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ANECEuropean Association for the Co-ordination of Consumer Representation in Standardisation
ANECAssociation of North East Councils (UK)
ANECAmerican Nuclear Energy Council
ANECAdvanced Network Engineering Consultants Limited (UK)
ANECAsociación Nacional de Empresas Comercializadoras de Productores del Campo AC
ANECAdam Newman Electrical Contracting (UK)
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In a report recently published by ANEC, councils in the region highlight the role that they and the Local Economic Partnerships can play in growing their economies.
ANEC president in Havana, Nicolas Valladares, said that the courses take a week and are open to all.
ANEC regrets that the European Commission is using only such a limited tool, and calls on it to re-think its approach to environmental assessment.
ANEC and BEUC point out that this would be the first ecodesign requirements set not by EU legislation but by industry agreement.
As a result of this reverse split, ANEC's outstanding shares of common stock have now been reduced to approximately 13,430,600 from 134,306,080 shares.
Also, while the credential CNE remains the same, the name of the program is now the Academic Nurse Educator Certification (ANEC) Program.
The BEUC, the European consumer organisation, along with the consumer standardisation organisation ANEC, support the opt-in approach, but are not happy with merely a recommendation.
"Secondly, we consider that the list of allergens to be prohibited in toys is not exhaustive." Stephen Russell, secretary-general of the ANEC, which represents consumer groups in EU product standardisation, said, "The new directive is a step in the right direction, but warnings and labels are no substitute for requiring a manufacturer to put safe toys on the market."
The Asociacion Nacional de Empresas Comercializadoras Productores del Campo (ANEC) said NAFTA has failed to prevent the US from providing unfair production subsidies through the 10-year Farm Bill that was approved in 2002 (see SourceMex, 2002-05-22).
Maria Isabel Cardenas, an official of Cuba's National Association of Economists and Accountants (ANEC), told the daily Granma that 10,882 price inspections were carried out, uncovering 5,600 violations.
However, feeling underrepresented, multiplex operators have broken away from national exhibitors org ANEC to form their own group, ANEM, part of national producers association ANICA.