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ISSN 0378-3693 Bulletin OF THE EUROPEAN COMMUNITIES Commission No 12 1984 Volume 17 The Bulletin of the European Communities reports on the activities of the Commission and the other Community institutions. It is edited by the Secretariat-General of the Commission (rue de la Loi 200, B-1049 Brussels) and published eleven times a year (one issue covers July and August) in the official Community languages Spanish and Portuguese. Reproduction is authorized provided the source is acknowledged. The following reference system is used: the first digit indicates the part number, the second digit the chapter number and the subsequent digit or digits the point number. Citations should therefore read as follows: Bull. EC 1 -1979, point 1.1.3 or 2.2.36. Supplements to the Bulletin are published in a separate series at irregu­lar intervals. They contain official Commission material (e.g. communica­tions to the Council, programmes, reports and proposals). The Supple­ments do not appear in Spanish and Portuguese. Printed in Belgium Bulletin OF THE EUROPEAN COMMUNITIES ECSC — EEC — EAEC Commission of the European Communities Secretariat-General Brussels No12 1984 Sent to press in March 1985 Volume 17 contents PART ONE VãSlíL· 1. The new Commission 7 2. Dublin European Council 17 3. Budgetary discipline 24 4. Rejection of draft general budget for 19858 5. Signing of the ACP-EEC Convention 30 6.

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ISSN 0378-3693
Bulletin
OF THE EUROPEAN
COMMUNITIES
Commission
No 12 1984
Volume 17 The Bulletin of the European Communities reports on the activities of
the Commission and the other Community institutions. It is edited by the
Secretariat-General of the Commission (rue de la Loi 200, B-1049
Brussels) and published eleven times a year (one issue covers July and
August) in the official Community languages Spanish and Portuguese.
Reproduction is authorized provided the source is acknowledged.
The following reference system is used: the first digit indicates the part
number, the second digit the chapter number and the subsequent digit
or digits the point number. Citations should therefore read as follows:
Bull. EC 1 -1979, point 1.1.3 or 2.2.36.
Supplements to the Bulletin are published in a separate series at irregu­
lar intervals. They contain official Commission material (e.g. communica­
tions to the Council, programmes, reports and proposals). The Supple­
ments do not appear in Spanish and Portuguese.
Printed in Belgium Bulletin
OF THE EUROPEAN
COMMUNITIES
ECSC — EEC — EAEC
Commission of the European Communities
Secretariat-General
Brussels
No12
1984
Sent to press in March 1985
Volume 17 contents
PART ONE VãSlíL·
1. The new Commission 7
2. Dublin European Council 17
3. Budgetary discipline 24
4. Rejection of draft general budget for 19858
5. Signing of the ACP-EEC Convention 30
6. Reduction of formalities in trade within the Community 33
7. Implementation of the 1984-87 framework programme of
Community scientific and technical activities
ARl IN DECEMBER 1984
1. Building the Community 38
— Economic and monetary policy
— Internal market and industrial affairs9
— Industrial innovation and the information market 49
— Customs union 50
— Competition2
— Financial institutions and taxation 61
— Employment, education and social policy
— Culture 67
— Regional policy
— Environment and consumers9
— Agriculture 73
— Fisheries 81
— Transport6
— Energy 90
— Research and development2. Enlargement and external relations 94
—t and bilateral relations with applicant
countries 9
— Commercial policy5
— Relations with industrialized countries7
—s with other countries and regions 100
• Mediterraneans 10
• Countries of the Gulf and the Arabian peninsula
• Asia 101
• Latin America
• State-trading countries2
— Development
— International organizations and conferences 106
3. Financing Community activities8
4. Political and institutional matters 11
— Political cooperation
— European policy and relations between the institutions 11
— Institutions and organs of the Communities3
• Parliament 11
• Council 125
• Commission9
• Court of Justice 130
•t of Auditors4
• Economic and Social Committee
• ECSC Consultativee6
• European Investment Bank7
PART THREE DOCUMENTATION
1. ECU 14
2. Additional references in the Official Journal 145
3. Infringement procedures6
4. Convention on the Law of the Sea9
5. The Bulletin in 1984: special features, supplements and docu­
mentation 150
Publications of the European Communities Supplements 1984
1 /84 Unfair terms in contracts concluded with consumers PART ONE
SPECIALFEATURES Bulletin information service
Readers can obtain information on developments since this issue went to press (date of
adoption of instruments by the Council, of opinions given by Parliament or the Economic
and Social Committee, of publication in the Official Journal, etc.) by telephoning the
document services of the Information Offices at the following numbers:
London 222 8122
Belfast 240708
Cardiff 371631
Edinburgh5 205
Dublin 712244
Standardized abbreviations for the designation of certain monetary units in the different languages of
the Community:
ECU = European currency unit
BFR = Belgische frank / Franc beige
DKR = Dansk krone
DM = Deutsche Mark
DR = Greek drachma
FF = Franc français
HFL = Nederlandse gulden (Hollandse florijn)
IRL = Irish pound / punt
LFR = Franc luxembourgeois
LIT = Lira italiana
UKL = Pound sterling
USD = United States dollar 1. The new Commission
1.1.1. On 4 December the Representatives Mr Cheysson Mediterranean policy
of the Governments of the Member States, and North-South re­
meeting in the European Council, agreed lations
on the Members of the Commission of the
Mr Narjes Industrial affairs
European Communities for the period from
Information technologies
6 January 1985 to 5 January 1989.! Mr
Research and science
Jacques Delors will be President from 6
Joint Research Centre
January 1985 to 5 January 1987.! The Vice-
Presidents are to be appointed later. Mr Andriessen Agriculture
Fisheries
The 14 Members of the new Commission
Lord Cockfield Internal market are:
Customs Union Service
Mr Franciscus H.J.J. Andriessen Financial institutions
Mr Claude Cheysson and taxation
Mr Henning Christophersen
Mr Pfeiffer Economic affairs Lord Cockfield
Employment
Mr Stanley Clinton Davis
Credit and investment
Mr Willy De Clercq
Statistical Office
Mr Jacques Delors
Mr Nicolas Mosar Mr Varfis Regional policy
Mr Karl-Heinz Narjes Relations with Parlia­
ment Mr Lorenzo Natali
Mr Alois Pfeiffer
External relations Mr De Clercq anc Mr Carlo Ripa di Meana
commercial policy
Mr Peter Sutherland
Mr Grigoris Varfis Mr Mosar Energy
Euratom Supply Agency
Publications Office
Allocation of responsibilities
Mr Clinton Environment
Davis Consumer protection
1.1.2. At an informal meeting at Royau- Nuclear safety
mont, near Paris, on 7 and 8 December, the Forestry
Members-designate reached general agree­ Transport
ment on the allocation of responsibilities
Mr Ripa de Institutional matters
(formally confirmed at the first meeting of
Meana People's Europe
the new Commission on 7 January 1985):
Information policy
The arts Mr Delors Secretariat-General
Tourism Legal Service
Spokesman's Group
Mr Christopher- Budget
Joint Interpreting and
sen Financial control
Conference Service
Personnel and adminis­
Security Office
tration
Monetary matters
Coordination of struc­ Mr Sutherland Competition
tural Funds Social affairs, education
and training
Mr Natali Cooperation and devel­
opment
Enlargement O J L 341, 29.12.1984.
Bull. EC 12-1984 New Commission
In addition, Mr Delors appointed Mr Ripa June 1959- Member, Planning and Investment
January 1962 Section, Economie and Social de Meana his personal representative on the
Council. ad hoc Committees on Institutional Affairs
and a People's Europe.
1962-69 Head, Social Affairs Department,
Commissariat Général au Plan
(Planning Commission).
1963-64 Lecturer, Ecole nationale d'admini­
Biographical notes
stration.
April 1969- Secretary-General, Interdepartmen-
August 1973 tal Committee on Vocational Train­1.1.3. Biographical details on the Mem­
ing and Social Advancement. bers of the Commission are set out below:
June 1966- Adviser on social and cultural affairs
August 1971 to the Prime Minister.
August 1971- Chargé de mission to the Prime Min-
July 1972 ister.
Jacques Delors
January 1973 Member, General Council, Banque
de France.
October Associate professor, University of
1973 Paris-Dauphine.
February Founder of the 'Echanges et Projets'
1974 association.
December Joined the Socialist Party.
1974
1975 Director of the 'Travail et Société'
research centre.
1976-79 National coordinator for inter­
national economic relations for the
Socialist Party.
February Member, National Committee on
1976 Scientific Research.
April 1979 Member, Central Committee, So­
cialist Party.
June 1979 Elected to the European Parliament.
Born 20 July 1925.
September Chairman, European Parliament's
Married, with two children (one deceased). 1979 Committee on Economic and Mon­
etary Affairs.
1945-52 Executive Officer and subsequently
Head of Department at the Banque Minister of Economic and Financial May 1981-
de France. February Affairs.
1983
1950-62 On the staff of the Director-General,
Securities Department, Banque de March 1983- Mayor of Clichy.
France. Economic adviser to the
December
Confédération française des travail­
1984
leurs chrétiens (Christian Trade
Union Confederation).
March 1983- Minister of Economic and Financial
Leader of the 'Citoyens 60' club. July 1984 Affairs and the Budget.
Bull. EC 12-1984