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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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(EEC) had to deal with when it was just starting out-issues which, says EEC founder, president and CEO Bernardo Fabula, became the company's greatest source of inspiration to continue growing the business.
PIEC is designed to improve the quality of EEC provided through the provision of training and support for staff.
The mother denied anomalies in other family members, suggesting this is an isolated case of EEC. The family was offered a left syndactyly release and ablation of the hypoplastic thumb with pollicization of the index finger.
France wanted to stick at just the first stage of EMU, which was limited to regular economic co-ordination meetings and a scheme to bind the dollar value of the six, EEC currencies more tightly to each other (the `snake-in-the-tunnel').
Although most of the emphasis in the EEC initially was to harmonize the value-added tax (VAT) system, in recent years more attention has been given to the subject of direct taxation and to corporate taxation in particular.
The EEC was formed January 1, 1958, based upon the Treaty of Rome which was signed on March 25, 1957, but six European Countries: Belgium, the Netherlands, Luxembourg, France, Ital, and the Federal Republic of Germany (West Germany).
The ultimate goals of the EEC for non-life insurance business are enshrined in the Third Non-Life Directive, which will be gradually implemented in EEC countries over a five-year period beginning in 1994.
The EEC has proposed limiting the number of package sizes (weights) allowed to be sold to minimize consumer confusion.
EEC specializes in product engineering-particularly in metallurgical design and analysis-by using the latest computer-aided design techniques, according to Joseph D.
Regulatory environments are always a problem overseas, The ultimate position of Japan and the European Economic Community (EEC), with respect to foreign insurers, is still unclear.
My theme is the relationship between the work of the Member States of the EEC in forging the Single Market, and the Uruguay Round of multilateral trade negotiations which have now entered their fourth and final year here in Geneva.
At present, the rules governing the labeling of wines sold in the EEC, whether imported into or produced in the Common Market, are not readily accessible.