CEMR

AcronymDefinition
CEMRCouncil of European Municipalities and Regions
CEMRCollege of Engineering and Mineral Resources (West Virginia University)
CEMRCenter for Economic and Management Research (Oklahoma University)
CEMRCommander's Enlisted Management Roster (US Air Force)
CEMRCoalition for Enhanced Marine Resources
CEMRCentral Manitoba Railway Inc.
CEMRContrast Enhanced Magnetic Resonance
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Due to their professional focus, background and experience, some of the respondents had useful things to say also regarding the relevant structures on the EU level (CEMR, the Committee of the Regions, the European Parliament).
Representatives of European institutions, with which CEMR has a close relationship, will also be in Nicosia.
The CEMR works to promote a united Europe that is based on local and regional self government and democracy.
Mr Brocklebank is pleased to clarify that Coun Dowd only received pounds 6,000pafrom the LGA and no allowance from the CEMR. He relinquished the chair of these committees to Baroness Scott last year.
The Council of European Municipalities and Regions (CEMR), which was founded in 1951, is the European section of the International Union of Local Authorities (IULA).
With the launch of Crystal Empire Music and Records (CEMR), the face of Nigerian music is about to change for the better.
CEMR rejects all macroeconomic conditionality in the new cohesion policy package as it will make the municipalities and regions hostages to decisions over which they have no control," emphasised the association, whicha"regrets the lack of consideration on the part of the EU institutions with regard to the local authorities who have engaged in binding crisis exit policies".
This year's discussion began with a review of the latest forecast based on the econometric model of the United States developed by Indiana University's Center for Econometric Model Research (CEMR).
The proposal was welcomed "enthusiastically" by the Council of European Municipalities and Regions (CEMR), which speaks for 50 national associations of towns, municipalities and regions from 38 countries.