The Multinationals: The View From Europe, Munich: 1975, (report on the Seventh Meeting of the Members of Congress and of the European Parliament, April 1975), September 1975
1975 - 130 pagini
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Pagina 28 - If action by the Community should prove necessary to attain, in the course of the operation of the common market, one of the objectives of the Community and this Treaty has not provided the necessary powers, the Council shall, acting unanimously on a proposal from the Commission and after consulting the European Parliament, take the appropriate measures».
Pagina 26 - ... the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT) , the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) , the...
Pagina 105 - What is needed is legislation obliging multinational concerns to provide detailed financial accounts and other data not only for the branch in any particular country but also for the parent company. This information should accurately reflect all aspects of production development, including the worldwide breakdown of production operations, profits, cash flow, investment expenditure and projects, capital borrowing, participations, taxes, employment, wages, corporate ownership, etc.
Pagina 47 - War II period. Even more important, it seems likely that these relations will soon be redefined in a significantly different way. There are two principal causes of this sharp change in relations: the Greek dictatorship of 1967-74 and the aftermath of the Cyprus crisis of July 1974 which...
Pagina 40 - Urges the speedy withdrawal of all foreign armed forces and foreign military presence and personnel from the Republic of Cyprus, and the cessation of all foreign interference in its affairs; 3.
Pagina 47 - ... member of the European Community, was one manifestation of this new ability of Greece to view itself with interests separate from (although not necessarily antagonistic to) those of the United States. For the first time, political leaders, other than the Communists, could question whether that kind of Greek dependence on NATO and Washington was necessarily in the best Greek national interests. In 1964 a liberal government under George Papandreou won a solid majority in Greece. He represented...
Pagina 41 - Administration, a body established after the invasion, 'on the basis of a secular and federated state until such time as the 1960 Constitution of the Republic... is amended in a similar manner to become the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Cyprus'.
Pagina 63 - January, releasing a total of nearly $2i/£ billion of reserves and thus helping to improve the liquidity position of the banking system. Since last July, these policy actions — together with weaker demands for credit by businesses and consumers — have resulted in a sharp decline of short-term market interest rates. Downward movements have continued in recent weeks, even though Treasury financing needs have grown and market participants have begun, to anticipate massive Federal deficits that,...