harmonization


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harmonization

the process of approximating the law of the member states of the EUROPEAN UNION.
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The conference also had two technical sessions on food harmonization and food safety which were chaired by Mr.
The Atlantic Apprenticeship Harmonization Project will now harmonize a total of 16 trades across the Atlantic region, with the Government of Canada contributing over $7.
Researchers explored an alternative in a project that involved implementing speed harmonization algorithms on an active freeway with recurring spatially' structured congestion.
Excluding the supply chain from harmonization initiatives can pose challenges to supplier quality due to:
The harmonization of standards is an effort by ASEAN to create common standards in regulating the import and export of products across the 10 member countries.
5) describe the use of that toolbox for the evaluation of the potential for harmonization of carbohydrate-deficient transferrin (CDT) measurements.
Dzhakupov noted that its activities were aimed at harmonization of laws of the EurAsEC member states for development of economic aspects of integration and improvement of social welfare of people.
Walter's comment that the agency is considering meshing fiduciary and harmonization into one rule is putting advisors and some custodians on red alert.
Their participation was divided into two times, and then a group was selected to continue the programme through participation in the training workshops specialized in training skills on harmonization of family.
In response to the fast expansion of the European internal market (4) and business transportability, corresponding measures controlling the creation of corporate bodies and their behavior have been solicited at the EU law level, with particular attention being devoted to the prospect of harmonization across countries.
CIER emphasized that since regulations of laws, acts and standards differ among nations of the world, which actually hamper FTA talks between different countries in some cases, Taiwan should try to work on regulatory harmonization to amend its laws and regulations to meet international standards, so as to put itself in a more advantageous position in negotiations with foreign countries on the signature of FTAs.
Although the numbers of studies on formal (de jure) and material (de facto) harmonization have increased recently, little evidence of the relationship between both types of harmonization is produced because traditionally researchers prefer to measure each type of harmonization separately.