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I-033453
Reference: I-033453
Date: 15/12/1995
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I-033459
Reference: I-033459
Date: 15/12/1995
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I-033463
Madrid European Council, 15-16/12/1995
On 15 an 16 December 1995, the meeting of the European Council took place in Madrid. It was chaired by Felipe González Márquez, Spanish Prime Minister and President in office of the Council.The European Council took decisions on employment, the single currency, the IntergovernmentalConference and enlargement to bring in countries of Central and Eastern Europe and the Mediterranean. The European Council considered that job creation is the principal social, economic and political objective of the European Union and its Member States, and declared its firm resolve to continue to make every effort to reduce unemployment. The European Council adopted the scenario for the changeover to the single currency, confirming unequivocally that this stage would begin on 1 January 1999. The European Council decided to name the currency, to be used from 1 January 1999, the "Euro". The European Council continued its deliberation on the future of Europe, which was launched in Essen and continued in Cannes and Formentor. In this connection, having welcomed the Reflection Group's report, theEuropean Council decided to launch the Intergovernmental Conference on 29 March 1996 in order to establish the political and institutional conditions for adapting the European Union to present and future needs, particularly with a view to the next enlargement. Carlos Westendorp, Spanish Secretary of State for European Affairs and President of the 1196 IGC Reflection Group, gave a press conference regarding the 1996 Intergovernmental Conference (IGC) and association of the candidate countries to their work.
Reference: I-033463
Date: 15/12/1995
Duration: 05:45

I-033420
Extracts from the press conference by Neil Kinnock, Member of the EC, on the Agreement of a capital contribution for the Iberia Group
On 14 December 1995, after nine months of intensive negotiations, Neil Kinnock, Member of the EC in charge of Transport (including Trans-European Networks), and Juan Manuel Eguiaguaray, Spanish Minister for Industry, reached an agreement in principle to the authorization by the European Commission of an immediate capital injection into the Iberia Group. The injection would be acceptable on strict commercial grounds and would amount to 87 bn pesetas. It would be regarded as compatible with the market economy investor principle established since 1984 in Community law. It would not therefore constitute a state aid. Under the terms of the proposed authorization decision, the European Commission would also indicate its willingness to assess a request for authorization of a further capital injection by Teneo into the Iberia Group of up to 20 bn pesetas in 1997 on the basis of the achievement of financial and other indicators confirmed by audited accounts for the years 1995 and 1996. During his press conference, Neil Kinnock emphasized this agreement as fully compatible with the European Commission's commitment to the healthy development within the European Union of independent airline businesses meeting international standards of competitiveness on a commercial basis without the distorting effects of state aid. Subject to finalization of the details of the agreement reached, the European Commission would aim to take a formal authorization decision in mid-January.
Reference: I-033420
Date: 14/12/1995
Duration: 05:27

I-033326
Reference: I-033326
Date: 07/12/1995
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I-033315
Reference: I-033315
Date: 06/12/1995
Duration: 06:09

I-033297
Reference: I-033297
Date: 01/12/1995
Duration: 06:56

I-033298
Reference: I-033298
Date: 01/12/1995
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I-033288
Reference: I-033288
Date: 30/11/1995
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I-033254
Reference: I-033254
Date: 28/11/1995
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I-033249
Reference: I-033249
Date: 27/11/1995
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I-033260
Reference: I-033260
Date: 27/11/1995
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