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October 16, 1990
Foreign ministers of the 12 European Community nations take up the divisive issue in Luxembourg on Monday of how far they should go toward meeting an American demand to reduce continental farm subsidies. That's the thorniest issue in the so-called Uruguay Round of negotiations aimed at liberalizing international trade, and a vital one for U.S. farmers hoping to develop overseas markets.
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January 31, 1991
The EUROPEAN COMMUNITY decided how it will divide $685 million in loans and grants to Egypt, Jordan and Turkey to help compensate for their losses from the Gulf conflict. Egypt will receive a grant of $240 million, Jordan a grant of $205 million and Turkey an interest-free loan of $240 million, the EC said in Brussels. Individual EC member nations earlier gave a total of $1.37 billion to the three states.
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NEWS
January 31, 1991
The EUROPEAN COMMUNITY decided how it will divide $685 million in loans and grants to Egypt, Jordan and Turkey to help compensate for their losses from the Gulf conflict. Egypt will receive a grant of $240 million, Jordan a grant of $205 million and Turkey an interest-free loan of $240 million, the EC said in Brussels. Individual EC member nations earlier gave a total of $1.37 billion to the three states.
NEWS
October 16, 1990
Foreign ministers of the 12 European Community nations take up the divisive issue in Luxembourg on Monday of how far they should go toward meeting an American demand to reduce continental farm subsidies. That's the thorniest issue in the so-called Uruguay Round of negotiations aimed at liberalizing international trade, and a vital one for U.S. farmers hoping to develop overseas markets.
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