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CWECommon Weakness Enumeration (trademark of MITRE Corporation)
CWEChina International Water & Electric Corp.
CWECooperative Work Experience
CWEComputational Wind Engineering (symposium)
CWECrossword Express
CWECenter for Worker Education (New York)
CWECenter for Women & Enterprise
CWECentral West Europe (region)
CWECold Water Extraction
CWECyber Warfare Engineer (US Navy)
CWEConsortium for Worker Education (New York)
CWECertified Wine Educator (Society of Wine Educators certification)
CWECollege Wood Elementary (Carmel, IN)
CWECollaborative Working Environment (Graz, Austria IAIK rural development)
CWECredit with Education (village banking approach)
CWECross Westchester Expressway (New York)
CWECollaborative Work Environment
CWECertified Welding Educator
CWEContinental Western Europe
CWEChampionship Wrestling Experience
CWECurrent Working Estimate
CWEChief Wage Earner
CWECarcass Weight Equivalent (-measurement of livestock production)
CWECommensurate With Experience
CWEConcert Wind Ensemble (various locations)
CWEConstruction for World Wide Evangelism Inc (Tampa, FL)
CWECold Weather Extreme (wind power industry)
CWECamping World East (car racing)
CWECode Word Error (computing)
CWECercle des Webmasters Engagés (French: Engaged Webmasters Circle)
CWEChips With Everything (UK Technology TV programme)
CWEColorado Wind Ensemble (Denver, CO)
CWECold Water Equivalent
CWECaution and Warning Electronics
CWECongestion Window Extrapolator
CWECertified Workforce Expert
CWECompensable Week Ending (Pennsylvania unemployment compensation)
CWEColorado Whitewater Expeditions
CWECar Wash Express (est. 2001; Colorado)
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However, it said markets in continental western Europe remained subdued.
Prospects are generally favorable for continental Western Europe, fueled by a relatively healthy fixed investment climate accompanying ongoing economic expansion, and benefitting from reduced cross-border transaction costs associated with the single currency.
The dominant role of moral experts in Dutch turn-of-the-century child-rearing advice reminds us of an important difference between the intellectual climates of continental Western Europe on the one hand and Anglo-Saxon countries on the other hand during this transitional phase of the emotionology of childhood fears.
Solvay has always dominated Continental Western Europe where it has factories in seven countries and holds some 70% of the available market, while ICI has over 92% of the market in the United Kingdom and Ireland.
The first two are 'bad' and identified with various parts of the ex-communist and developing world; the third is rather bad, and is associated with continental western Europe; the fourth is good, and is represented by the US and other US-friendly Anglophone countries--though to be viable it has to occur in some unspecified conjunction with the big-firm model.
Prospects are generally favorable for continental Western Europe over the next several years, fueled by a relatively healthy fixed investment climate accompanying ongoing economic expansion, and benefitting from reduced cross-border transaction costs associated with the single currency.
Imperial's international operations saw profits up five per cent, helped by a ten per cent rise in its cigarette volumes across continental western Europe, and Mr Davis said half the group's profits would come for outside the UK in the second half.
Now that the euro has established a large zone of monetary stability in continental western Europe and its periphery, a hands-off, laissez-faire policy over a wide range of values for the dollar/euro exchange rate is the best near-term strategy.
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