During the meeting of the Transatlantic Economic Council, officials created an EU-U.
What does TEC stand for?
TEC stands for Transatlantic Economic Council (Transatlantic Business Dialogue)
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- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 467 other meanings of TEC in our Acronym Attic
- Traditional Episcopal Church
- Traffic Enforcement Centre (UK)
- Traffic Engineering Control
- Trail's End Camp (Pennsylvania and New York)
- Training and Education Center (various organizations)
- Training and Enterprise Council
- Training Equipment Center
- Training Exercise Coordinator
- Training Extension Course
- TransAlta Energy Corporation (Canada)
- Transcription Elongation Complex
- Transearth Coast
- Transient Erythroblastopenia of Childhood
- Transitional Executive Council
- Transluminal Extraction Catheter
- Transmit Error Counter (computer networking)
- Transport and Environment Committee (UK)
- Transport En Commun (French: Public Transport; Belgium)
- Transportation Engineering Council (North Carolina)
- Transportation Equipment Cleaning (regulations; US EPA)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Brussels and Washington have been discussing outstanding tariff and red-tape problems through a Transatlantic Economic Council.
In introductory remarks at a May 2008 discussion on Trade and Investment sponsored by The European Institute, German Ambassador to the United States Klaus Scharioth outlined the background to the Transatlantic Economic Council (TEC).
Claiming it possesses a "political commitment," the framework has led to "a new Cabinet-level Transatlantic Economic Council (TEC).