ECMR

AcronymDefinition
ECMREuropean Conference on Mobile Robots (annnual conference)
ECMREuropean Cleaning Machines Recycling
ECMREuropean Community Merger Regulation
ECMREast Central Minnesota Republicans
ECMRÉtude Conception Maintenance Réseau (French computer networking company)
ECMREast Cornwall Mineral Railway (UK)
ECMREgyptian Company for Mortgage Refinancing (Cairo, Egypt)
ECMREnd-Of-Day Check Message Request
ECMRExperimentally Constrained Molecular Relaxation (modelling)
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Set up on 1968, the ECMR handles the CBCP Visa Desk that assists and endorses Catholic foreign missionaries, religious and lay persons for their visa applications and official dealings with the BI.
majus ethanolic extract and irradiated with 6 Gy (ECMR) showed a significant decrease (p<0.05) with 1.5 and 2.05 fold change when compared to its corresponding non-treated EAC transplanted mice (EAC group).
EU competition policies are set out in Articles 3, 81, and 82 of the European Community Treaty, under which the overall objective is to "[ensure] that competition in the internal market is not distorted." (66) In 1989, the European Council adopted the ECMR in order to provide the Competition Directorate of the European Commission ("EC") express authority to review mergers and other concentrations.
(7.) Council Regulation 4064/89 on the control of concentrations between undertakings, also known as the EC Merger Regulation (ECMR).
These attempts recall the debate about the perceived gap in the old substantive standard of the ECMR, where the dominance standard did not allow competition authorities to challenge concentrations likely to raise anticompetitive concerns due to unilateral (noncoordinated) effects (e.g., a substantial post-merger increase in prevailing prices), as the merged entity would not have enjoyed a position of single dominance (e.g., below the market dominance threshold).
Whitty, "Metric-based detection of robot kidnapping," in Proceedings of the 2013 6th European Conference on Mobile Robots, ECMR 2013, pp.
In the field of competition law, the Commission is in charge of implementing the EC Treaty (5) (namely Articles 81 and 82) and the regulations that are enacted by the Council, such as the EC Merger Regulation (ECMR).
758-765, 2006, Selected papers from the 2nd European Conference on Mobile Robots (ECMR 05)2nd European Conference on Mobile Robots.
It coincided with the Commission's review of the EC Merger Regulation (ECMR) (7) following its publication of a green paper.
An important step in this process has been the adoption by the European Commission, in December 2002, of a proposal to the European Council (1) for amending the EC Merger Regulation (ECMR).