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EnglishThe social consequences of restructuring must therefore be alleviated.
EnglishExport refunds for the dairy sector were further alleviated recently.
EnglishHow does the Commissioner believe that this delay can be alleviated?
EnglishThey have alleviated the pressure on the interbank markets.
EnglishAlmost 30% of cancers can be avoided and their consequences alleviated through early detection and treatment.
EnglishA feeling that the EU "imposes its agenda" exists among the southern partners and needs to be alleviated.
EnglishThe unfortunate consequences of these amendments are not alleviated by Amendment No 147, however good its intentions.
EnglishIn the face of the weight of the third pillar, fear must be alleviated and business interests excluded.
EnglishThis has alleviated the difficult times.
EnglishThis tendency may have been alleviated somewhat, but it remains the case that far too much of the funds we have cannot be made use of.
EnglishNatural disasters such as the tsunami cannot be alleviated by making drastic cuts in areas of political significance.
EnglishLet us not confuse the Russia of today with an emerging country whose financial difficulties can be alleviated with traditional financial aid.
EnglishI also believe that we must seek strategies for compensating for climate change and determining the extent to which it can be alleviated.
EnglishHowever, the Council would like to state that it is satisfied that the Commission has already begun talks on how the consequences of the earthquake can be alleviated.
EnglishAfter all, they are the experts who have a good understanding of the ideas about how the most pressing needs in poverty and women could be alleviated.
EnglishThis means that our non-governmental financial aid, which has indeed hitherto alleviated a certain amount of poverty, is no longer possible.
EnglishWe need this because there is a question, not just about the right of companies, but also about the right of patients to have their suffering from genetic diseases alleviated.
EnglishThese concerns will not be alleviated by the project of a barrier-free transatlantic market, which is on the agenda of the next European Union-United States summit.