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Barroso

(bəˈrəʊsəʊ)
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(Biography) José Manuel (ʒoˈse maˈnwɛl) born 1956, Portuguese politician; prime minister of Portugal (2002–04); president of the European Commission from 2004
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there are not sufficient grounds to establish a violation of the duty of integrity and discretion in Barroso working for Goldman Sachs.
Former European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso has accused his successor Jean-Claude Juncker of "discriminatory" behaviour for opening an ethics probe into his taking a job with U.
Two months after former EU Commission head Jose Manuel Barroso announced his new position at US banker Goldman Sachs, the EU is investigating whether the job meets ethical standards.
NEW YORK: US investment bank Goldman Sachs said that its hiring of former European Commission head Jose Manuel Barroso was not related to Britain's decision to exit the European Union.
Not to be outdone, BM's talents Nicole Barroso, Marinette Franco, Alvin Dictado and Joshua Enciso performed Gerardo Francisco's Tara Let's, a fun and frisky contemporary work that showed off the company's characteristic high-octane energy and strong classical lines.
BRUSSELS, Aug 29 (KUNA) -- President of the European Commission Jose Manuel Barroso on Friday expressed in a phone call with Russian President Vladimir Putin his deep concern with the current events in east Ukraine.
Law Center graduate Yanae Barroso received The Florida Bar Animal Law Committee's 2014 Outstanding Service Award.
Barroso will start official visits to Moldova on June 11-12, where he will meet with the country's officials.
EC President Barroso has told Prime Minister Oresharski that the EC will take action against Bulgaria due to non-observance of EU rules in the South Stream agreements.
The Group of Seven most developed economies is calling on Russia to stop all efforts to "annex" Ukraine's Crimea region, European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso said Wednesday.
Henry McLeish said European Commission president Jose Manuel Barroso made a "monumental blunder" when he made the remarks on Sunday.
LONDON, Rabi'II 16, 1435, Feb 16, 2014, SPA -- European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso said on Sunday it would be nearly impossible for the European Union to agree on granting membership to newly-formed states that elect to break away from an existing member country, Reuters reported.