European Community Contractors
Entrepreneurs de construction de la Communauté (ECC)
26 Aug 1957, Zurich (Switzerland), as internal committee of the Federation currently called European Construction Industry Federation (FIEC). Previous names: Standing Study Committee on Building Industry Problems in the European Common Market -- Comité permanent pour l'étude des problèmes posés par le Marché commun européen dans l'industrie et la construction -- Ständiger Ausschuss zur Prüfung der sich durch den Gemeinsamen Markt im Baugewerbe stellende Fragen -- Comitato Permanente per lo Studio dei Problemi Derivanti dal Mercato Comune Europeo nell'Industria della Costruzione Edile -- Permanent Comité voor de Bestudering van de door de Europese Gemeenschappelijke Markt in de Bouwnijverheid Gestelde Problemen; Permanent Committee for the Study of Building Industry Problems in the European Common Market. Subsequently also referred to as Permanent European Committee of the International European Construction Federation. Ceased to exist, 1988, when replaced by a permanent office of FIEC in Brussels (Belgium).Available with paid subscription only.
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