ESCS

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AcronymDefinition
ESCSElectronic Stability Control System (vehicle handling technology)
ESCSElectronic Supply Chain Solutions (Florida)
ESCSEarly Social Communication Scales
ESCSEuropean Coal and Steel Community
ESCSEscola Superior de Comunicação Social (Portugal)
ESCSEntreprise de Soudure Chauffage Sanitaire (French: Heating Sanitary Welding Company)
ESCSEast Somerville Community School (Somerville, MA)
ESCSEnhanced S-Cone Syndrome
ESCSEnglish School of Communication Skills (Poland)
ESCSElectronic Security Control System (Bridgeport, CT)
ESCSEmergency Satellite Communications System
ESCSEnterprise Strategy Control Structure
ESCSExecutive Search & Consulting Services (California)
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In our April 10, 1989 article entitled "United States of Europe," we noted that "the first concrete step forward in the plan for abolition of the European nation-states came in 1951 with the signing of the treaty creating the European Coal and Steel Community (ECSC)," which was authored by the "Father of Europe," Jean Monnet.
The assets of the European Coal and Steel Community (ECSC) should remain distinct from other Community funds after 2002 (when the Treaty of Paris expires), but their management should be entrusted to the European Commission representing the Communities remaining.
The people of Europe were never told that the process begun in 1951 with the creation of the European Coal and Steel Community (ECSC) was being directed by architects and administrators who planned to move them through several stages before bringing them to the final goal of a socialist European superstate.
These are two good reasons why Europe needs a coal policy and why the policy instruments available under the European Coal and Steel Community Treaty should be put to good use, says the European Mine, Chemical and Energy Workers' Federation.
Du Berrier was among the earliest analysts to realize that the first concrete step toward the abolition of the European nation-states had been taken in 1951 with the signing of the seemingly innocuous treaty creating the European Coal and Steel Community (ECSC).
The procedure was opened in February 2003 to replace an earlier decision of July 2, 2002 on the same aid (see European Report 2698 for further details), challenged by Gonzalez y Diez on the grounds that rules have changed since the expiry of the European Coal and Steel Community (ECSC) Treaty on July 23, 2002.
Eurostat was set up in 1953 in Luxembourg as the statistical service of the High Authority of the European Coal and Steel Community (ECSC) and initially had seven staff members.
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