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Official Journal

of the European Communities Information and Notices


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ISSN 0378-6986

C106
Volume 22 27 April 1979

English edition

Contents

Commission ECU European unit of account Resolution of the Consultative Committee of the European Coal and Steel Community on the social consequences of the iron and steel policy Communication from the Commission pursuant to Article 5 (5) of Council Decision 75/210/EEC of 27 March 1975 1

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Preparatory Acts

Commission Proposal for a Council Regulation opening, allocating and providing for the administration of a Community tariff quota for fresh or chilled tomatoes falling within subheading ex 07.01 M of the Common Customs Tariff, originating in the African, Caribbean and Pacific States and in the overseas countries and territories (1979/80)

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COMMISSION

ECU () EUROPEAN UNIT OF ACCOUNT (2) 26 April 1979


Currency amount for one unit: Belgian and Luxembourg franc German mark Dutch guilder Pound sterling Danish krone French franc Italian lira Irish pound United States dollar

40-1283 2-52506 2-73590 0-651940 7-04879 5-80320 1127-50 0-661184 1-33361

Swiss franc Spanish peseta Swedish krona Norwegian krone Canadian dollar Portuguese escudo Austrian schilling Finnish markka Japanese yen

2 28847 90 3587 5 86188 6 88209 1 52458 65 2535 18 5572 5 34777 290 793

The Commission has installed a telex with an automatic answering device which gives the conversion rates in a number of currencies. This service is available every day from 3.30 p.m. until 1 p.m. the following day. Users of the service should do as follows: call telex number Brussels 23789; give their own telex code; type the code 'cccc' which puts the automatic system into operation resulting in the transmission of the conversion rates of the EUA; the transmission should not be interrupted until the end of the message, which is marked by the code 'ffff.

(') Council Regulation (EEC) No 3180/78 of 18 December 1978 (OJ N o L 379, 30. 12. 1978, p. 1). (2) Council Decision 75/250/EEC of 21 April 1975 (Convention of Lome) (OJ N o L 104, 24. 4. 1975, p. 35). Commission Decision N o 3289/75/ECSC of 18 December 1975 (OJ N o L 327, 19. 12. 1975, p. 4). Decisions of the Council of Governors of the European Investment Bank of 18 March 1975 and of 30 December 1977. Financial Regulation of 21 December 1977 concerning the general budget of the European Communities (OJ N o L 356,.31. 12. 1977, p. 1).

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RESOLUTION OF T H E CONSULTATIVE COMMITTEE O F T H E EUROPEAN COAL A N D STEEL COMMUNITY on the social consequences of the iron and steel policy (adopted unanimously but with three votes against at its session of 9 March 1979)

THE CONSULTATIVE COMMITTEE draws attention, on the one hand, to its resolution of 19 September 1978 on the social aspects of the iron and steel policy (x) and, on the other hand, to the Subcommittee for Labour Problems terms of reference, namely, to examine in detail in liaison with the Commission of the European Communities all the aspects of the measures to be taken to implement the social programme, i.e. amongst others: methods of implementing early retirement, restructuring of shift or team work, organization of a shorter working week, restrictions on overtime; has taken note of the reports of the Subcommittee for Labour Problems, which met on 3 October 1978, 11 January and 16 February 1979; draws attention, in connection with the social aspects of the iron and steel policy, to its resolution of 23 January 1979 on the ECSC's reorganization policy ( 2 ); is of the opinion that 1. the policies of restructuring and reorganization and the social consequences of the iron and steel policy are inseparably linked; 2. these three aspects must be given equal consideration by the Commission, the Council of Ministers and the Governments of the Member States, and the necessary technical, financial and administrative resources for their implementation must be made available;

3. the solutions proposed in connection with the social aspects of the iron and steel policy represent a range of possibilities from which each country can begin to select those suitable for solving the social problems occurring in its iron and steel industry, while maintaining coherence at Community level; 4. these possibilities should be taken up immediately, in view of the fact that several Member States have already made attempts to find solutions to the social problems accompanying the restructuring of the iron and steel sector; draws attention in this context to the fact that the Commission should have sufficient funds at its disposal and that it should interpret Article 56 and apply Article 95 of the ECSC Treaty in the broadest sense; fully supports the initiatives of the Commission, both in the industrial and social field and in the area of conversion, to overcome the consequences of the steel crisis, and appeals to both the competent international and national authorities to reach satisfactory agreements permitting a better solution to the economic and social problems in this sector; dismissals should as far as possible be avoided and, in so far as they are unavoidable in the context of restructuring, the consequences should be dealt with in a socially acceptable way including a dynamic policy aimed at creating alternative employment; requests the Commission to convey this resolution to the members of the European Council so that they can take it into account at their meeting of 12 and 13 March 1979.

O OJNoC237, 7. 10. 1978. (2) OJ No C 40, 13. 2. 1979.

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Communication from the Commission pursuant to Article 5 (5) of Council Decision 75/210/EEC of 27 March 1975

By virtue of Article 4 (4) of Council Decision 75/210/EEC of 27 March 1975 on unilateral import arrangements in respect of State-trading countries ('), the Commission has adopted the following change to the import arrangements applied in the United Kingdom with regard to Hungary with effect from 3 April 1979: the quotas No 10 and No 11 in Annex VI (f) of Council Decision 79/252/EEC (2) are replaced by the following quota:
No CCT Heading No Description Quantity Value 1000

10

69.11 1 69.12 }

Domestic and ornamental china and earthenware

323

69.13 J

(') O J N o L 9 9 , 21.4. 1975, p. 7. (2) OJ No L 60, 12. 3. 1979, p. 59-60.

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Proposal for a Council Regulation opening, allocating and providing for the administration of a Community tariff quota for fresh or chilled tomatoes falling within subheading ex 07.01 M of the Common Customs Tariff, originating in the African, Caribbean and Pacific States and in the overseas countries and territories (1979/80) (Submitted by the Commission to the Council on 18 April 1979)

THE COUNCIL OF THE EUROPEAN COMMUNITIES, Having regard to the Treaty establishing the European Economic Community, and in particular Articles 43 and 113 thereof, Having regard to the proposal from the Commission, Having regard to the opinion of the European Parliament, Whereas Article 1 of Council Regulation (EEC) No 430/78 ( l ) provides for the opening by the Community of a Community tariff quota of 1 000 tonnes of fresh or chilled tomatoes falling within subheading ex 07.01 M I of the Common Customs Tariff, originating in the African, Caribbean and Pacific States and in the overseas countries and territories; whereas the quota period runs from 15 November to 15 April; whereas the customs duty applicable to the quota is set at 4 - 4 % , with a minimum charge of two units of account per 100 kilograms net weight; Whereas this Regulation is valid only until 29 February 1980; whereas, therefore, the pro rata temporis clause is applicable for the fixing of the quota volume for the period 15 November 1979 to 29 February 1980; whereas a Community tariff quota of 700 tonnes should therefore be opened for the period in question;

Whereas it is necessary in particular to ensure to all Community importers equal and uninterrupted access to the abovementioned quota, and uninterrupted application of the rates laid down for that quota to all imports of the products concerned into all Member States until the quota has been used up; whereas, however, since the tariff quota involved is of a relatively low volume and the period of application is very short, it seems possible to allocate the whole quota volume to the Community reserve and to provide for the possibility of those Member States in which needs might arise drawing appropriate quantities from that reserve; whereas the shares thus drawn from the reserve must be valid until the end of the quota period; whereas this method of management requires close cooperation between the Member States and the Commission and the latter must in particular be able to monitor the rate at which the quota is used up and inform the Member States thereof; Whereas, since the Kingdom of Belgium, the Kingdom of the Netherlands and the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg are united in and represented by the Benelux Economic Union, any operation relating to the administration of the shares allocated to that economic union may be carried out by any one of its members, HAS ADOPTED THIS REGULATION: Article 1 1. For the period 15 November 1979 to 15 February 1980, a Community tariff quota of 700

(') OJNo L59, 1. 3. 1978, p. 48.

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tonnes shall be opened in the Community for fresh or chilled tomatoes falling within subheading ex 07.01 M I of the Common Customs Tariff, originating in the African, Caribbean and Pacific States and in the overseas countries and territories. Within this tariff quota the Common Customs Tariff duty applicable to the products shall be suspended at 4-4 % with a minimum charge of two units of account per 100 kilograms net weight. 2. The volume of the tariff quota referred to in paragraph 1 shall constitute a reserve. 3. If the need should arise for the products in question in a Member State, the latter shall draw an appropriate share from the reserve, providing that the size of the reserve so permits. 4. The shares drawn pursuant to paragraph 3 shall be valid until 29 February 1980.

4. The extent to which a Member State has used up its share shall be determined on the basis of the imports charged in accordance with paragraph 3.

Article 3 At the request of the Commission, Member States shall inform it of imports actually charged against their shares. Article 4 The Member States and the Commission shall cooperate closely in order to ensure that this Regulation is complied with. Article 5 The rules of origin applicable to the products imported under this Regulation shall be, respectively, those of Protocol 1 annexed to the ACP-EEC Convention of Lome concerning the definition of the concept of 'originating products' and the methods of administrative cooperation, and those of Annex II to Council Decision 76/568/EEC of 29 June 1976 on the association of the overseas countries and territories with the European Economic Community ('). Article 6

Article 2 1. The Member States shall take all measures necessary to ensure that shares drawn pursuant to Article 1 are opened in such a way that changes may be made without interruption against their accumulated shares of the Community quota.

2. Member States shall ensure that importers of the said products established in their territory have free access to the shares allocated to them. 3. The Member States shall charge imports of the said goods against their shares as and when the goods are entered with customs authorities for home use.

This Regulation shall enter into force on the third day following its publication in the Official Journal of the European Communities. This Regulation shall be binding in its entirety and directly applicable in all Member States.

( ' ) O J N o L 176, 1.7. 1976, p. 8.

EURONORMS The Commission of the European Communities (ECSC) has published the following new EURONORMS in German, English, French, Italian and Dutch. The EURONORMS which are available up to the present in English are indicated by an asterisk (*). Sales prices valid from 1 July 1976.
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(*) EURONORM 21-78 General technical delivery requirements for steel and iron and steel products second edition (*) EURONORM 56-77 Hot-rolled equal angles (with radiused root and toes) second edition (*) EURONORM 57-78 Hot-rolled unequal angles (with radiused root and toes) second edition (*) EURONORM 58-78 Hot-rolled flats for general purposes second edition (*) EURONORM 59-78 Hot-rolled square bars for general purposes second edition (*) EURONORM 60-77 . Hot-rolled round bars for general purposes second edition (*) EURONORM 67-78 Hot-rolled bulb flats second edition (*) EURONORM 75-78 Chemical analysis of ferrous materials Determination of the molybdenum in steels and cast irons Photometric method (*) EURONORM 124-77 Verification of Vickers hardness-testing machines (*) EURONORM 125-77 Verification of Brinell hardness-testing machines (*) EURONORM 126-77 Semi-processed steel strip for the construction of magnetic circuits (*) EURONORM 127-77 Calibration of reference blocks for use with Vickers hardness-testing machines (*) EURONORM 128-77 Calibration of reference blocks for use with Brinell hardness-testing machines (*) EURONORM 134-78 Chemical analysis of ferrous materials Determination of aluminium in non-alloy steels Method by atomic absorption spectrophotometry (*) EURONORM 145-78 Tinplate and blackplate in sheet form Qualities, dimensions and tolerances . . . . The following is a list of all the EURONORMS so far published: (*) Information circular No 1 EURONORM 1-55 EURONORM 2-57 EURONORM 3-55 EURONORM 4-55 EURONORM 5-55 EURONORM 6-55 EURONORM 7-55 EURONORM 8-55 EURONORM 9-55 EURONORM 11-55 EURONORM EURONORM EURONORM EURONORM 12-55 13-55 14-67 15-70 Standard samples for the chemical analysis of iron and steel products, second edition (1974) Fontes et ferro-alliages Essai de traction pour l'acier Essai de durete Brinell pour l'acier Essai de durete Rockwell, echelles B et C pour l'acier Essai de durete^ Vickers pour l'acier . Essai de phage pour l'acier Essai de resilience Charpy pour l'acier Valeurs de conversion approximatives de la duree et de la resistance a la traction de l'acier Valeurs de conversion approximatives des allongements apres rupture de l'acier . . . . Essai de traction sur toles et feuillards en acier d'une epaisseur de 0,5 mm inclus a 3 mm exclus Essai de pliage des toles et feuillards en acier d'epaisseur inferieure a 3 mm Essai de pliage alterne des toles et feuillards en acier d'epaisseur inferieure a 3 mm Essai d'emboutissage a flans bloques Fil machine en acier non allie d'usage general, destine au trefilage ou a l'etirage Examen de la surface . . Fil machine en acier non allie d'usage general, destine au trefilage ou a l'etirage Nuances et qualites Fil machine en acier non allie d'usage general, destine au treiilage ou a l'etirage Dimensions et tolerances Prelevements et preparation des ^chantillons et des eprouvettes Poutrelles IPE Poutrelles a ailes paralleles Definition and classification of grades of steel, second edition Conditions generates techniques de livraison pour les produits en acier Determination ou verification de la limite d'elasticite de l'acier a temperature elevee . . Essai de trempabilite par trempe en bout de l'acier Essai Jominy Poutrelles normales et profiles en U normaux Tolerances de laminage Aciers de construction d'usage general Designation of steels, third edition Toles et bandes en aciers non allies pour chaudieres et appareils soumis a pression Nuances et qualites Toles en acier laminees a chaud d'epaisseur egale ou superieure a 3 mm Tolerances sur les dimensions, la forme et le poids Demi-produits pour forges en aciers de construction d'usage general Nuances et qualites Demi-produits pour forges Tolerances sur les dimensions, la forme et le poids . . .

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EURONORM 16-70 EURONORM 17-70 EURONORM EURONORM (*) EURONORM EURONORM EURONORM EURONORM EURONORM EURONORM (*) EURONORM EURONORM 18-57 19-57 20-74 21-62 22-70 23-71 24-62 25-72 27-74 28-69

EURONORM 29-69 EURONORM 30-69 EURONORM 31-69

EURONORM 33-70 Toles et larges bandes d'epaisseur inferieure a 3 mm, en acier doux non allie pour emboutissage ou pliage a froid Tolerances sur les dimensions et sur la forme . . . . 0-75 EURONORM 34-62 Poutrelles a larges ailes a faces paralleles Tolerances de laminage 0-60 EURONORM 36-62 Analyse chimique des materiaux siderurgiques Dosage du carbone total dans les aciers et les fontes Methode gravimetrique apres combustion dans un courant d'oxygene 0-60 EURONORM 37-62 Analyse chimique des materiaux siderurgiques Dosage du carbone total dans les aciers et les fontes Methode gazometrique apres combustion dans un courant d'oxygene . . 0-75 EURONORM 38-62 Analyse chimique des materiaux siderurgiques Dosage du carbone de trempe et du graphite dans les aciers et les fontes Methode gravimetrique et volumetrique apres combustion dans un courant d'oxygene 0-60 EURONORM 40-62 Analyse chimique des materiaux siderurgiques Dosage du silicium total dans les aciers et les fontes Methode gravimetrique 0-60 EURONORM 41-65 Analyse chimique des materiaux siderurgiques Dosage du phosphore dans les aciers et les fontes Methode alcalimetrique 0-60 EURONORM 42-66 Analyse chimique des materiaux siderurgiques Dosage du soufre dans les aciers et les fontes Methode apres combustion dans un courant d'oxygene 0-60 EURONORM 43-72 Toles et bandes en aciers allies pour chaudieres et appareils soumis a pression Nuances et qualites 1-10 EURONORM 44-63 Poutrelles IPE laminees a chaud Tolerances de laminage 0-60 EURONORM 45-63 Essai de choc sur eprouvette bi-appuyee a entaille en V . . . . 0-60 EURONORM 46-68 Feuillards a chaud en aciers doux non allies Norme de qualite, prescriptions generates 1-10 EURONORM 48-65 Feuillards lamines a chaud en aciers non allies Tolerances sur les dimensions, la forme et le poids 0-60 EURONORM 49-72 Mesure de la rugosite des produits minces en acier lamines a froid et non revetus . . . 0-60 EURONORM 50-72 Analyse chimique des materiaux siderurgiques Dosage de 1'azote dans les aciers Methode spectrophotometrique 0-85 EURONORM 51-70 Bandes laminees a chaud de largeur egale ou superieure a 600 mm Tolerances sur les dimensions, la forme et le poids 0-60 EURONORM 52-67 Vocabulaire du traitement thermique 8-15 EURONORM 53-62 Poutrelles a larges ailes a faces paralleles 0-60 EURONORM 54-63 Petits fers U lamines a chaud 0-60 EURONORM 55-63 Fers T a ailes egales et a coins arrondis lamines a chaud 0-60 EURONORM 56-65 Cornieres a ailes egales et a coins arrondis laminees a chaud 0-60 EURONORM 57-65 Cornieres a ailes inegales et a coins arrondis laminees a chaud 0-60 EURONORM 58-64 Plats lamines a chaud pour usages generaux 0-60 EURONORM 59-64 Carres lamines a chaud pour usages generaux 0-60 EURONORM 60-65 Ronds lamines a chaud pour usages generaux 0-60 EURONORM 61-71 Hexagones lamines a chaud 0-60 EURONORM 65-67 Barres rondes laminees a chaud pour vis et rivets 0-60 EURONORM 66-67 Demi-ronds et demi-ronds aplatis, lamines a chaud 0-60 EURONORM 67-69 Plats a boudins lamines a chaud 0-60 EURONORM 70-71 Analyse chimique des materiaux siderurgiques Dosage du manganese dans les aciers et les fontes Methode photometrique 0-60 EURONORM 71-71 Analyse chimique des materiaux siderurgiques Dosage du manganese dans les aciers et les fontes Methode electrometrique 0-60 EURONORM 72-71 Analyse chimique des materiaux siderurgiques Dosage de 1'aluminium dans les aciers Methode gravimetrique 0-60 EURONORM 74-72 Analyse chimique des materiaux siderurgiques Dosage du cuivre dans les aciers et les fontes Methode photometrique 0-60 EURONORM 76-66 Analyse chimique des materiaux siderurgiques Dosage du silicium dans les aciers et les fontes Methode spectrophotometrique . 0-60 EURONORM 77-63 Fer-noir et fer-blanc en feuilles Normes de qualite . . : 1-00 EURONORM 78-63 Fer-noir et fer-blanc en feuilles Tolerances sur dimensions 0-60 EURONORM 79-69 Definitions et classification des produits siderurgiques par formes et dimensions . . . . 0-85 EURONORM 80-69 Aciers pour armatures passives du beton Prescriptions de qualite 1-10 EURONORM 81-69 Ronds a beton lisses lamines a chaud Dimension, poids, tolerances 0-60 EURONORM 83-70 Aciers pour trempe et revenu Prescriptions de qualite 2-70 EURONORM 84-70 Aciers de cementation Prescriptions de qualite 2-20 EURONORM 85-70 Aciers de nitruration Prescriptions de qualite 1-00 EURONORM 86-70 Aciers pour trempe par induction et au chalumeau Prescriptions de qualite 1-70 EURONORM 87-70 Aciers de decolletage Prescriptions de qualite (fascicules 1 a 4) 2-20 EURONORM 88-71 Aciers inoxydables Prescriptions de qualite 1-85 EURONORM 89-71 Aciers allies pour ressorts formes a chaud et traites Prescriptions de qualite 1-10

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EURONORM 90-71 Aciers pour soupapes d'echappement de moteurs a combustion interne Prescriptions de qualite EURONORM 91-70 Larges plats lamin^s a chaud Tolerances sur les dimensions, la forme et le poids . . EURONORM 92-75 Hot-rolled flats for spring leaves EURONORM 93-71 Barres rondes, carrees, plates et hexagonales laminees a chaud Tolerances de laminage EURONORM 94-73 Aciers pour roulements Prescriptions de qualite EURONORM 98-71 Analyse chimique des materiaux siderurgiques Dosage du manganese dans le ferromanganese Methode electrometrique EURONORM 100-72 Analyse chimique des materiaux siderurgiques Dosage du chrome dans les aciers et les fontes Mdthode photom^trique EURONORM 103-71 Determination micrographique de la grosseur du grain ferrique ou austenitique des aciers EURONORM 104-70 Determination de la profondeur de decarburation des aciers de construction non allies et faiblement allies EURONORM 105-71 Determination et verification de la profondeur conventionnelle de cementation EURONORM 106-71 Bandes et toles magnetiques a grains non orientes, laminees a froid et a chaud EURONORM 107-75 Grain oriented magnetic sheet and strip EURONORM 108-72 Fil machine rond en acier pour articles de boulonnerie formed a froid Dimensions et tolerances EURONORM 109-72 Essais conventionnels de durete Rockwell Echelles Rockwell HRN et HRT Echelles Rockwell HRB' et HR 30 T' pour produits minces EURONORM 111-77 Continuously hot-rolled non-coated mild unalloyed steel sheet and strip for cold-forming Quality standard EURONORM 113-72 Aciers de construction soudables de qualite speciale Fascicules 1 a 3 EURONORM 114-72 Determination de la resistance a la corrosion intergranulaire des aciers inoxydables austenitiques Essai de corrosion en milieu acide sulfurique-sulfate cuivrique (essai dit de Monypenny-StrauS) EURONORM 116-72 Determination de la profondeur conventionnelle de trempe apres chauffage superficiel . EURONORM 117-75 Calibration of reference blocks for use with Rockwell hardness testing machines (B, C, N and T scales) EURONORM 118-75 Methods for determining the magnetic properties of magnetic steel sheet with the 25 cm Epstein square EURONORM 119-74 Aciers pour frappe a froid et extrusion a froid Prescriptions de qualite fascicule 1 a fascicule 5 EURONORM 120-72 Toles et bandes pour bouteilles a gaz soudees en acier EURONORM 121-72 Determination de la resistance a l'attaque intergranulaire des aciers inoxydables austenitiques Essai de corrosion en milieu nitrique par mesure de perte de masse (Essai dit de Huey) EURONORM 122-75 Verification of Rockwell hardness testing machines (B, C, N and T scales) EURONORM 123-75 High temperature tests Creep test for steel EURONORM 129-76 Nickel alloy steel plate and strip for application at low temperature Quality requirements EURONORM 130-77 Cold-rolled non-coated mild unalloyed steel flat products for cold forming Quality standard EURONORM 131-77 Cold-rolled non-coated mild unalloyed steel flat products for cold forming Tolerances on dimensions and shape

0-85 0-60 0-60 0-60 0-60 0-60 0-60 3-15 0-60 0-60 1-70 2-20 0-60 1-10 0-80 2-20 0-60 0-60 1-70 1-70 4-40 0-60 0-60 1-70 1-10 l - 70 0-60 0-60

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