STCA

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AcronymDefinition
STCAShell Technology Centre Amsterdam (Netherlands)
STCAShort Term Conflict Alert (Air Traffic Control)
STCASubject to Council Approval
STCASafe Third Country Agreement
STCAStaffordshire Terrier Club of America, Inc. (Houston, TX)
STCASkye Terrier Club of America
STCAScottish Tobacco Control Alliance
STCAScience and Technology Cooperation Agreement
STCAStandard Terms and Conditions Agreement (Gateway contract)
STCASomething to Crow About (quilt shop; Springfield, OR)
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The Member State only has to notify the EU Council of Ministers of the appointment - the nominee is not subject to Council approval. Several Member States have also appointed Deputies and Assistants to help their national member.
The area around the habitat, currently owned by the council, is also set to be designated a Site of Importance for Nature Conservation (SINC) subject to council approval.
In a project first revealed by the ECHO in November last year, Downing will start work on the site at Islington early next year, subject to council approval.
The arrangement is subject to council approval. On Monday, the council tabled two items associated with the deal.
The article has never been applied but it is regarded as paving the way for a European Commission decision (subject to Council approval) specifying cost-cutting measures the offending country has to apply to comply with the Growth and Stability Pact.
The main points of the proposal (subject to council approval) would be to establish a new company, which would operate the team under licence from Reds Wales Properties Ltd - this company to be owned 100 per cent by the new consortium.
This article has never been applied to a Member State but it has long been interpreted as paving the way to a Commission decision, subject to Council approval, to specify expenditure cuts a country has to make to get back into line with the Pact requirements.
Under the terms of the Euratom Treaty, the Commission is entitled to raise objections on behalf of Euratom, subject to Council approval. There is no certainty that the Council's internal procedures will be completed in time.