BULLETIN. Nr. 6-7/1983
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BULLETIN. Nr. 6-7/1983

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ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL COMMITTEE OF THE EUROPEAN COMMUNITIES BULLETIN Brussels- Nr. 6-7/1983 When notifying us of CHANGES OF ADDRESS, you are asked to send back the envelope with your old address as printed by our addrcssograph machine. This helps us to trace you. CONTENTS Pane 209th PLENARY SESSION 3 ESC Chairman comments on Stuttgart SummitAdoption of Opinions 4 1. ECONOMIC SITUATION IN THE COMMUNITY (MID-1983) (own initiative Opinion)2. SOCIAL DEVELOPMENTS IN THEY IN 19823. EEC/US RELATIONS 7 4. IONIZING RADIATION 9 5. MERCURY DISCHARGES 10 6. TRACTOR ROLL-OVER GUARDS1 ESC Chairman visits Bonn3 NEW CONSULTATIONS5 PROVISIONAL FUTURE WORK PRO­GRAMME 19 MEMBER'S NEWS 21 209th PLENARY SESSION ESC 209th PLENARY SESSION The Economic and Social Committee held its 209th Plenary Session at the Committee building in Brussels on 6 and 7 July 1983. Its Chair­man, Mr François Ceyrac, presided. ESC Chairman comments on Stuttgart Summit At the opening of the Plenary Session. Mr Ceyrac declared: "The striking thing about the outcome of the Stuttgart summit is the increasing gap between the concerns of European business and labour circles and those responsible for governing the Community". The representatives of socio-professional groups expected this sum­mit to give a new impetus to the Community, to boost economic policies likely to help recovery, to improve the co-ordination of these same policies and to reduce monetary instability.

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