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I-063382
Ref: I-063382
Date: 20/10/2009

I-062876
Ref: I-062876
Date: 11/09/2009
Extraits du point de presse de la mi-journée de la CE de Johannes Laitenberger, porte-parole de José Manuel Barroso, sur General Motors Europe et Opel
Johannes Laitenberger, spokesperson of José Manuel Barroso, President of the EC, read the EC statement regarding the last developments concerning GM Europe, during the midday press briefing on 11/09/2009. This is the complete statement issued by the European Commission: 1. The Commission has been following the situation of GM Europe very closely. It has notably organized several ministerial meetings to ensure full information and transparency among all parties affected. It has clarified the EU state aid and internal market rules which must be respected. 2. The Commission is aware that General Motors has taken a decision to only hold a minority share in GM Europe in the future. The Opel Trust has decided to support this approach. The Commission therefore notes that the process has been launched to create an independent European producer. 3. It is obvious that the Commission is not yet in a position to comment on the details of the process because such details have not yet been finalized by the actors directly responsible, i.e. the undertakings. The Commission is in touch with the actors directly responsible and the Member States affected. President Barroso has asked Vice-President Verheugen and Commissioner Kroes to monitor the situation and to ensure information and transparency among all Member States affected. The Commission will call another ministerial meeting as soon as appropriate. The Commission's Competition DG is already in close touch with the German authorities. The Commission has underlined that the financial support must be fully compliant with all aspects of the EU's state aid and internal market rules, as outlined in May 2009. The German authorities have undertaken to give full details to the Commission. 4. All actors involved will have to live up to what has been repeatedly said by the Commission: The restructuring plan of GM Europe must be economically sound. It must guarantee that the company will be viable in the future. Any decision taken - and namely possible financial support by public authorities - must fully comply with the EU's state aid and internal market rules. In particular, state aid cannot be subject to additional non-commercial conditions concerning the location of investments and/or the geographic distribution of restructuring measures. 5. The Commission will continue to very closely follow the developments and remain in permanent contact with the actors. It will evaluate the situation on the basis of the agreements reached and their notifications. It will be attentive to the social consequences of decisions taken. It will take the action required of it under its competencies.

I-062816
Ref: I-062816
Date: 07/09/2009

I-062541
Ref: I-062541
Date: 22/07/2009
Point de presse de la mi-journée de la CE de Johannes Laitenberger, porte-parole de José Manuel Barroso, sur l'état d'avancement du mécanisme de coopération et de vérification relatif à la Bulgarie et à la Roumanie
La Commission a adopté sa 3e évaluation annuelle sur les progrès accomplis par la Bulgarie et la Roumanie, dans la réforme du système judiciaire, et la lutte contre la corruption et, dans le cas de la Bulgarie, la lutte contre la criminalité organisée. Le rapport aborde un aperçu des progrès réalisés depuis l'année dernière, et un aperçu des lacunes qui doivent encore être abordées. Le rapport montre que le mécanisme fonctionne et qu'il donne des résultats. Il y a une dynamique de réforme dans les deux pays, à un niveau technique. Afin d'aider les deux pays, et de donner la priorité aux actions de réforme, la Commission a présenté 21 recommandations concrètes pour une réforme en Bulgarie, et 16 recommandations pour la Roumanie. Lorsque les deux pays ont rejoint l'Union européenne en 2007, ils se sont engagés à combler certaines lacunes dans leur système judiciaire et dans la lutte contre la corruption. La criminalité organisée a été soulignée comme étant une préoccupation spécifique dans le cas de la Bulgarie, et ces engagements sont repris dans le traité d'adhésion. La Commission a établi ce qu'on appelle le mécanisme de coopération et de vérification pour évaluer les progrès accomplis. Johannes Laitenberger, porte-parole de José Manuel Barroso, président de la CE, a donné une conférence de presse au sujet de ce rapport d'activités annuel, sur le mécanisme de coopération et de vérification relatif à la Bulgarie et à la Roumanie, le 22/07/2009.

I-062539
Ref: I-062539
Date: 22/07/2009
Extraits du point de presse de la mi-journée de la CE de Johannes Laitenberger, porte-parole de José Manuel Barroso, sur l'état d'avancement du mécanisme de coopération et de vérification relatif à la Bulgarie
The Commission has adopted its third annual assessment on progress in Bulgaria and Romania, on judicial reform and fight against corruption, and in the case of Bulgaria also fight against organised crime. The report addresses an overview of the progress achieved since last year, and an overview over the shortcomings that still need to be addressed. The report shows that the mechanism is working and that it is producing results. There is a reform momentum in both countries, at a technical level. To assist the two countries, and prioritising reform actions, the Commission has presented 21 concrete recommendations for a reform in Bulgaria and 16 recommendations for Romania. When the two countries joined the European Union in 2007, they made commitment to address certain shortcomings in their judicial systems and the fight against corruption. Organised crime was highlighted as a specific concern in the case of Bulgaria, and these commitments were set out in the accession treaty .The Commission established the so-called cooperation and verification mechanism to monitor the progress made. Johannes Laitenberger, spokesperson of José Manuel Barroso, President of the EC, gave a press briefing on the annual progress report on the cooperation and verification mechanism with Bulgaria, on 22/07/2009.

I-062540
Ref: I-062540
Date: 22/07/2009
Extraits du point de presse de la mi-journée de la CE de Johannes Laitenberger, porte-parole de José Manuel Barroso, sur l'état d'avancement du mécanisme de coopération et de vérification relatif à la Roumanie
The Commission has adopted its third annual assessment on progress in Bulgaria and Romania, on judicial reform and fight against corruption, and in the case of Bulgaria also fight against organised crime. The report addresses an overview of the progress achieved since last year, and an overview over the shortcomings that still need to be addressed. The report shows that the mechanism is working and that it is producing results. There is a reform momentum in both countries, at a technical level. To assist the two countries, and prioritising reform actions, the Commission has presented 21 concrete recommendations for a reform in Bulgaria and 16 recommendations for Romania. When the two countries joined the European Union in 2007, they made commitment to address certain shortcomings in their judicial systems and the fight against corruption. Organised crime was highlighted as a specific concern in the case of Bulgaria, and these commitments were set out in the accession treaty. The Commission established the so-called cooperation and verification mechanism to monitor the progress made. Johannes Laitenberger, spokesperson of José Manuel Barroso, President of the EC, gave a press briefing on the annual progress report on the cooperation and verification mechanism with Romania, on 22/07/2009.

I-062021
Ref: I-062021
Date: 15/06/2009

I-061943
Ref: I-061943
Date: 08/06/2009

I-061843
Ref: I-061843
Date: 27/05/2009

I-061848
Ref: I-061848
Date: 27/05/2009

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