EMCR

AcronymDefinition
EMCRElectrochemical Methods in Corrosion Research (international symposium)
EMCRErasmus Medisch Centrum Rotterdam (Dutch: Erasmus Medical Center Rotterdam; Rotterdam, Netherlands)
EMCRErgodic Multi-User Capacity Region
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Obaid Humaid Al Tayer, the Minister of State for Financial Affairs and the chairman of EDB, said that the launch of the EMCR aims to achieve three main objectives, the first is to provide companies and projects with financing options as the EMCR is expected to increase access to finance and reduce interest rates on loans.
The minister expressed confidence in the EMCR, seeing it as a highly effective tool that will open new horizons for companies and projects in obtaining bank financing and encouraging banks to lend companies in light of the availability of an integrated legislative system.
Bhunia, et al., "EMCR: routing in WSN using multi criteria decision analysis and entropy weights", in Internet and Distributed Computing Systems, 2014, pp.
Clayton Act), the effect of "preventing" or "restricting" competition (now-Article 101(1) of the Treaty of Lisbon), and the effect of "significantly impeding effective competition" (EMCR).
The EMCR also does not explicitly promulgate an efficiency-defence.
Our study was prompted by the apparent rise in the incidence of ciprofloxacin-resistant enterobacteriaceae in the hematology wards of the EMCR, as well as a fatal case of ciprofloxacin-resistant E.
Address for correspondence: Alex van Belkum, Erasmus University Medical Center Rotterdam EMCR, Department of Medical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases, Dr.
HE Obaid Humaid Al Tayer, Minister of State for Financial Affairs and the Chairman of EDB said that the launch of the EMCR aims to achieve three main objectives, the first is to provide companies and projects with financing options as the EMCR is expected to increase access to finance and reduce interest rates on loans.
Al Tayer expressed confidence in the EMCR, seeing it as a highly effective tool that will open new horizons for companies and projects in obtaining bank financing and encouraging banks to lend companies in light of the availability of an integrated legislative system.
(14.) Council Regulation 139/2004 on the Control of Concentrations Between Undertakings, OJ L241 (May 1,2004) (hereinafter EMCR).
Second, although the EMCR's references to "the structure of all the markets concerned" and the EC's vertical-restraints block-exemption regulations' references to firm market shares do manifest the EC's assumption that markets can be defined nonarbitrarily, I see no reason why the EC and the E.U.
competition law of mergers or full-function joint ventures because the EMCR prohibits such transactions if they "would significantly impede effective competition ..., in particular as a result of the creation or strengthening of a dominant position" (28)--a feature of the EMCR that is salient because of the difference between the legal relevance under it of any organizational economic efficiencies a covered transaction generates (see below) and the "efficiency-exemption" to Article 101(1) that is promulgated by Article 101(3).