Nordic Council


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Nordic Council

An international organization consisting of Scandinavian and Nordic countries: Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden, as well as their autonomous territories. It maintains a common labor market and freedom of movement for all Nordic citizens. It was established in 1952.
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Discussions on how to firm-up cooperation and close existing loopholes vulnerable to launderers were confirmed on May 18 when Icelander Helgi Hjorvar, president of the Nordic Council (the NCM's parliamentary wing), met for talks with the NCM's Copenhagen-based Tax Evasion and Money Laundering Coordinating Unit (TEMLU).
Organised by the Nordic Council of Ministers, the conference's goal was to arouse "greater awareness of the effects of European policy on conditions in the Arctic".
The project was initiated by the Nordic Council of Ministers, and involves eight public bodies in Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Iceland, Greenland and the Faroe Islands.
Created in 1989 by the Nordic Council of Ministers and part of the Global Ecolabel Network, the endorsement signifies a company has environmentally sustainable products.
And he believes it could work like the Nordic Council, which promotes co-operation between Norway, Sweden, Denmark and Iceland.
The Nordic Council of Ministers has said that the Nordic telecommunications report will be released in Copenhagen, Denmark on 18 October 2004.
The Nordic Music Information Centres are linked together by NOMUS, the Nordic Music Committee, a subcommittee of the Nordic Council of Ministers.
The candidates for the Nordic Council literature prize 2004 have been announced.
Laura Kalliomaa-Puha, ed., Perspectives of Equality: Work, Women, and Family in the Nordic Countries and EU (Copenhagen: Nordic Council of Ministers, 2000)
In 1998, Per Ola Darnerud of Sweden's National Food Administration in Uppsala and his colleagues reported to the Nordic Council of Ministers that PBDEs were in the Swedish food supply, tainting fish, milk, and eggs.
The Scottish Nordic Council meeting, attended by 20 Scots and 35 visitors from Norway, Denmark, Finland, Sweden, Iceland and Greenland, ends on Friday.
The Nordic Council of Ministers believes that the airline is actively undermining the Nordic languages and the council has severely criticised the site.
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