In 1999, the United States and Suriname completed a comprehensive bilateral maritime counternarcotics enforcement agreement that remains in force.
What does EA stand for?
EA stands for Enforcement Agreement
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We have 103 other meanings of EA in our Acronym Attic
- Encyclopedia Americana
- Endangerment Assessment
- Endless Ages (MMORPG)
- Endometriosis Association
- Enemy Action
- Enemy Aircraft
- Energy Absorption
- Energy Alpha (Wilhelm Reich)
- Energy Assurance (US FEMA)
- Enforceable Agreement
Samples in periodicals archive:
Now: The three-year probe into Gibson's possible environmental violations came to an end last month when authorities announced that the company had reached a criminal enforcement agreement.
Furthermore, potentially, judgements could be enforced anywhere in the world where there is a bilateral judicial enforcement agreement with an EU country, argued Demetriades.
The Department of Environmental Protection (MassDEP) has, in recent weeks, concluded innovative enforcement agreements with three companies - including a Lancaster lumber pressure-treating plant - that were late in filing required annual reports documenting their toxic chemical use and releases to the environment.
It also features an interesting overview of the current enforcement agreements between EPA Region 2 and New York State--agreements that illustrate, in a concrete manner, how federal and state officials may choose to divide environmental enforcement responsibilities between them.
and Thailand have cooperated in combating narcotics under an assistance program and a law enforcement agreement since 1974.
But Chappell stepped down in May soon after the bank signed an enforcement agreement with the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia.