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      LA DÉFENSE PLAIDE L‘ACQUITTEMENT AU DEUXIČME PROCČS D‘OUTREAU
      Liberation, 12-04-2006
      par Thierry Lévęque SAINT–OMER, Pas–de–Calais – La défense a plaidé mercredi aux assises du Pas–de–Calais l‘acquittement des sept accusés de la seconde affaire de pédophilie d‘Outreau, qu‘elle voit comme un fiasco judiciaire identique & >>>


      LE GOUVERNEMENT JOUE LA PRUDENCE DANS LA LUTTE ANTITABAC
      Liberation, 12-04-2006
      PARIS – Dominique de Villepin a choisi la prudence dans le dossier sensible de la lutte antitabac en se limitant pour l‘heure ŕ "une large concertation" sur l‘interdiction de fumer dans les lieux publics, y compris les bars, les restaurants et les discoth';ques.

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      LE TERMINAL 2E DE ROISSY DEVRAIT ROUVRIR DÉBUT 2008
      Liberation, 12-04-2006
      PARIS – Le terminal 2E de l‘aéroport de Roissy–Charles–de–Gaulle, dont la jetée s‘était effondrée en mai 2004, devrait ŕ nouveau ętre opérationnel au printemps 2008, annonce mardi Pierre Graff, président d‘Aéroports de Paris (ADP).>>>


      LES DÉPUTÉS ADOPTENT LE TEXTE DE LOI UMP REMPLA'';ANT LE CPE
      Liberation, 12-04-2006
      par Emile Picy PARIS – Les députés ont adopté mercredi, sans surprise, la proposition de loi UMP qui remplace le contrat premi';re embauche (CPE) et porte sur "l‘acc';s des jeunes ŕ la vie active en entreprise".

Le vote a été acquis par 151 vo >>>


      LES DÉPUTÉS FRAN'';AIS VOTENT L‘ENTERREMENT DU CPE
      Liberation, 12-04-2006
      PARIS – Les députés ont adopté, sans surprise et avec célérité, la proposition de loi UMP qui constitue l‘acte de déc';s du contrat premi';re embauche (CPE).

Ce texte qui porte sur "l‘acc';s des jeunes ŕ la vie active en ent >>>


      SÉGOLČNE ROYAL BATTRAIT NICOLAS SARKOZY, SELON UN SONDAGE IFOP
      Liberation, 12-04-2006
      PARIS – Ségol';ne Royal l‘emporte sur Nicolas Sarkozy (52% contre 47%) dans le match des personnalités d‘avril effectué par l‘Ifop pour l‘hebdomadaire Paris Match.

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      TABAC: XAVIER BERTRAND CHARGÉ D‘OUVRIR UNE LARGE CONSULTATION
      Liberation, 12-04-2006
      PARIS – Dominique de Villepin a chargé le ministre de la Santé, Xavier Bertrand, d‘engager "dans les prochains mois" une large consultation sur l‘interdiction du tabac dans les lieux publics et de procéder ŕ "une évaluation approfondie des différentes solut >>>


      VILLEPIN PERD 15 POINTS DANS UN SONDAGE IPSOS–LE POINT
      Liberation, 12-04-2006
      PARIS – La cote de popularité de Dominique de Villepin enregistre une chute de quinze points, dans le barom';tre mensuel Ipsos pour Le Point, ŕ paraître jeudi.

Moins d‘un tiers des Français (30%) disent avoir une image tr';s ou plutôt favorable du Premier mi >>>


      A MISGUIDED MERGER
      The Moscow Times, 12-04-2006
      By Yulia Latynina President Vladimir Putin is an avid downhill skier, so they are building him a residence in the Krasnaya Polyana ski area in the mountains above Sochi. Putin‘s interest in the area has boosted the political clout of Alexander Tkachyov, governor of the Krasnodar region, which includes both Sochi >>>


      BUSINESS IN BRIEF
      The Moscow Times, 12-04-2006
      Aa Aa Aa Business in Brief Kudrin: State Debt Will Rise Finance Minister Alexei Kudrin said the country‘s state debt, denominated in rubles, will begin rising in 2007 for the first time since at least 2002 as Russia borrows more domestically to avoid spending oil funds.

The debt will rise to 2.' tril >>>


      FORMER ENRON CEO SKILLING TAKES STAND
      The Moscow Times, 12-04-2006
      By Matt Daily Reuters HOUSTON –– Former Enron chief executive Jeffrey Skilling took the witness stand in his own defense on Monday, proclaiming his innocence and vowing he would fight criminal charges against him "till the day I die." Skilling, 52, and former Enron CEO and chairman Ken Lay stand a >>>


      GEORGIA MAY LEAVE CIS OVER WINE ROW
      The Moscow Times, 12-04-2006
      By Margarita Antidze Reuters AP Mikhail Saakashvili TBILISI, Georgia –– A top official from Georgia said on Tuesday that Moscow‘s ban of the country‘s wine exports meant there was little point in belonging to the Russia–led organization that groups ex–Soviet states.

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      LISIN TALKS STEEL IN LUXEMBOURG
      The Moscow Times, 12-04-2006
      By Julien Ponthus and Yelena Kokhanovskaya Reuters Dmitry Beliakov / Bloomberg Reports suggested Novolipetsk steelmaker may be eyeing a stake in Arcelor.

BRUSSELS / MOSCOW –– Luxembourg Economy Minister Jeannot Krecke said on Tuesday that he had discussed steel sector consolidation with billionaire >>>


      MEDVEDKOV: TRADE TALKS TO CONTINUE
      The Moscow Times, 12-04-2006
      Reuters Russia‘s chief trade talks negotiator on Tuesday denied reports that Moscow might break off its talks on joining the World Trade Organization in protest at delays in the process caused by Washington.

Maxim Medvedkov said the United States, which must sign a bilateral agreement for Russia to join >>>


      UBS, ING VIE FOR CONSULTANT ROLE
      The Moscow Times, 12-04-2006
      By Anna Smolchenko Staff Writer Only two Western investment banks out of the 14 that have been deemed eligible have submitted bids to advise the government on how to spend billions of oil dollars on infrastructure projects, a government official said Tuesday.

UBS and ING Bank have expressed interest in assessi >>>


      2 HELD FOR SLAVE LABOR AT A COMPUTER CLUB
      The Moscow Times, 12-04-2006
      By Carl Schreck Staff Writer A Chechen native and a homeless man from Sakhalin have been arrested on charges of forcing five mentally disabled young men to work for miserly wages at a computer club and taking their government–allotted apartments.

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      BILL BARS PARTIES FROM JOINING FORCES
      The Moscow Times, 12-04-2006
      By Francesca Mereu Staff Writer The agenda–setting State Duma Council on Tuesday discussed United Russia–drafted legislation that would forbid political parties from including candidates from other parties on their voting lists.

The amendments, if passed into law, would slam shut the last door allo >>>


      ECONOMISTS FRET, KASYANOV LISTENS
      The Moscow Times, 12-04-2006
      By Anastasiya Lebedev and Catherine Belton Staff Writers Opposition presidential hopeful Mikhail Kasyanov on Tuesday gathered leading sociologists and economists, including an adviser to the presidential administration, to brainstorm on government economic policy as he prepares a campaign agenda for his 2008 bid.
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      ENGLISH SPEAKERS READ ON IN MOSCOW
      The Moscow Times, 12-04-2006
      By Emily Gee Staff Writer Igor Tabakov / MT Anglia general manager Lyudmila Korniyenko, left, helping customer Marina Korotova find books for learning English.

For those who survived the long Russian winter by curling up indoors with a good novel, Moscow‘s bookstores have a wide English–language ra >>>


      GAZPROM SPEARHEADING BULL MARKET
      The Moscow Times, 12-04-2006
      By Yuriy Humber Staff Writer Stocks are hitting new peaks after months of government officials, from President Vladimir Putin down, touting energy supplies and security as the centerpiece of Russia‘s G8 presidency.

Putin has penned articles in the international press promoting the energy issue, the Kreml >>>


      IN A FIRST, RUSSIA‘S SOCCER WILL BE IN DUTCH HANDS
      The Moscow Times, 12-04-2006
      By David Nowak Staff Writer Toussaint Kluiters / Reuters Hiddink holding the trophy after a PSV Eindhoven victory at home Sunday.

Dutch coach Guus Hiddink will be the first foreigner to take charge of the Russian national football team.

Hiddink is finalizing a contract with the Russian Football Union. >>>


      IRAN SAYS IT‘S JOINED NUCLEAR CLUB
      The Moscow Times, 12-04-2006
      By Ali Akbar Dareini The Associated Press TEHRAN, Iran –– Iran has successfully enriched uranium for the first time, a landmark in its quest to develop nuclear fuel, President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said Tuesday, insisting his country did not aim to develop nuclear weapons.

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      IVANOV WARNS OF 1,152 FIRMS
      The Moscow Times, 12-04-2006
      By Nabi Abdullaev Staff Writer The Defense Ministry has compiled a list of organizations suspected of helping to proliferate weapons of mass destruction and is urging Russian companies to be cautious in dealing with them.

A total of 1,152 foreign companies in 51 countries are included on the list, Defense Mini >>>


      NORILSK, INTERROS BUY FUEL FIRM FOR $241M
      The Moscow Times, 12-04-2006
      By Conor Humphries Staff Writer Metals giant Norilsk Nickel and industrial and banking group Interros on Tuesday announced a deal to spend $241 million on a major stake in a U.S.

fuel cell company. While apparently years away from profitability, Plug Power could eventually provide a market for Norilsk‘s >>>


      SEWAGE SPILL SNARLS TRAFFIC FOR HOURS
      The Moscow Times, 12-04-2006
      The Moscow Times Grigory Sysoyev / Itar–Tass Municipal workers cleaning and repairing Danilovskaya Naberezhnaya on Tuesday after a large sewage pipe burst.

A large sewage pipe burst in southern Moscow on Tuesday, flooding three embankments of the Moscow River and trapping thousands of motorists in traffi >>>


      SOME PEACE OF MIND AS BURGLARY SEASON BEGINS
      The Moscow Times, 12-04-2006
      By Maria Levitov Staff Writer After a long day at the office and some after–hours fun at a swanky bar, Maxim Mokeyev could not wait to get home and hit the pillow. But the sight of his broken front–door lock made his tiredness disappear in a heartbeat.

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      YUKOS: LITHUANIA TALKS IN FINAL STAGES
      The Moscow Times, 12-04-2006
      The Moscow Times MT Yukos CEO Steven Theede Stricken oil major Yukos said Tuesday that it was in the final stretch of talks with the Lithuanian government over selling its 53.7 percent stake in its Mazeikiu Nafta oil refinery.

Yukos spokeswoman Claire Davidson refuted a statement made earlier by Yukos board ch >>>


      ECONOMIC GROWTH CONNECTS SOCIAL ISSUE SETTLEMENT
      Nhan Dan, 12-04-2006
      Vietnam will continue pursuing its economic growth target together with the settlement of social issues during 2006–2007, said Minister of Planning and Investment Vo Hong Phuc at a two–day international forum on Vietnam‘s economic transition in Hanoi.

To achieve the target, the Vietnamese Par >>>


      HCM CITY TO PUSH UP ODA DISBURSEMENT
      Nhan Dan, 12-04-2006
      Ho Chi Minh City will focus on accelerating the disbursement of official development assistance (ODA) funds, considering this as one of its socio–economic development measures for the second quarter of this year.

The measure was discussed at a meeting of the Municipal Party Committee Executive Board whic >>>


      NA CHAIRMAN PAYS TRIBUTE TO FALLEN HERO, LATE PRIME MINISTER
      Nhan Dan, 12-04-2006
      National Assembly Chairman Nguyen Van An lit incense sticks on the shrines of the late Prime Minister Pham Van Dong in his native village and Martyr Dang Thuy Tram on the site of her death, during his tour of the central province of Quang Ngai on April 11.

Pham Van Dong was Vietnam‘s first Prime Minister >>>


      POVERTY REDUCTION – VIETNAM‘S OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT
      Nhan Dan, 12-04-2006
      Poverty reduction â« Vietnam‘s outstanding achievement In recent time, Vietnam has seen a reduction of over 2% in terms of poor households, equivalent to over 300,000 households each year. An ambitious target of hunger eradication and poverty reduction will be considered at the upcoming tenth National >>>


      PRESIDENT CALLS FOR MORE SUPPORT FOR AO VICTIMS
      Nhan Dan, 12-04-2006
      Speaking to the Vietnam Red Cross (VRC) Central Committee in Hanoi on April 11, President Luong, who is also honorary President of the VRC, urged the association to actively mobilise international organisations to provide timely supplies for Vietnamese AO victims.

The leader expressed his pleasure at the assoc >>>


      ROMANIA LEARNS VIETNAM‘S EXPERIENCES FOR FRANCOPHONE SUMMIT
      Nhan Dan, 12-04-2006
      Cristian Preda, Secretary of State for Francophone Affairs of the Romanian Foreign Ministry, is currently on a five–day visit to Vietnam with the aim of learning from the country‘s experiences in organisation of the Francophone Summit and further promoting bilateral relations.

Romania will host the >>>


      RUSSIA PROSECUTES GANG ACCUSED OF BEATING A VIETNAMESE
      Nhan Dan, 12-04-2006
      Russian police have prosecuted suspects involved in a gang accused of brutally beating a Vietnamese student, according to RIA–Novosti.

The Russian news agency quoted police sources as saying that the victim was a student at Saint Petersburg Polytechnic University and was hopitalised on April 11 for his h >>>


      ‘KURDISH ISSUE OUT OF CIVIL PLATFORM‘
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      &#8216;THIS IS A CRIME AGAINST HUMANITY&#8217;
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      DOMESTIC NEWSLINE
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      ERDOĐAN MEETS WITH SOUTHEAST DEPUTIES
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      ERDOĐAN REMARKS SPARK FIGHT BETWEEN SHP AND CHP
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      GOV‘T UNVEILS KEY SOCIAL SECURITY REFORMS
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      JOURNALISTS ESCAPE TRIAL IN FREE SPEECH CASE
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      MILITARY CEREMONY HELD TO HONOR SOLDIERS KILLED IN CRASH
      12-04-2006
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      PENSIONER RISKS JAIL FOR THROWING EGG AT ERDOĐAN
      12-04-2006
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      SOCIAL SECURITY REFORM FINALLY GOING TO PARLIAMENT
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      ÜMIT FÝRAT: THEY OPENED THE LID AND THE GAS EXPLODED
      12-04-2006
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      ADIDAS SIGNS 11–YEAR DEAL TO PROVIDE UNIFORMS, APPAREL FOR NBA, WNBA
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      BANK OF FRANCE SAYS SOLD 161 TONS OF GOLD IN &#8217;05
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      CHINA‘S TRADE SURPLUS RISES '8.5 PERCENT IN MARCH
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      FINANCELINE
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      GOLD HITS $604, OIL NEAR TO $70
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      GREEK ALPHA BANK EYES TURKISH TEKFENBANK
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      IMF SEES RISKS TO WORLD ECONOMY ON THE HORIZON
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      JAPAN CENTRAL BANK KEEPS MONETARY POLICY UNCHANGED
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      NOT POOR ENOUGH TO BUY CHEAP HOMES?
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      SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT MEANS FINDING BALANCE, SAYS BP EXECUTIVE
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      THREE INVESTORS TO PURCHASE PARIS SAINT–GERMAIN
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      US TURNS UP TRADE PRESSURE ON CHINA AS HU VISIT LOOMS
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      ACTORS, PERSONALITIES PAY TRIBUTE TO DANA REEVE
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      AN EASTER BRUNCH IN THE PALACE
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      BRAZIL‘S ROCHA TAKES ARCHITECTURE‘S TOP HONOR
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      DOLMABAH'';E PALACE TO CELEBRATE 150TH BIRTHDAY WITH YEAR OF EVENTS
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      FRENCH SPRING PRESENTS ‘OUR THEORY‘
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      FROM BRITAIN, FENG SHUI TIPS FOR ‘TIGER–LIKE‘ CARS
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      JAZZ GET–TOGETHER WITH TUCK & PATTI CONCERT IN ANKARA
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      JENNIFER LOPEZ SUES EX–HUSBAND OJANI NOA
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      KIEFER SUTHERLAND SIGNS ON FOR MORE ‘24‘
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      TECHNOLOGY MINGLES WITH ART IN ANKARA DIGITAL EXHIBITION
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      TERRY SCHIAVO EUTHANASIA COULD BECOME HOLLYWOOD STORY
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      TODAY IN HISTORY
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      URBAN, UNDERWOOD TRIUMPH AT CMT AWARDS
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      ‘IRAN HAS ENRICHED URANIUM FOR USE IN FUELLING ATOMIC REACTORS‘
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      ABBAS OFFERS PEACE TALKS WITH NEW ISRAEL GOVERNMENT
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      BOMB EXPLOSION AT PAKISTANI MOSQUE KILLS DOZENS
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      EUROPE‘S VENUS EXPRESS SPACE PROBE ENTERS ORBIT
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      HUNDREDS OF PARIS STUDENTS HOLD VICTORY MARCH
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      IRAQ TO BOYCOTT ARAB MEETING OVER MUBARAK COMMENTS
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      IRAQI PM DEFIANT AS SHIITES FAIL TO AGREE
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      OUT OF POWER, BERLUSCONI WILL HAVE LESS LEEWAY WITH COURTS
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      SHARON ERA COMES TO SYMBOLIC END IN ISRAEL
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      SPANISH JUDGE CHARGES 2' WITH MARCH 11 TRAIN BOMBS
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      SPECTER OF PARALYSIS HANGS OVER ITALY
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      GOLD PRICE BOOSTS AUSSIE DOLLAR
      FT, 12-04-2006
      April 12 2006 03:00 Commodity currencies strengthened yesterday as metal and oil prices continued to march higher.

The Australian dollar climbed above 73 cents versus its US namesake as gold surpassed $600 a troy ounce, its highest level since December 1'80, and copper hit $6,000 a tonne.

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      AT LEAST 32 KILLED IN PAKISTAN BLAST
      FT, 12-04-2006
      April 12 2006 03:00 At least 32 people were killed and tens of others injured last night in a bomb blast in Karachi, Pakistan‘s southern port city.

The bomb went off neara stage at Nishtar Park where hundreds of Sunni Muslim worshippers were celebrating the anniversary of the birth of the Prophet Mohamm >>>


      BOJ KEEPS INTEREST RATES STEADY
      FT, 12-04-2006
      April 12 2006 03:00 The Bank of Japan decidedat its monthly meeting to keep its benchmark interest rate at zero. The decision had been expected by analysts.

Toshihiko Fukui, BoJ governor, said yesterday: "As long as inflation is contained, we are likely to be able to maintain a very low level of interest >>>


      CALL FOR ACTION TO STEM DECLINE IN TOURISM
      FT, 12-04-2006
      April 12 2006 03:00 US tourism industry leaders and top government officials yesterday urged collaboration between the public and private sectors to stem the shrinking US market share of international travellers.

Michael Chertoff, homeland security secretary, told industry leaders at the Global Travel and Tou >>>


      POLICE FIRE ON PROTESTORS IN NEPAL
      FT, 12-04-2006
      April 11 2006 16:51 Police loyal to King Gyanendra fired live rounds, rubber bullets and blanks to disperse pro–democracy protests in Kathmandu, the Nepali capital, and more than a dozen districts on Tuesday, drawing the condemnation of the United Nations.

The sixth day of a general strike called by pol >>>


      EUROTUNNEL SEEKS DEBT WAIVER AS RESULTS DELAYED
      FT, 12-04-2006
      April 12 2006 08:47 Eurotunnel asked on Wednesday for a third debt waiver since January, saying it needed to bring all of its creditors together to devise a plan to stave off a cash crunch that threatens the company‘s status as a going concern.

The request, which is likely to be agreed, came as the comp >>>


      ORANGE POLISH BRAND SWITCH INVESTIGATED
      FT, 12-04-2006
      April 11 2006 1':00 Polish prosecutors are investigating whether PTK Centertel, the Polish mobile phone operator controlled by France Telecom, harmed the company by agreeing last year to adopt the Orange brand.

The investigation was requested by a senior member of the ruling Law and Justice party, citing >>>


      RUSSIA TO SUPPLY LESS OIL THAN EXPECTED
      FT, 12-04-2006
      April 11 2006 22:16 Oil supplies from Russia will fall short of expectations over the next four years, adding to the supply concerns that have driven world oil prices to record highs this week.

Claude Mandil, executive director of the International Energy Agency, told the Financial Times that expectations for >>>


      BUSINESS FEARS GOVERNMENT INSTABILITY PUTS REFORMS AT RISK
      FT, 12-04-2006
      April 12 2006 03:00 Italian business leaders and economists warned yesterday that government instability following the Italian elections would jeopardise the fast implementation of badly needed reforms.

The indices on the Milan stock exchange fell as investors showed their unease at the close election result. >>>


      DISGRACED BANKER CLAIMS POLITICAL LINKS
      FT, 12-04-2006
      April 12 2006 03:00 Last year‘s Italian banking scandals continued to threaten the reputation of politicians close to Silvio Berlusconi this week even while they were seeking election.

Gianpiero Fiorani, the disgraced banker who once headed Banca Popolare Italiana, has been giving details under investig >>>


      FRENCH STILL PROTEST AS MORE CHANGES SOUGHT
      FT, 12-04-2006
      April 12 2006 03:00 French students and trade unions yesterday celebrated the government‘s humiliating climbdown over a contentious reduction in job protection for young people by calling for concessions on other labour reforms.

After watching Dominique de Villepin, prime minister, "publicly eat hi >>>


      HUNGARY COALITION HEADS FOR VICTORY
      FT, 12-04-2006
      April 11 2006 03:00 Hungary‘s ruling socialist–liberal coalition yesterday looked within striking distance of retaining power, a day after forging a narrow lead in Sunday‘s first round of parliamentary elections. A second round will be held on April 23.

The Socialists took 43 per cent of the >>>


      ITALIAN BONDS FEEL ELECTION PRESSURE
      FT, 12-04-2006
      April 11 2006 1':02 Italian government bonds came under pressure on Tuesday as investors showed little confidence in the new government‘s ability to tackle the problems facing theňŔÉheavilyňŔÉindebtedňŔÉcountry.

Romano Prodi and his centre–left oppo >>>


      JUDGE TELLS 2' TO STAND TRIAL FOR MADRID BOMBS
      FT, 12-04-2006
      April 12 2006 03:00 A Spanish judge yesterday ordered 2' people to stand trial for their role in the 2004 train bombings in Madrid, Spain‘s worst terrorist attack.

Of the 2', six are charged with killing 1'1 people and injuring another 1,755 when 10 backpacks and sports bags packed with expl >>>


      MARTIN WOLF: FRAGILE GOVERNMENTS AUGUR ILL
      FT, 12-04-2006
      April 11 2006 20:15 European political turmoil has, alas, displaced my promised column on US inequality.

But President Jacques Chirac‘s perhaps predictable'4;surrender to the protesters, the results of the Italian election and last year‘s election in Germany now combine to raise a compelli >>>


      NEW GERMAN SPD LEADER SEEKSTO RAISE PARTY PROFILE IN COALITION
      FT, 12-04-2006
      April 12 2006 03:00 The new leader of Germany‘s Social Democrats promised yesterday to open the party to "engineers, doctors and lawyers" following a decline in working–class support in recent years.

Kurt Beck pledged close co–operation with Chancellor Angela Merkel, a Christian De >>>


      POLAND URGES END TO MERGER CHALLENGE
      FT, 12-04-2006
      April 12 2006 03:00 Poland yesterday called on the European Commission to stop its legal challenge against Warsaw over the government‘s opposition to a bank merger involving Italy‘s UniCredit.

Pawel Szalamacha, Poland‘s deputy Treasury minister, said a settlement struck between the governmen >>>


      WHISTLEBLOWER HELPS BREAK FRENCH CARTEL
      FT, 12-04-2006
      April 12 2006 03:00 France‘s competition watchdog has for the first time used a US–style "whistleblower" law to break up a price–fixing conspiracy and grant immunity to one of the cartel members in return for its co–operation.

The country‘s Competition Council said yest >>>



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