December 2008: Journalist.
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Date Fairness.com Resource Read it at: Feb 22, 2011 Google Faces New Antitrust Charges in Europe
QUOTE: Google faced new accusations on Tuesday that it was blocking a smaller European search service by restricting the use of its powerful system for attracting advertisers.
New York Times Jul 29, 2010 As Europe Seeks to Ban Food Made From Clones, Some Makes Its Way to Market
QUOTE: Many Europeans recoil at the very idea of cloning animals, but a handful of breeders in Switzerland, Britain and possibly other countries have imported semen and embryos from cloned animals or their progeny from the United States, seeking to create more consistently plump and productive livestock.
New York Times May 19, 2010 An Old Chip Cartel Case Is Brought to a Swift End
QUOTE: The European Union fined a group of computer chip makers 331.3 million euros ($409 million) on Wednesday for price fixing in the first use of a new procedure that allows settlement of cartel cases in Europe.
New York Times Aug 31, 2009 Europe’s Ban on Old-Style Bulbs Begins
QUOTE: Restrictions on the sale of incandescent bulbs begin going into effect across most of Europe on Tuesday in the continent’s latest effort to get people to save energy and combat global warming. But even advocates concede the change is proving problematic.
New York Times Jul 09, 2009 Europe Is Studying Delays in Access to Generic Drugs
QUOTE: Europe’s antitrust regulator took aim at drug companies in France, Israel, India and the United States on Wednesday after a lengthy inquiry into practices that it claimed kept low-cost medicines from reaching consumers quickly.
New York Times Dec 04, 2008 Green Inc.: Paying Poor Countries to Save Trees
QUOTE: Scientists and environmentalists want mechanisms to reward the developing world for saving its forests incorporated into any such treaty....furious response from groups that say that the developing world has a right to boost its economic development through forestry.
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