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Economic Commission for Europe

 

(ECE), a regional body established in 1947 by the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations. Thirty-two European states, including the USSR, the Byelorussian SSR, and the Ukrainian SSR, are members of the ECE, as are the USA and Canada. The tasks of the ECE include the promotion of trade, especially between states with different social systems; long-range economic projections and planning; scientific and technical cooperation; and the study of environmental problems. The commission makes recommendations to its members on matters falling within its competence.

The highest organ of the ECE is the plenary session, which, as a rule, is held once a year. Between sessions, day-to–day work is carried out by subsidiary bodies, such as committees, subcommittees, conferences of experts, and expert groups. The subsidiary bodies deal with specific sectors of the economy. They include the committees on electric power; ferrous metallurgy; steel; coal; gas; the chemical industry; timber; housing, building, and planning; the development of trade; inland transport; and water problems. Other subsidiary bodies are the Senior Economic Advisers to ECE Governments, the Senior Advisers to ECE Governments on Science and Technology, the Senior Advisers to ECE Governments on Environmental Problems, and the Conference of European Statisticians.

The executive organ of the ECE is the Secretariat, which is located in Geneva. The Secretariat publishes the annual Economic Survey of Europe, the quarterly Economic Bulletin for Europe, and various surveys and statistical bulletins on individual sectors of the economy.

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Asi, considerando las investigaciones internacionales y el paradigma de la convivencia democratica, se esperaria que la labor del ECE favorezca el fortalecimiento de las estructuras de toma de decisiones con representacion de la comunidad educativa (Carrasco, Lopez & Estay, 2012).
Addressing the ceremony, country director, Plan International Pakistan- Imran Yusuf Shami said, 'I am happy to announce that Plan International Pakistan will extend its support to government through providing 6,000 copies of the ECE Guide and establishment of 5,000 ECE centers in 2018'.
There are, no doubt, many things that are done well in New Zealand ECE. New Zealand was one of the first countries to develop a national ECE curriculum and integrate policies for the care and education of young children.
Lymph node metastasis is associated with several predisposing risk factors, such as male gender, age older than 45 years, tumor size greater than 1 cm, and lymphovascular and extrathyroidal invasions.[sup][15] Some studies demonstrated that massive ECE showed poor prognostic outcome.[sup][16],[17] However, only a few studies have kept watch on preoperative evaluation of CI or ECE and cervical lymph node metastasis using preoperative ultrasonography.
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The Egyptian Center for Economic Studies (ECES) will hold an annual competition "Hub Africa" for entrepreneurs on 19 and 20 October, Abla Abdelatif, executive manager of ECES, said.