUS IMPLICATIONS
      Pakistan Observer, 06-04-2006
      PM says Pak for increase in only non–permanent UNSC members New York—Prime Minister Shaukat Aziz Wednesday said Pakistan is against increase in the permanent members of the Security Council and in favour of enhancing only non–permanent members to make the organization more representative and equitable. Addr >>>


      PAKISTAN, US EXPRESS RESOLVE TO EFFECTIVELY FIGHT TERRORISM
      Pakistan Observer, 06-04-2006
      Meeting discusses counter–terror, education and job opportunities Washington—The Fourth Pakistan–U.S. Joint Working Group which met here Wednesday, Pakistan and the United States expressed their «firm resolve» to coordinate their efforts further «to effectively deal with scourge of terrori >>>


      RICE URGES CONGRESS TO APPROVE US–INDIA DEAL
      Pakistan Observer, 06-04-2006
      Washington —Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice called on Congress Wednesday to approve an unprecedented U.S. plan to share nuclear technology with India, saying it was «not enabling a larger weapons program.» Civilian reactors in India would come under international inspection and India’s energy needs woul >>>


      US COMMITTED FOR LASTING STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIP WITH PAK: BOUCHER
      Pakistan Observer, 06-04-2006
      Musharraf underlines importance of expanding coop with US in diverse fields Says N power generation must to meet energy needs Aroosa Alam Islamabad—President General Pervez Musharraf has underlined the importance of consolidating and expanding bilateral cooperation in diverse areas in the framework of the Pakistan &nda >>>


      DRAFT FORESEES TRANSPARENCY IN DECLARATION OF ASSETS
      06-04-2006
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      ERDOÐAN SLAMS COUNCIL OF STATE AHEAD OF CHANGE OF POWER
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      LAWYERS COMPLAIN OF POLITICAL INTERFERENCE, FINANCIAL TROUBLES
      06-04-2006
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      MARSILI ASSURES CONTINUED ITALIAN SUPPORT AFTER ELECTIONS
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      OPPOSITION SEEKS PARLIAMENTARY INQUIRY INTO TENDER CORRUPTION CHARGES
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      PKK STEPS UP VIOLENCE AS SOLDIERS, AKP ATTACKED
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      PKK TARGETS SOLDIERS, POLICE, APPARENTLY AKP
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      PROSECUTORS OPPOSE RETRIAL OF ÖCALAN
      06-04-2006
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      ‘ACCESS TO JUSTICE SHOULD BE FACILITATED‘
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      AYDIN DOGAN NAMED BIGGEST TAXPAYER IN ISTANBUL
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      BILGIN REMAINS BANKING WATCHDOG HEAD
      06-04-2006
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      CHINA, TURKMENISTAN AGREE ON GAS PIPELINE
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      EU PUSHES GOVERNMENTS TO OPEN UP ENERGY MARKETS
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      FINANCELINE
      06-04-2006
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      FITCH PLACES ‘A‘ LONG–TERM RATING ON FINANSBANK
      06-04-2006
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      GAZPROM CALLS FOR THREEFOLD INCREASE IN GAS PRICES FOR BELARUS
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      GREEK CHURCH HOLDS SHARES IN NBG
      06-04-2006
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      KAZAKHSTAN PLEDGES TO DOUBLE CAPACITY OF OIL PIPELINE TO RUSSIA
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      NY ATTORNEY GENERAL SUES MAJOR ‘SPYWARE‘ INTERNET COMPANIES
      06-04-2006
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      S. KOREA‘S SHINHAN BANK EYES TURKEY
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      SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT CONGRESS TO BE HELD IN ISTANBUL
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      TOURISM FIGURES HAVE INDUSTRY LEADERS ON EDGE
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      TOYOTA AND NISSAN TO RECALL OVER 120,000 VEHICLES
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      ANKARA MUSIC FESTIVAL GETS UNDER WAY
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      AT LEAST ONE US THEATER PULLS TRAILER FOR ‘UNITED '3‘
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      INDIAN DIRECTOR SAYS LATEST PROJECT INSPIRED BY NABOKOV‘S LOLITA
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      ISRAELI AMBASSADOR‘S RECEPTION HONORS AUTHOR AMOS OZ
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      METU ART FESTIVAL ADDS TO ANKARA BECOMING A CITY OF ART AND CULTURE
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      NINTENDO‘S MEGAHIT BRAIN–TRAINING GAME TO GO GLOBAL
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      NOMINEES ANNOUNCED FOR 2006 LATINO ENTERTAINMENT AWARDS
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      POLISH EMBASSY WELCOMES SPRING WITH CONCERT
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      REFLECTIONS ON A WOMAN‘S OBJECTIVE
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      TODAY IN HISTORY
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      ‘COGLIONI‘ INSULT DOGS BERLUSCONI
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      BERLUSCONI INSULT FROM BAR ROOM TO LIVING ROOM
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      CIA ACCUSED OF USING FIRMS TO TRANSFER TERROR SUSPECTS
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      FRENCH UNIONS SET DEADLINE FOR JOB LAW REPEAL
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      HOMELAND SECURITY OFFICIAL NABBED IN SEX STING
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      HUNT ON FOR SPY KILLER AHEAD OF N. IRISH PEACE TALKS
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      JUDGE BANS BASQUE PARTY BATASUNA MEETING
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      KERRY: US SHOULD SET TWO DEADLINES
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      NEWSLINE
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      PALESTINIAN PM SAYS COFFERS ARE EMPTY
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      SADDAM RETURNS TO COURT, SLAMS INTERIOR MINISTRY
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      THAKSIN WINS PRAISE FOR AGREEING TO STEP DOWN
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      US FEMALE TEACHER CHARGED WITH RAPE
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      COLOMBIA SUFFERS HIGHEST LEVEL OF ARMED VIOLENCE
      FT, 06-04-2006
      April 5 2006 16:06 Colombia suffers one of the highest levels of armed violence in the world, although there has been a significant improvement since 2002, according to a joint report by the Conflict Analysis Resource Center and the Geneva–based Small Arms Survey.

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      CHINA VOWS AID PACKAGE FOR SOUTH PACIFIC ALLIES
      FT, 06-04-2006
      April 6 2006 03:00 Wen Jiabao, China‘s premier, pledged a wide–ranging package of economic aid to South Pacific island allies yesterday during a summit seen by analysts as a bid to cement Beijing‘s influence in the region. The measures included Rmb3bn ($375m, ã214m, òÂì305 >>>


      HOWARD SAYS A$23.8BN TELSTRA SALE MAY BE DELAYED
      FT, 06-04-2006
      April 6 2006 11:25 John Howard, Australia‘s prime minister, said on Thursday the A$23.8bn privatisation of the country‘s telecoms incumbent Telstra ‫ the world‘s largest share sale ‫ might be delayed if its share price was deemed too low.

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      MERCER HR PLANS HUB IN INDIA
      FT, 06-04-2006
      April 6 2006 03:00 Mercer Human Resource Consulting, a subsidiary of the financial services and insurance group Marsh & McLennan, is setting up a global operations hub for its HR outsourcing business in India.

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      THAKSIN KEEPS ONE HAND ON LEVERS OF POWER
      FT, 06-04-2006
      April 5 2006 18:0' Over the last five years, Thaksin Shinawatra, the billionaire businessman turned charismatic prime minister, dominated Thai political life, controlling all important government decision–making and relentlessly promoting himself as the ubiquitous patron saint of the country‘s rural an >>>


      BERLUSCONI VOWS ‘NO SURRENDER‘ TO OPPOSITION
      FT, 06-04-2006
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      BIRD FLU FOUND ON GERMAN POULTRY FARM
      FT, 06-04-2006
      April 5 2006 23:12 German authorities confirmed on Wednesday the country‘s first case of the deadly H5N1 bird flu strain in domestic fowl.

Confirmation of the virus, found at a large poultry farm in the state of Saxony, eastern Germany, marks only the second instance of H5N1 in domestic birds in the Eur >>>


      BROKER LOSES £10M IN EASYJET SHARES SALE
      FT, 06-04-2006
      April 5 2006 22:27 JPMorgan Cazenove lost about ã10m from its handling of the sale of Icelandic investor FL Group‘s 16.' per cent stake in EasyJet, the low–cost airline.

FL Group said in a statement to the stock exchange before the market opened yesterday that the proceeds from the sal >>>


      CAN EUROPE SHOW THE WAY ON CSR?
      FT, 06-04-2006
      April 5 2006 18:41 The "European Social Model" has always been a source of pride for EU politicians.

A kinder, more consensual way of doing business, such a model is consciously to be contrasted with raw and uncaring American capitalism. As such, Europe might be expected to take naturally to ideas o >>>


      EU MEMBERS WARNED ON CORPORATE TAX PLAN DELAYS
      FT, 06-04-2006
      April 5 2006 17:42 European Union plans to introduce a harmonised corporate tax base could suffer delays unless member states step up their preparations for the mammoth project, the European Commission warned on Wednesday.

Brussels is keen to replace the current patchwork of national corporate tax regimes wit >>>


      EUROZONE INTEREST RATES HELD AT 2.5%
      FT, 06-04-2006
      April 6 2006 12:45 The European Central Bank left eurozone interest rates at 2.5 per cent on Thursday, but expectations remained for a quarter–point increase in May as the region‘s economy makes steady progress.

Central to the bank‘s decision was the need to encourage continued growth in the >>>


      NEW EU ENTRANTS ‘HELPED LIFT UK ECONOMY‘
      FT, 06-04-2006
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      OBSERVER – EUROPE
      FT, 06-04-2006
      2006 1':28 What can explain the preponderance of former communist sympathisers at the top of the European Commission?

Jos é Manuel Barroso was a revolutionary Maoist in his youth. Trade commissioner Peter Mandelson was once a member of the British Communist party. Administration commissioner Siim Ka >>>


      OLD LANE PICKS CREDIT SUISSE AS BROKERAGE
      FT, 06-04-2006
      April 5 2006 22:05 Old Lane, the $2bn hedge fund formed by Vikram Pandit and other former Morgan Stanley executives, has quietly begun trading, sources familiar with the matter said on Wednesday.

And in a surprise, the sources said the fund has hired Credit Suisse to serve as its primary Wall Street brokerage >>>


      AIRLINES FACE PEAK–HOUR CONGESTION CHARGE
      FT, 06-04-2006
      April 6 2006 03:00 Airlines could face congestion charges for using European airports at peak times, under proposals to be unveiled today by Jacques Barrot, European Union transport commissioner.

Peak–time charging for airlines, which would be offset by lower fees for flights taking off and landing at o >>>


      EU GIVES SERBIA DEADLINE ON MLADIC
      FT, 06-04-2006
      April 6 2006 03:00 Stabilisation and association talks for Serbia and Montenegro, a step towards eventual membership in the EU, resumed yesterday after signs of co–operation over fugitive war crimes suspects.

The second round of the talks began with regional politics, trade and financial issues, after t >>>


      EU MEMBERS WARNED ON CORPORATE TAX PLAN DELAYS
      FT, 06-04-2006
      April 6 2006 03:00 European Union plans to introduce a harmonised corporate tax base could suffer delays unless member states step up their preparations for the mammoth project, the European Commission warned yesterday.

Brussels is keen to replace the current patchwork of national corporate tax reg– ime >>>


      MEPS WIN FURTHER ‚¬2BN FOR BUDGET DEAL
      FT, 06-04-2006
      April 6 2006 03:00 The European parliament has squeezed an additional €2bn out of member states as part of a seven–year EU budget deal, ending months of fractious negotiations.

While many MEPs yesterday hailed the increase as a victory (they had opposed cutting funding in areas such as transport >>>


      PARMALAT GETS GO AHEAD TO TAKE BANKS TO COURT
      FT, 06-04-2006
      April 6 2006 03:00 An Italian court yesterday boosted the legal efforts of Parmalat‘s new management to obtain financial compensation from banks it believes assisted in the company‘s devastating fraud.

The Italian dairy company alleges that a raft of banks and other financial groups helped the pre >>>


      AMERICANS LEARN TO PREVENT ACCIDENTAL SHOOTINGS
      FT, 06-04-2006
      April 5 2006 18:06 An armoured US truck crawls to an intersection on a stretch of desert highway in the far western Iraqi province of Anbar.

A car approaching from its right immediately pulls over to the side of the road, behaviour that has become instinctive among motorists in this violence–torn stretc >>>


      AMERICANS TAKE STEPS TO PREVENT ACCIDENTAL SHOOTINGS
      FT, 06-04-2006
      April 6 2006 03:00 An armoured US truck crawls to an intersection on a stretch of desert highway in the far western Iraqi province of Anbar.

A car approaching from its right immediately pulls over to the side of the road, behaviour that has become instinctive among motorists in this violence–torn stretc >>>


      DOVISH TRICHET BOOST EUROZONE BOND PRICES
      FT, 06-04-2006
      April 6 2006 14:2' Eurozone government bond prices rallied on Thursday after comments on future rate moves by Jean–Claude Trichet, the European Central Bank president proved to be more dovish than expected.

Mr Trichet threw water on increasing market expectations of a rate hike in May. He was speaki >>>


      EURO FORGES NEW HIGHS
      FT, 06-04-2006
      updated: April 6 2006 12:53 The euro hit another record high against the yen and a two month peak versus the greenback on expectations the European Central Bank will tighten monetary policy in the coming months.

The ECB however was not expected to alter interest rates from the current level of 2.5 per cent at >>>


      EUROPE HIGHER AS ECB PLAYS DOWN MAY RISE
      FT, 06-04-2006
      April 6 2006 14:58 European stocks returned to positive territory on Thursday after the European Central Bank left eurozone interest rates on hold at 2.5 per cent and played down expectations of a May rise.

By mid afternoon, the FTSE Eurofirst 300 was up 3 per cent at 1,383.66, while Frankfurt‘s Xetra D >>>


      GOLD FUTURES BREAK THROUGH $600 AN OUNCE ON COMEX
      FT, 06-04-2006
      April 6 2006 14:12 Gold led a shining performance for the precious metals complex on Thursday as bullion futures pushed through $600 on New York‘s Comex exchange, with gains sparked by dollar weakness and high oil prices.

Gold for June delivery hit $600 in official trade on the New York Mercantile Excha >>>


      JAPAN‘S TOPIX INDEX CLOSES AT 14–YEAR HIGH
      FT, 06-04-2006
      April 6 2006 03:41 The Topix index closed at a 14–year high on Thursday, boosted by a rise in the euro against the yen, and continuing confidence in Japan‘s economic recovery.

The index – widely followed by fund managers – finished up 1.7 per cent at 1,775.67 in the highest close since >>>


      MERCK LOSES $4.5M VIOXX CASE
      FT, 06-04-2006
      April 6 2006 15:07 Merck was ordered to $4.5m to a man who blamed the maker of Vioxx for his heart attack, but nothing to a second plaintiff who also sued the company, according to a decision reached by jurors late on Wednesday.

The men alleged that Merck downplayed the risks of Vioxx, allowing them to contin >>>


      ONLINE GAMING BOOST PUSHES LONDON TO NEW HIGH
      FT, 06-04-2006
      April 6 2006 14:53 London‘s main equities index hit a fresh five–year high on Thursday, buoyed by a stellar performance from internet gaming stocks.

Reports that proposed legislation in the US that would ban internet gambling had not attracted as much support as expected sent shares in PartyGaming >>>



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