EAI

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AcronymDefinition
EAIEnterprise Application Integration
EAIElectronic Arts Intermix (New York, NY)
EAIEntreprise d'Aménagement Intérieur (French: Interior Solutions Company)
EAIÉcole d'Application de l'Infanterie (French: Infantry School Application)
EAIEngineering Animation Inc.
EAIExternal Audio in
EAIEpinephrine Auto-Injector (adrenaline dose devise)
EAIExternal Authoring Interface
EAIEpson America, Inc. (computer equipment)
EAIEast Asian Institute
EAIElephant Aid International (est. 2009)
EAIEstimated Annual Income
EAIEnterprise for ASEAN Initiative
EAIEnvironmental Associates, Inc.
EAIÉlectricité Automatisme Informatique (French: Electricity Automation Computers; Burkina Faso)
EAIEnvironmental Assessment Institute (est. 2002; Danish Ministry of the Environment)
EAIEurope Acoustique Ingénierie (French: Acoustic Engineering Europe)
EAIe-Business Application Integration
EAIEducation Associates, Inc. (South Carolina)
EAIEnvironmental Analysis, Inc. (testing firm)
EAIEasy Access, Inc. (various organizations)
EAIEurope-Afrique Intérim SA (French: Europe-Africa Interim SA; Cameroon)
EAIEmergency Action Interface
EAIEvaluación Ambiental Inicial (Guatemala)
EAIEqual Appearing Interval
EAIExternal Alarm Interface
EAIElectronics Associates, Incorporated
EAIEast African Industries
EAIExperimental Aviation Inc. (Santa Monica, California)
EAIExternal Architecture Interface
EAIEngine Air Intake
EAIElectronic Application Integrator
EAIEmployer's Agent Instruction (UK)
EAIEnterprise View A
EAIÉchange Afrique INSA (Institut National des Sciences Appliquées; French: INSA (National Institute of Applied Sciences) Africa Exchange)
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These include the 2002 ASEAN Cooperation Plan (ACP) to help integrate the newest members into ASEAN and address transnational challenges such as HIV/AIDS and trafficking in persons; the October 2002 launch of the Enterprise for ASEAN Initiative (EAI) to enhance trade and investment relations and provide the basis for negotiating FTAs; the November 2005 ASEAN-US Enhanced Partnership (EP) to promote multi-sector cooperation; and finally in August 2006, a US-ASEAN Trade and Investment Framework (TIFA) to provide a framework for the development of trade and investment arrangements.
Last year, President Bush unveiled the Enterprise for ASEAN Initiative, which offers Southeast Asian nations a roadmap to free trade, so they can increase their competitiveness and growth prospects.
The Enterprise for ASEAN Initiative (EAI) serves as a roadmap for the signing of FTAs between the U.
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