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At that time it was European Economic Union, it was not the EU.
When--not if--the euro collapses, and with it the meticulously and disingenuously crafted European economic union, the world economic and financial order will be shaken to its core.
This will allow the MammoView(TM) line to be sold throughout the European Economic Union (EEU), which according to a 2009 report published by Frost & Sullivan represents $94 Billion, or 30%, of the worldwide demand for medical instruments.
This system would be modeled after the new European economic union.
As the only Anglo member of the European Economic Union, Ireland - and its banks - have been a natural draw for U.
It remains to be seen what kind of economic system will prevail to the east of the European economic union.
Now, as the global implications of European economic union begin to dawn on entrepreneurs and policy makers from New York to Seattle, from Tokyo to Seoul, a growing number of American, Asian and European businesses are frantically positioning themselves to cash in on the anticipated opportunities.
IET has developed and patented certain technologies documented in United States Patent Number 6,439,135 which have successfully passed the most restrictive environmental air emission monitoring and residual ash quality tests, as prescribed by the US Environmental Protection Agency and the European Economic Union utilizing a wide variety of feedstock, including Creosote Soaked Railroad Ties.