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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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The European Prime Minister Jose Manuel Barroso revealed many things in the Macedonian media that some people in Macedonia need decades to see.
Establishing an accession dialogue at a high level that will be held twice a year in order to speed up the implementation of the required reforms was proposed in Ohrid on Saturday by the President of the European Commission, Jose Manuel Barroso, who reiterated together with Enlargement Commissioner Stefan Fule that there should not be any dilemmas concerning Macedonia's accession to the EU, Dnevnik reports.
By KEITH FALKINER EUROPEAN Commission president Jose Manuel Barroso said he supports Enda Kenny's pleas for a reduction in the interest rate on Ireland's EU/IMF bailout.
European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso said on January 31 that Serbia is on "a positive track" towards joining the European Union.
Speaking to journalists, on 5 January, European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso called for member states to meet commitments to make energy savings of 20%.
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Brazilian airline TAM SA (NYSE:TAM) (BOVESPA:TAMM4) announced on Monday the appointment of Libano Miranda Barroso as director president of TAM SA and TAM Linhas Aereas.
Euro-MPs voted by a clear majority yesterday to keep Jose Manuel Barroso as European Commission president for another five years.
The European Parliament's main eurosceptic group will not support European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso for a second term if a vote goes ahead in the EU assembly next week, its leader said on Monday.
Jose Manuel Barroso, the European Commission president, has declared his candidacy for a second five-year term, following a swing to centre-right parties in the European Parliament elections.
European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso hit out in phone conversations with Russian prime minister Vladimir Putin and his Ukrainian counterpart Yuliya Tymoshenko.