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Delors

(dəˈlɔː)
n
(Biography) Jacques (Lucien Jean). born 1925, French politician and economist, President of the European Commission (1985–94): originator of the Delors plan for closer European union
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The proposals in the Delors Report are more radical than any change in the conduct of macroeconomic policy since the war.
The real leitmotif of the coming Presidency is not of course Rory the lion but economic and financial convergence within the member states, the implementation of the package known as Delors II.
The market has preferred to believe the explicit statement of former EU Commission President Jacques Delors that "Monetary union means that the Union [the EU] acknowledges the debts of the member states of the monetary union.
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They are: Alfred Sommer, Paul Sieving, Jacques Delors, Amartya Sen, Carla Shatz, Joshua Sanes, Mark Bear, Gullapalli Rao, Jose Cunha-Vaz, Antonio Guterres, and the Nobel Laureate, Susumu Tonegawa.
The first stop was the European Union in the late 1980s, where two French Socialists -- Jacques Delors and Pascal Lamy (the president of the European Commission and his assistant, respectively) -- led the way.
One of the key architects of European monetary union, former European Commission President Jacques Delors saw the launch of the Euro as a path to deeper political union.
BIRTHDAYS: Jacques Delors, European politician, 88; Dame Diana Rigg, actress, 75; Kim Carnes, singer, 68; Carlos Santana, rock musician, 66; Paul Cook, rock drummer (Sex Pistols), 57; Charlie Magri, former boxer, 57; Jonathon Morris, actor, 53; Chris Cornell, musician, 49; Anton du Beke, ballroom dancer, 47; Josh Holloway, actor, 44.
Delors is fighting for every half per cent on this.
Twenty years ago, it started to change into a monetary union through a process former EU leader Jacques Delors recently described as "flawed".
But, for national leaders in the EU whose last ambition is to have to deal with a new Jacques Delors, i.
Then from 1990 to 1994, he worked in the cabinet of Jacques Delors, the President of the European Commission.