European Committee for Small and Medium Sized Independent Companies
Comité européen de la petite et moyenne entreprise indépendante (EUROPMI)
Europäisches Komitee für Kleine und Mittlere Unternehmen
Comité Europeo de la Pequeña y Mediana Empresa
Comitato Europeo delle Piccole e Medie Imprese
Europees Komitee voor Kleine en Middelgrote Onafhankelijke Ondernemingen
1973, as Liaison Committee for Small and Medium-Sized Industrial Enterprises in the EEC -- Comité de liaison des petites et moyennes entreprises industrielles des pays de la CEE, by European national associations. Statutes most recently modified: Oct 1996. Registered in accordance with Belgian law. Dissolved 13 Mar 1999.
Represent small and medium-sized industrial enterprises at a European level; maintain links with European Union institutions; keep members informed of EU activities; exchange information on policies towards SMEs in each country of the European Union.
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General Assembly (annual). Executive Council, consisting of at least 4 members representing full members. Officers: 4 Honorary Presidents, President, 3 Vice-Presidents, Secretary and Treasurer. Permanent commissions (5); ad hoc working groups.
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