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ECSC:

see European Coal and Steel CommunityEuropean Coal and Steel Community
(ECSC), 1st treaty organization of what has become the European Union; established by the Treaty of Paris (1952). It is also known as the Schuman Plan, after the French foreign minister, Robert Schuman, who proposed it in 1950.
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Our political leaders seem at a loss If we still had the ECSC Treaty today, under which production could be limited, would that have helped resolve part of the crisis?
In summary, between 1952 and 1967, all the ECSC countries' coal industries became more concentrated, and in Belgium and West Germany there was a shift to fewer firms of all sizes; as large firms became larger they were responsible for a greater share of the total coal production.
Specifically, we will enable many industries that rely on EO and PO, supplying 60,000 tonnes of EO and 20,000 tonnes of PO per year via pipeline to the PlasChem Park tenants, and we look forward to welcoming ECSC as the first tenant and the second in Jubail 2 after the Dow Reverse Osmosis Membrane project.
2E+2 I 3E+1 / Save 2E+1 I r,s or 2E + 1 I TBOS 2E+2I 2E 2E 0 2E ECSCS 2kP 1 kP+1 I 2kP / / ECGSC 2kP 2kP+1 I 3kP+1 I 0 2kP+1 I S-ECSC 2kP 1kP 2kP+1 I 0 2kP+1 I Schemes Length of C SCS [absolute value of D (x)] + [absolute value of KH (*)] + [absolute value of q] B&D [absolute value of D (x)] + [absolute value of h] + [absolute value of q] KCDSA [absolute value of D (x)] + [absolute value of h] + [absolute value of q] SC-DSA [absolute value of D (x)] + 2 [absolute value of q] TBOS [absolute value of N] ECSCS [absolute value of D (x)] + [absolute value of h] + [absolute value of n] ECGSC [absolute value of l] + [absolute value of LH (x)] + 2 [absolute value of p] S-ECSC [absolute value of D (x)] + [absolute value of h] + 2 [absolute value of p]
The ECJ considered that the Commission was right to base its decisions on the treaty setting up the European Coal and Steel Community (ECSC), which established a particular competition system for the steel sector and which expired on 23 July 2002.
These nations would have preferred a fully-fledged Treaty along the lines of the ECSC, but they will have to make do with a policy agenda.
200 IM - 1, Regan Shattuck-Smallwood, ECSC, 2:30.37.
In our April 10, 1989 article entitled "United States of Europe," we noted that "the first concrete step forward in the plan for abolition of the European nation-states came in 1951 with the signing of the treaty creating the European Coal and Steel Community (ECSC)," which was authored by the "Father of Europe," Jean Monnet.
To coincide with this year's celebration of the 60th anniversary of the founding of the European Coal and Steel Community (ECSC), this work, edited by former European Commissioner Gunter Verheugen and the President of Austria's Federal Economic Chamber (WKO), Christoph Leitl, presents a collection of texts by European political leaders, including the two editors.
Talking about the European Coal and Steel Treaty (ECSC), which was signed on 18 April 1951 by six European countries, seems rather passe - something only a few Brussels 'veterans' still do.
100 FREE - 1, Regan Shattuck-Smallwood, ECSC, 1:01.74.