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EnglishMadam President, internationalisation and globalisation are proceeding apace.
EnglishCertainly the suppression of women's rights in Afghanistan continues apace.
EnglishThe struggle between the political establishment and the peoples of Europe continues apace, then.
EnglishThis cooperation continues apace, to no one's great surprise.
EnglishPresident Santer hopes that this project will move forward apace under the Austrian presidency.
EnglishTrade and transport in the region are developing apace.
EnglishInternational negotiations will proceed apace and intense diplomatic work will be needed on our part this year.
EnglishIn all events, the process is proceeding apace.
EnglishThe market for food supplements is developing apace.
EnglishThe government of Brazil announced last year that the destruction of the world's largest tropical forest, the Amazon, proceeds apace.
EnglishThe great success of the euro, as the President of the Commission has pointed out, is that mergers and takeovers are proceeding apace.
EnglishYet, alas, the Berlusconisation of Europe proceeds apace, and with your Commission conflict of interest becomes a European vice.
EnglishOver the last 50 years, business activity has increased apace, and immigrant workers and sub-contractors are used to a great extent.
EnglishOf course, economic progress in China continues apace, but that will soon meet limits if the process of economic development does not give rise to better conditions.
EnglishIt is always easy to be wise after the event and no doubt if we do proceed apace we may not achieve a 100% satisfactory outcome.
EnglishWe hope that this can be done apace, even though, as is always the case at the end of negotiations, the dossiers concerned are difficult ones, for example the dossier on shipbuilding.
EnglishAs the world population continues to grow apace and the seas are being emptied of fish at an alarming rate, it looks as if the farming of sea fish will probably be inevitable.
EnglishIt is also apparent that this process will continue apace, and that an interconnected world whose inhabitants are in close contact with each other has become a part of our lives.
EnglishThe failure of Seattle was an initial indicator of this, but opinion has developed apace since then, particularly under the impetus of a number of agricultural crises.
EnglishFor this reason, we are proceeding apace with our efforts to devote all the time we have available to putting forward a proposal which could be accepted by the next Council of Energy Ministers.