COM(2008)88 - For the adaptation of cod fishing quotas to be allocated to Poland in the Baltic Sea (Subdivisions 25- 32, EC Waters) from 2008 to 2011 - EU monitor

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For the adaptation of cod fishing quotas to be allocated to Poland in the Baltic Sea (Subdivisions 25- 32, EC Waters) from 2008 to 2011

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This Regulation i is drafted by the European Commission (EC) i en the Directorate-General Maritime Affairs and Fisheries (MARE) i of the European Commission and published on March 13, 2008.

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official title

Proposal for a Council Regulation providing for the adaptation of cod fishing quotas to be allocated to Poland in the Baltic Sea (Subdivisions 25- 32, EC Waters) from 2008 to 2011
 
Legal instrument Regulation
reference by COM-number i COM(2008)88 EN
Additional COM-numbers COM(2008)88
CELEX number i 52008PC0088

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Key dates

Document 13-03-2008
Online publication 13-03-2008
Decision 14-04-2008; Verordening 2008/338
Publication in Official Journal i 17-04-2008; OJ L 107 p. 1-3

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