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European Communities (EC)

the common term for the EUROPEAN COAL AND STEEL COMMUNITY (itself no longer in existence), EURATOM and the EUROPEAN ECONOMIC COMMUNITY. They share many common bodies and institutions. The Communities, having expanded beyond the scope of the original treaties, are now known as the EUROPEAN UNION as a result of the European Union Treaty. See COURT OF JUSTICE, COURT OF AUDITORS, COURT OF FIRST INSTANCE, COUNCIL OF THE EUROPEAN UNION, COMMISSION OF THE EUROPEAN UNION, EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT, COREPER, EUROPEAN COUNCIL.
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They called on the international and European communities to act immediately to allow Ould Sidi Mouloud to join his family, safe and sound, in the camps of Tindouf in Algeria.
5) Commission v Austria (Advisory Opinion of Advocate General Maduro); Commission of the European Communities v Kingdom of Sweden (Advisory Opinion of Advocate General Maduro) [2008], [29].
This final rule amends the FAR to implement a determination by the United States Trade Representative (USTR) under the Trade Agreements Act that suppliers from the 10 new member states of the European Communities (EC) (i.
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Commission of the European Communities, Employment in Europe (Luxembourg, Office for Official Publications of the European Communities, 1989).
1)The treaty that established the European Economic Community (EEC), which is one of three European Communities established under three separate treaties, is generally known as the Treaty of Rome.
negotiator, Richard Benedick, the European Communities are reluctant to use the flammable substitutes for destructive CFCs because they pose a risk for their many small factories nestled in cities.
AaAaAaAaAaAa Morocco "totally rejects the allegations of some individuals who are eager to use disinformation," reporting cases of "kidnapping, arrests and the violation of the international law," said a letter sent by Morocco's Ambassador to the European Communities, Alem Menouar, to the various European institutions.
However, practicum law curricula in Spanish universities do not fully reflect the country's growing civil society since its ascension to the European communities in 1986.
of European Communities (L 71) 7-22, 13 March 2001.

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