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"In light of that progress, the airport will shortly place an advert in the Official Journal of the European Union inviting expressions of interest.
The provisions of this regulation will be applied 18 months from the day it was published in the Official Journal of the European Union.
But just five of the expected 12 bids as the result of a notice placed in the Official Journal of the European Union have been received.
CITATION: 2009 Official Journal of the European Union (L 291) 40 & (L 323) 11; Council of the European Union press release 14826/09 (Presse 303) (23 October 2009).
Liverpool council is to advertise for expressions of interest in the Official Journal of the European Union for the pounds 25.6m scheme to widen the west end of the road.
The STFC said that tenders for the work would probably be advertised in the Official Journal of the European Union.
Birmingham City Council has launched the design competition with an advert in the Official Journal of the European Union.
The European Commission published a notice in the 4 July edition of the Official Journal of the European Union setting out the new practical arrangements, following the 2004 enlargement, to visit the different member states to carry out checks on environmental radioactivity monitoring facilities under the terms of Article 35 of the Euratom Treaty (see inset).
According to details in the Official Journal of the European Union, it includes the new debating chamber and 'furniture for homeworking'.
It is expected that the contracts will be advertised in the Official Journal of the European Union, opening the door for foreign firms to tender for them.
South Korea, Thailand, Brazil and the Czech Republic are the other four countries affected by the antidumping duties, according to the Tuesday edition of the Official Journal of the European Union (EU).
The commission will start the ''partial interim review'' of the antidumping measures following a request made in September by Hitachi Electronics Ltd., a producer and exporter of television camera systems, according to the official journal of the European Union (EU) issued earlier in the day.
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