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ECSC

abbreviation for EUROPEAN COAL AND STEEL COMMUNITY.
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Commenting on the agreement, Ziad Al Labban, Sadara's chief executive officer, says: "This strategic, long-term supply agreement with ECSC is a key step forward in the development of the local oil and gas chemicals market.
Under the ECSC Treaty, the Commission had an obligation to carry out economic analyses and to determine the level of production in terms of the state of the economy.
The computing cost in key generation are the same; signcryption cost in ours is slightly lower than that in ECSCS while unsigncrption of ECSCS is slightly lower than ours, total resulting an equal computing cost, yet ECSCS proves to be unsuitable for public verifying.
There were considerable differences in the regional concentration of the coal, iron ore, and steel companies within the ECSC countries.
Gonzalez y Diez appealed again on the grounds that neither the ECSC Treaty nor the EC Treaty granted the Commission the power to adopt the 2003 decision.
The ECSC staff has taken the tactical and technical aspects of ECCC and married them with the critical thinking and maneuver warfare concepts of the contemporary operational environment to produce an intense and challenging course.
We anticipate ECSC will provide us with resources and capabilities to enhance and optimize our present hydrocarbon production capability," he continued, "and the ECSC leadership team will play an instrumental role in the organization and growth of our oil and natural gas origination opportunities.
Would it be helpful to the industry if the EU still had the ECSC Treaty and the possibility to intervene on the market?
These nations would have preferred a fully-fledged Treaty along the lines of the ECSC, but they will have to make do with a policy agenda.
The ECSC, a coalition of manufacturers, utilities, industry groups and government agencies, was formed to educate Corporate America about the potential cost savings benefits of electrical retrofits and upgrades.
He persuasively argues that the key to the conversion was the creation of the European Coal and Steel Community (ECSC) in 1952 (which in turn paved the way for the Treaty of Rome in 1957), and that the ECSC was itself the result of attempts (mainly be France and Germany) to bring about institutional cooperation, attempts that had their roots in the interwar period.
Before that date, some 460 meetings of the Council of the ECSC - since 1952 - and of the Councils of the European Economic Community (EEC) and of the European Atomic Energy Community (EAEC) - since 1958 - had already been held.