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CEECivil and Environmental Engineering
CEECentral and Eastern Europe
CEEConsortium for Energy Efficiency
CEEConselho Estadual de Educação (Portugese: State Education Board, Brazil)
CEECommunauté Économique Européenne (French: European Economic Community; est. 1957)
CEEComunità Economica Europea (Italian)
CEEComunidade Económica Europeia (Portuguese: European Economic Community)
CEECherepovets (Russia)
CEEConsejo Estatal Electoral (Spanish: State Electoral Council; Mexico)
CEEConverged Enhanced Ethernet
CEEConferencia Episcopal Española (Catholic Spanish Bishop Conference)
CEECenter for Executive Education
CEEConference on Electrical Engineering
CEEChemical Engineering Education
CEECenter for Economic Education
CEECentre d'Études de l'Emploi (French: Centre for Labor Studies)
CEEConjugated Equine Estrogens (estrogen used in Estrogen Replacement Therapy)
CEEConsumer Electronics Edition
CEECompile Time Expression Error
CEEChina Education Expo
CEECenter for Excellence in Education
CEECenter for Environmental Education
CEECommission Économique pour l'Europe (French: Economic Commission for Europe; UN)
CEECouncil for Environmental Education (UK)
CEECentro de Estudios Europeos
CEECommunity Empowerment and Education (Green Belt Movement; Kenya)
CEECentral European Experience (tourism)
CEECreatine Ethyl Ester HCL (dietary supplement)
CEECentral East-European
CEECenter for Experiential Education (various schools)
CEECertificat d'Economie d'Energie (French: Certificate for Energy Conservation)
CEECentre d'Etudes Européennes (French: Center for European Studies)
CEECollabNet Enterprise Edition (software)
CEECommission for Educational Exchange (various locations)
CEEContinuing Education Extension
CEECenter for Educational Exchange (Vietnam)
CEECentre of Engineering Excellence (various locations)
CEECentre d'Etudes de l'Ennéagramme (French: Center for Studies of the Enneagram; Neuilly-sur-Seine, France)
CEEControlled Environment Equipment (various locations)
CEECenter for Entrepreneurial Excellence (various locations)
CEEComité d'Expansion Économique (French: Economic Expansion Committee)
CEECollaborative Engineering Environment
CEECommission on Rules for the Approval of Electrical Equipment
CEECentre d'Entrepreneuriat et d'Essaimage (French: Center for Entrepreneurship and Spin; University of Quebec at Chicoutimi; Canada)
CEEInternational Commission on Rules for the Approval of Electrical Equipment
CEECentro de Estudios Ecumenicos (Spanish: Center of Ecumenical Studies; Mexico)
CEEConsolidated Enforcement Environment (US DHS)
CEECommittee on Engineering Education
CEECentro de Engenharia Elétrica (Brazil)
CEECentre des Enseignantes et des Enseignants (French: Teachers Center; Canada)
CEECaptured Enemy Equipment
CEECenter of Excellence & Expertise (US CBP)
CEECollaborative Enterprise Environment (USAF)
CEECommercial Equivalent Equipment (Army)
CEEComplex Electronic Element
CEECentre Électrique Entreprise (French: Center Electric Company)
CEECompagnie Européenne d'Exportation (French: European Export Company; est. 1989)
CEECentre d'Etudes des Entreprises (French: Studies Center for Enterprise)
CEECatholic Engaged Encounters
CEEConditional-Expectation Estimation
CEECombat Enplacement Excavator
CEECommunication Electronics Element
CEECentro de Estudos da Eletricidade (Brazil)
CEEConfort et Économies d'Energie (French: Comfort and Energy Savings; Sommières, France)
CEECenter for Entrepreneurial Education
CEECrystal Enantiomeric Excess (chemistry)
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Section II documents the differences in key macroeconomic variables between Western Europe and the CEE countries.
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Total FDI from China to the 16 CEE countries amounted to more than 9 billion U.S.
However, the estrogens used in these studies were all standard-dose CEE or estradiol, and the progestogens were medroxyprogesterone acetate (MPA) or norethisterone acetate, which suppressed the favorable effects of estrogen than natural progesterone.
Juraj Kotian, Head of CEE Macro/FI Research and one of the report's co-authors, said, "CEE economies are at different stages of the economic cycle than the global emerging markets, which is the main reason why the impact of the global slowdown is not weighing equally on both groups."
In its latest survey, the bank said that popularity for online banking in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) has increased significantly.
In this case-control study, Smith and colleagues compared the safety of oral estradiol and CEE in menopausal members of a large US Health Maintenance Organization who were using these oral estrogens between 2003 and 2009.
"Together, these efforts could put the CEE economies back on a path to faster growth and rising per capita GDP and help counter the looming effects of ageing populations," said Pal Erik Sjatil, McKinsey director for the CEE and CIS regions.
However, Moody's maintains that parents are unlikely to withdraw their investments, as the CEE market still offers Western banking groups returns (albeit limited) at a time when profitability in their domestic markets remains constrained, in the aftermath of the financial crisis.
Despite his myriad frustrations--"whatever the world's palette, his shame and its fury exploded," Morrison writes--Frank is determined to reach his ailing younger sister Cee, who is employed by a nefarious white physician in Atlanta.
Brothers 4 Ever denied Cee Bee Aviation what could have been a storybook run to the title to win the championship crown in the Faris Trading Monday Night Bowling League 15th Season at Jeddah Lanes in Mossadia Plaza here.