Commission prepares for new language demands:
This article was originally published in Clinica
The European Commission has begun to prepare its language services for 2004, when the accession of the new members to the EU will mean possible 10 new official languages of the European Union 10. It has adopted two consultative documents and an action plan and aims to safeguard multi-lingualism by ensuring costs are kept under control.
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