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EEC

Abbreviation for:
ectodermal dysplasia with ectrodactyly and cleft lip or palate
endometrial epithelial cells
enteropathogenic Escherichia coli
European Economic Community 
exstrophy-epispadias complex
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The association of ectrodactyly, ectodermal dysplasia, and clefting with or without cleft palate is characterized as EEC syndrome [3].
France also wanted to give the appearance of the EEC acting together in monetary affairs.
Both corporations must be situated in Member States and be subject to tax in an EEC country, and not be resident in another jurisdiction under a bilateral treaty.
The Third Non-Life Directive combines earlier, separate actions on freedom of establishment and freedom of services and wipes out the old distinction between the concepts of establishment and services business concerning EEC rules.
Packaged products must meet new EEC certification standards and be certified through EEC-approved testing laboratories.
Check the calendar of someone involved in trade policy making in the EEC, and you would no doubt find both dates already marked down -- and not only because the Uruguay Round will also conclude in the EEC's home town of Brussels.
EEC offers a single source for fully integrated data center design, construction, and 24x7 support services.
Mike comes to EEC from General Motors where he worked for seven years progressing from intern to his final charge as a top level Auditing Manager, conducting the global audit's of GM's Treasury and Pension Asset Management groups.
Common sense trading is to buy in the cheapest and sell in the dearest market, but the CAP rules ensure that there is a fixed high price to cover the most inefficient EEC producer.
We are being told to stop merely because Welsh is not an 'official' language of the EEC.
Following closely behind was Lesley Jones and Kengarth Danielle from EEC, with Susanna Foustok and her horse Tristan from Dubai Polo and Equestrian Club taking third.
Canada Tax Convention an "arbitration" clause based on the European Economic Community (EEC) model (the Convention on the Elimination of Double Taxation in Connection with the Adjustment of Profits of Associated Enterprises, as agreed upon by the members of the EEC on July 23, 1990 -- hereinafter referred to as the EEC Convention).