European Economic Community

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3055 of 29 October 2009 for approval of accounting regulations harmonized with Directive IV of the European Economic Community and the International Accounting Standards, published in the Official Gazette 766 which entered into force on 1st of January 2010.
The United States and the European Economic Community, which formerly imported 10 and 20 percent of Africa's ivory respectively, will ban all imports except of legally acquired game "trophies.
Over the years this trading organisation - led by its politicians - has evolved through the European Economic Community (EEC), then the European Community (EC) and finally the European Union (EU).
1961: Britain first applied for membership of EU forerunner the European Economic Community - a bid vetoed by French leader Charles de Gaulle, who suspected UK membership would allow greater US interference.
Bagis released a message on the 51st anniversary of Turkey's application to become a partner of the European Economic Community.
Before that date, some 460 meetings of the Council of the European Coal and Steel Community (ECSC) and the Councils of the European Economic Community (EEC) and the European Atomic Energy Community (EAEC) had already been held.
The European project was founded on deception and together with misinformation, misleading statements and misrepresentation, became the plank to move through the Common Market, the European Economic Community and currently the European Union of the Regions.
He was elected Prime Minister in 1970 and achieved his aim of taking Britain into the European Economic Community.
He was premier from 1970 to 1974, the man who took Britain into the European economic community.
A further example of three separate organizations of the same "family" is the European Community for Coal and Steel (founded in 1952), the European Atomic Energy Community (EURATOM), and the European Economic Community (both created in 1958).
The road toward this destination has actually been traveled for more than 50 years--from the 1952 formation of the European Coal and Steel Community (six nations), to the 1958 Common Market (six nations), to the 1986 expansion of the European Economic Community (12 nations), to the 1992 European Community (15 nations), to the current European Union (25 nations).
March 25, 1957 - Ministers representing Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, Luxembourg and the Netherlands sign the Treaty of Rome with establishes the European Economic Community (EEC).
but will fall somewhere between Canada and the current European Economic Community in degree of central power.
NAFTA, however, could also give rise to a trade war among the world's three emerging blocs: North America, the European Economic Community, and the Asian bloc centered on Japan.
The SFSA program provides foundries with a thorough analysis of the current potential for North American steel castings in the European Economic Community.
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