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DEMEDécoupage et Moulages d'Elastomères (French: Cutting and Molding of Elastomers)
DEMEData Entry Made Easy
DEMEDiethyl Maleic Acid Ester
DEMEDirectorate of Elementary and Mass Education (India)
DEMEDepartment of Environmental and Mechanical Engineering (The Open University; UK)
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Altogether, I derive three criteria from the literature on nonstate actors' legitimacy in global governance: (1) legitimacy through political impact; (2) legitimacy through broad participation of the deme; and (3) legitimacy through control and accountability (see Table 1).
The Belgian dredging, environmental and marine engineering group DEME is an international market leader for complex marine engineering works.
Pierre Catteau, an official from Deme Group, said there would be a massive mobilisation of equipment from around the world in order to meet the project's ambitious deadline.
Deme recruited an average 250 people a year in the last few years.
DEME is jointly owned by CFE and Ackermans & Van Haaren.
It is part of the Belgian dredging and marine infrastructure group DEME (Dredging Environmental & Marine Engineering NV).
GeoSea, specialised in offshore works, is part of the Belgian dredging and marine infrastructure group DEME (Dredging Environmental & Marine Engineering NV).
Otary, which consists of Aspiravi, Deme, Electrawinds, Nuhma, Power@Sea, Rent-A-Port, Socofe and Sriw Environnement, and Electrabel have set up a special-purpose vehicle, called Mermaid, for the permission procedure.
CFE, 47 percent owned by France's Vinci (SGEF.PA: Quote), is a group of construction companies and also holds 50 percent of dredger DEME. ($1=.6779 Euro)
Now Wrexham County Borough Council chiefs want to go to Belgium to see the DEME Environmental Contractor's acid tar project.