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EEC:

see European Economic CommunityEuropean Economic Community
(EEC), organization established (1958) by a treaty signed in 1957 by Belgium, France, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, and West Germany (now Germany); it was known informally as the Common Market.
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The SGS experts operating in these markets and the company's extensive network of testing laboratories and expertise in the major manufacturing regions allow to accompany products from the design phase all the way to their launch on the EEC markets.
I would take my own steps in order to make sure the children are safe at all times and if I found out about it, I would contact EEC and have them guide me.
Interviews involving key personnel from the program including the representatives from partner organisations involved in PIEC, program staff and EEC directors were conducted to gain the management level perspective on the implementation process.
Embraer Executive Jets has expanded its customer service and support solutions by launching the new Embraer Executive Care (EEC) Engine Add-On option, that will offer a nose-to-tail maintenance solution for Phenom jets, complementing the EEC and the Eagle ServiceTM Plan (ESPA) programs.
Both CinemaWEAR and EEC build upon, and are fully compatible with, WindowsMedia.
EEC will begin the engineering phase of the work immediately, with construction beginning in October of this year.
EEC also received a contract for new equipment from a US customer to design and manufacture two new electrostatic precipitators, which will reduce particulate emissions from their facility.
David Broadwin, a partner in Foley Hoag's Corporate practice and member of the firm's Executive Committee, will lead the EEC.
The agreement also calls for EEC to serve as AEP's preferred supplier of equipment, parts and services for electrostatic precipitator and fabric filter technology.
WSI is a strategic buyer interested in making EEC the best it can be.
According to Vigilent CEO Dave Hudson, With almost three decades of data center design, build and service expertise comprising well over 100,000 site visits and a sincere passion for customer uptime, EEC is an ideal deployment partner.
As per the contract, EEC will establish up to 200,000 km of fibre network with the existing power supply infrastructure, for the provision of broadband services in small towns across the country.