OBI plans to use these funds to further expand its footprint throughout Central and Eastern Europe.
What does CEE stand for?
CEE stands for Central and Eastern Europe
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We have 248 other meanings of CEE in our Acronym Attic
- Catholic Engaged Encounters
- Center for Economic Education
- Center for Educational Exchange (Vietnam)
- Center for Entrepreneurial Education
- Center for Entrepreneurial Excellence (various locations)
- Center for Environmental Education
- Center for Excellence in Education
- Center for Executive Education
- Center for Experiential Education (various schools)
- Center of Excellence & Expertise (US CBP)
- Central East-European
- Central European Experience (tourism)
- Centre d'Entrepreneuriat et d'Essaimage (French: Center for Entrepreneurship and Spin; University of Quebec at Chicoutimi; Canada)
- Centre d'Études de l'Emploi (French: Centre for Labor Studies)
- Centre d'Etudes de l'Ennéagramme (French: Center for Studies of the Enneagram; Neuilly-sur-Seine, France)
- Centre d'Etudes des Entreprises (French: Studies Center for Enterprise)
- Centre d'Etudes Européennes (French: Center for European Studies)
- Centre des Enseignantes et des Enseignants (French: Teachers Center; Canada)
- Centre Électrique Entreprise (French: Center Electric Company)
- Centre of Engineering Excellence (various locations)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Echinococcus multilocularis: new epidemiological insights in Central and Eastern Europe.
instability in Central and Eastern Europe "has historically been a major contribution to aggressive behavior.
Behind China, central and eastern Europe again showed the sharpest increase in rubber offtake compared to other regions last year.
While things there are still tough--and may get even tougher--my travels in Central and Eastern Europe during the past several years have convinced me that the combination of institutional reforms, popular support for real democratic government, and the number of skilled and highly educated people in these countries eventually can bear tremendous fruit.