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CEE subsidiary CEE Operations will take over commercial management of the project.
In our study, standard- and half-dose CEEs were chosen to compare their effect on the components of MetS.
It is in the interest of inactive companies to benefit from the schemes by either regularizing themselves through filing of their overdue returns under the CRS or strike their companies off the register under the CEES.
Blow me, we got a response within days (not from Cees, mind you, but a PR minion).
Top Cees was pulled up by Kieren Fallon with about five furlongs to go in his bid to win the pounds 100,000 race for the third time.
Certain mischaracterizations of the SEC's complaint in the press were improperly attributed to our client, Cees van der Hoeven, and his representatives.
Continuing with the expansion of wind-power portfolio in Germany, the Hamburg-based private equity company, CEE Group, has acquired eight wind turbines in the 27.
The decision to raise Top Cees 7lb for his easy win at Ayr in June came in for scathing criticism from Jack Ramsden.
In many respects, Cees has built Roadrunner much the same way, so the fit between both companies could not be better.
Coface, the international credit insurance company, is presenting its eighth annual study on the Top 500 companies in Central and Eastern Europe: the Coface CEE Top 500.
A deal was completed at Goodwood last Tuesday with Mike Charlton, the other partner in the horse, which enables Top Cees to run in the colours of Charlton Bloodstock in the Aldford Rated Handicap.
Sylvan Learning Systems launched Sylvan International Universities when it acquired a 54% interest in Universidad Europea CEES in 1999.
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