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AcronymDefinition
ECSCEuropean Economic and Social Committee (EU)
ECSCEuropean Coal & Steel Community
ECSCEuropean Conference on Satellite Communications
ECSCEuropean Chess Solving Championship
ECSCElectric Cooperatives of South Carolina, Inc.
ECSCEctor County Senior Center
ECSCEnvironmental Control System Controller
ECSCEthical Culture School Camp (former children's camp, Cooperstown, New York)
ECSCEuropean Committee for Social Cohesion
ECSCEuropean Customer Support Center
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Keith Barnard, a board member of ECSC and vice president of Multi-Chem, a Halliburton service, says: "This agreement marks the beginning of a long-term relationship with Sadara.
For these reasons, the ECSC's coal production kept rising until about 1957, which led to an excess supply of ECSC coal and a real coal crisis from 1957 on.
The private sector-based ECSC "ReElectrification of American Business" campaign is joining with ongoing government efforts to promote energy efficiency, including the Energy Star Building and Green Lights Partnership and the Green Lights Program sponsored by the U.
ECSC has a full array of wireless, non-line-of-sight communications solutions for military, governmental, first responder, and industrial users.
Procurement: ECSC has appointed Changeworks to manage the procurement process.
The first decision concerned an infringement that lasted from December 1989 to May 2000 (price fixing in concrete reinforcing bars and control of production and sales) and was founded on Article 65 (Points 4 and 5) of the ECSC Treaty, which empowered the Commission to sanction cartel infringements in the steel sector.
However the significant European impulse provided by the creation of the ECSC would not have been possible without the Italian Foreign Minister Alcide de Gasperi, and above all the German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer, a firm believer in anchoring his country in Western Europe in the face of the Soviet bloc.
After the expiration of the ECSC (European Coal and Steel Community) Treaty, the European Commission is no longer authorised to adopt a decision based exclusively on a provision from this treaty, says the EU Court of First Instance (CFI) in a ruling of 25 October (Cases T-27/03, T-80/03, T-46/03, T-58/03, T-79/03, T-97/03, T-98/03, T-45/03, T-77/03 and T-94/03).
In line with the wishes of the Member States, the Commission was primarily required to submit proposals on the financial repercussions of the Paris Treaty's expiry, covering in particular the devolution of ECSC assets to the EU, management of those assets and the funding of research activities in the coal and steel sectors.
The budget available to the ECSC increased from Euro 457 million in 1989 to a maximum of 596 million in 1993 before beginning a gradual decline which will continue until the expiry of the ECSC Treaty on 23 July 2002.
Any change in resources in the ECSC operating budget will thus be dictated mainly by the level of internal revenue (net balance), the cancellation of commitments and the rate of implementation of the provision to finance the ECSC operating budget.