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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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Since then, EEC has been involved in the design, supply, installation and maintenance of a variety of alternative energy systems, whether for industrial, commercial or residential use.
The EEC had signed partnerships with other countries, namely Singapore, Chile and Peru, which shows that it sees Morocco as a "credible partner and a gateway" to Africa and other regions with whom the Kingdom enjoys excellent relations, he said.
And what about the paragraph about how coming out of the EEC would affect our membership of the IMF, World Bank, Commonwealth, NATO and sitting permanently on the UN Security Council.
The EEC version of RoHS is expected to include the same substances and similar restriction levels.
As the only British Horse Society-affiliated club in the region, the EEC also operates a branch of The Pony Club with a season-long schedule of rallies, clinics, gymkhanas and a season-ending Pony Club Camp
The deal was agreed on 3 May, when CECO secured the put option for the remaining 20% in EEC.
Managing Director Ralph Tang of UL Taiwan pointed out that testing of Delta's power supplies were done in the Taiwan branch of UL laboratories, adding that the UL EEC is the world's exclusive certification program to offer test tracking to assure reliability of examined products.
The regulations of the European energy market apply to all member states of the EEC and Macedonia undertook to observe them by signing the agreement on accession to the EEC.
And East Dunbartonshire Council have issued advice over cold-calling after a tip-off about Merseyside-based EEC.
Still, many of these complex syndromes are treated as types of ED for classification purposes and for peer support--a person with the EEC syndrome, for instance, might seek support from both the National Foundation for Ectodermal Dysplasias and from any one of the cleft palate support groups.
THE Government feared farmers would revolt and encourage people to vote against joining the EEC if foreigners were allowed to buy Irish land.
This report describes an infant with EEC syndrome who also had a ventricular septal defect, which has been rarely reported.