LEEM

AcronymDefinition
LEEMLes Entreprises du Médicament (French Pharmaceutical Association)
LEEMLow Energy Electron Microscopy
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Specialising in essential staples with an air of luxe that form the building blocks of any modest wardrobe, Leem's stylish silhouettes mark the intersection of conservative fit and modern flair, elevating the fashion quotient of its all-inclusive clientele-base, whether they choose to conceal for culture or as a personal preference of style.
Leem's high-end yet moderately-priced collections target the region's fashion conscious women that seek conservative or modest wear with global appeal, offering a wide selection of fashionable, modern and affordable clothing.
"We have launched massive awareness programmes to educate the residents about these risks, but some are found violating the rules and tampering with services," Al Leem said.
Little and Roland Berger at the request of Leem were interested in pharmaceutical production in France, which is still among the world's major producers of medicines.
Al Leem pointed out that more than 1,200 solar-powered lampposts had been installed in the city of Sharjah.
"We have chosen to take the smart and clean way to guarantee our relevancy in an ever evolving society and to ensure sustainability," says Al Leem.
Al Leem said: "The movie had many inappropriate scenes, around 30 to 35 minutes of explicit scenes.
Leem expects that in 2011 the growth of French drug exports will slow down but it will recover again in 2012.At present, France exports drugs mostly to neighbouring European countries.
Dr Al Leem said that Sewa has joined hands with 200 engineering consultants to meet the requirements and mechanisms of smart energy management systems in the emirate.
Sewa are working to place temporary mobile generators in some buildings and areas where power was cut to supply them with power till their problem is fixed, Al Leem said.
Al Leem said that the project to fully light Al Saja'a using solar-powered lamps was implemented following a careful six-month study that assessed its economic feasibility, the amount of energy that would be saved, as well as the environmental impact of the project.
This project alone costs Dh5 million, according to Dr Rashid Al Leem, Chairman of Sewa.