PRUM

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PRUMProgramme for Rational use of Medicines
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Prum BE Jr., Lim MC, Mansberger SL, Stein JD, Moroi SE, Gedde SJ, et al.
the data-sharing agreements of the Prum Treaty, leading to unease about
2016 the UK notified the EU of its desire to participate in the Prum Decisions, which was approved by the Commission on 20 May 2016.
According to Zyskowski and Prum (1999), all Sclerurus species make their nests in holes on earthen banks, which are excavated by the birds themselves.
"If all goes well, the policy posits that Cambodia would enjoy good economic growth with greater competitiveness, higher productivity and so on," says commentator and columnist Virak Prum. "The very existence of such an industrial policy shows that the government takes a goal-oriented approach to the economy."
The EU sharing agreement is commonly known as Prum, because it was created as a result of a treaty agreed in the German town of the same name in 2005.
Mrs Trevelyan also said she had doubts about the Government's promise that joining Prum would cost PS13m, warning: "Since I was elected, I have sat in hearings week after week to listen to the justifications of departments as to why IT projects have not gone according to plan or budget.