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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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Aside from the Freenoy, Fabula says solar street lights are another EEC product which they aggressively setting up in the country's rural areas.
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.
Type I accounts for 70% to 80% of all EECs. Type II is more troublesome and usually is diagnosed late in the cancer's progression, resulting in a poor prognosis.
The EEC version of RoHS is expected to include the same substances and similar restriction levels.
Mohammad Eisa Al Adhab, Deputy General Manager of Dubai Equestrian Club, the body which oversees the operations of EEC, said: "We are very happy to announce the new season calendar at EEC.
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.
EEC shares closed trading 1.4 per cent lower on Saturday at SR7.20.
The deal was agreed on 3 May, when CECO secured the put option for the remaining 20% in EEC.Country: Norway, Sector: Petroleum/Natural Gas/Coal, Water TransportTarget: Eitzen Ethylene Carriers AS (EEC)Buyer: Jaccar Holdings SAVendor: Camillo Eitzen & Co ASADeal size in USD: 15mType: DivestmentStatus: ClosedComment: Deal size refers to the 40% stake sold to Jaccar.
The EEC program mainly tests home appliances to see if they meet the new Natural Resources Canada (NRCan), California Energy Commission (CEC), Federal Energy Star and International Energy Star requirements, targeting mostly heating, air conditioning and refrigeration systems, high tech equipment, and lighting products destined for North America.
We begin with a brief overview of EEC, and ameliorative programs within EEC for disadvantaged children and families in Australia, the US and the UK.
There is no official government reaction to the announcement of the European Energy Community (EEC) that it would take additional procedural steps unless Macedonia adopts a new energy law to incorporate all modifications required by the EEC.
The salesmen from European Environmental Controls Ltd wear official-looking badges with the lettering EEC.