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The Euroengineer and the Current Influence of Europe

Over the last few years, there has been an increasing public awareness of the initiatives and influence of the European Commission (EC) in Brussels. This perception has been extending beyond household matters, such as the notorious agricultural price/surplus manipulations, into some areas which may be relevant to this conference. Three of the most important are: education and training standards mutual recognition of qualifications regular visitor to Bmsels. on the Eurocode Steering technical standards and Codes of Practice. D.W. Lazenby