member state


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member state

n (of EU etc) → Mitglied(s)staat m

member state

nstato membro
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Currently, a clinical trial application is submitted to, and approved by, the com petent authority and an ethics committee in each Member State where a sponsor intends to conduct its trial, with the authorization procedures conducted concurrently in each Member State.
WHO has published case definitions for rubella and CRS as recommended standards for member state reporting (3).
The communication reveals that most EU citizens who live in another member state do so for professional reasons.
Five Member States - Austria, Germany, Denmark, Poland and Cyprus, - exceeded their milk quotas for deliveries in 2012/2013, and must therefore pay penalties ("superlevy") totalling roughly E 46 million.
A European Arrest Warrant requires a member state to arrest and transfer a criminal suspect, or sentenced person, to the member state that has issued the warrant, so that he or she can be put on trial, or complete a period of detention to which he or she has been sentenced.
Cambien asserts that the right to free movement is only enjoyed by Union citizens, (1) it can only be invoked by Union citizens once they leave their Member State and move to another Member State, whereas Union citizens can only reside in another Member State for longer periods of time if they are self-sufficient.
The draft plan contains 116 substances proposed for review by the member states under the evaluation process set up by the REACH regulation (registration, evaluation and authorisation of chemicals).
What is more, the decision confirms the possibility for the Commission to participate upon request of a member state in negotiations as an observer to ensure that the agreement is compatible with EU law.
The general principle is that a person is subject to the legislation of one Member State at any one time.
The Dutch Medicines Evaluation Board (MEB) was the Concerned Member State in both cases.
Each Member State is responsible for the distribution of the EHIC on its territory.
Because the SSUTA does not control the taxability of any item or service, the inclusion of a digital goods definition in the SSUTA would not dictate the manner in which a member state must treat such goods.

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