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European information: through the maze






Leisure in Europe: proceedings of SPRIG/EIA seminar held at the Royal Geographical Society, London, UK, 30 April 1992: 32-43

European information: through the maze

Since the push was made to create a completely 'Common Market' by the end of 1992, more and more people have felt the need to be informed about events in Europe and 'information providers' have had to come to terms with the maze of material generated by the EC. The paper attempts to expand a little on the different EC institutions and how they relate to each other; how the legislative process works and how to keep up with developments in a particular field of interest.


Accession: 002373961



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