a French movement during World War II that was organized in London by Charles de Gaulle to fight for the liberation of France from German control and for the restoration of the republic
- Having lots of free time, I've decided to study French.
- "Tom will translate French into English for free." "That's good to know."
- (The French central government will provide CMR with EUR 1600000 in the form of an interest-free loan.
- Although they are free to do so, the French authorities have not limited these liability or guarantee mechanisms.
- Decree No 82-394 of 10 May 1982 on the organisation of the Ministry of Culture stresses its role in the ‘influence of French culture and French art in the free dialogue of world cultures’;
- the event is traditionally broadcast in a programme of a free-access television service in the French Community and attracts a wide public.
- The following special provisions shall apply to the release for free circulation in the French overseas departments pursuant to Article 3(4) of Regulation (EC) No 2286/2002 of products falling within CN codes 07141091 and 07149011:
- ‘Article 4 The following special provisions shall apply to the release for free circulation in the French overseas departments pursuant to Article 3(4) of Regulation (EC) No 2286/2002 of products falling within CN codes 07141091 and 07149011:
- A television broadcaster service in the French Community intending to exercise the exclusive broadcasting rights it holds to an event of major importance must broadcast it on a free-access television service in accordance with the Annex to this Order.
- France also points out that the FPAP is the only French trade organisation made up of fisheries undertakings with the objective of acting on the oil futures market and that membership of the Fund is free.
- Thirdly, the three grants from the regional and local authorities as well as the interest-free loan from the French government confer on CMR an economic benefit which would be hard to obtain from the private sector.
- A television broadcasting service is considered to be “free-access” if it broadcasts in the French language and can be received by 90 % of households with television reception equipment located in the French-speaking region or the bilingual Brussels-Capital region.
- The French authorities submitted their comments to the Commission by letter dated 11 December 2002. They disputed the classification as State aid of the non-payment in 1987 of corporation tax on some of the accounting provisions created free of tax for the renewal of the high-voltage transmission network (RAG). (45) The French authorities first disputed the amount of the provisions for renewal of the RAG advanced by the Commission.
- With regard to the comments made by the Spanish Government, the French authorities provided figures showing that Spanish exports of fresh and frozen meat to both non-member countries and other Member States have increased since 1995, unlike French exports, which have fallen. Under these circumstances, the French authorities take the view that the Spanish authorities cannot claim that the provision free of charge of the PRS in France has unfavourably modified the pattern of trade in meat, an argument for which they provide no supporting data.
- the Commission’s argument, according to which no bank would have granted such an advance to the FPAP, has no foundation, because guarantee mechanisms could have been introduced. France also points out that the FPAP is the only French trade organisation made up of fisheries undertakings with the objective of acting on the oil futures market and that membership of the Fund is free.