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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The Nordic Council of Ministers Information Office in Saint-Petersburg (RUS);
(1) The Nordic Council of Ministers was formed in 1971 as a forum for Nordic governmental cooperation.
The Nordic Council Report to Preserve and Provide Access to Electronic Records notes that 3480 tapes "probably will be around for many years" (Nordic Council of Ministers 1996).
But for some Nordic investors, it was the latest economic crisis in Russia that drove home how advanced the Baltics really are, said Mr Magnus Magnusson, an economic adviser at the Nordic Council of Ministers in Copenhagen.
Born and educated in the Swedish university town of Lund, the 55-year-old Olofsson had served in administrative and political roles until he moved over for a six-year stint as a general secretary of the Nordic Council of Ministers in Copenhagen.
The meetings formed part of the Nordic Council of Ministers session held in Reykjavik, Iceland, this week.
The NGDP 2019 meets the request of the Nordic Council of Ministers for a joint Nordic grid development plan.
Among the better known organizations are the European Free Trade Association, European Central Bank, Benelux, the Council of Europe, CERN--the European Organization for Nuclear Research, the Nordic Council and Nordic Council of Ministers, the European Space Agency, the Organization for Economic Co-Operation and Development, and the European Union.
This publication is the third and final volume in Nordicom's series, Nordic Public Service Media Map, which is a part of the globalisation strategy of the Nordic Council of Ministers. The aim of the project is to elucidate a framework for public service media--showing how the concept of public service media is operationalized in terms of the growth of democracy, the public space, media pluralism, cultural diversity, and social tolerance.
TALLINN - Ambassadors, embassy staff, government and NGO specialists and researchers met in Tallinn at the end of last month to discuss 'Challenges of the Welfare Society' and to mark the Norwegian presidency of the Nordic Council of Ministers in 2012.
There, British dependent territory, the Cayman Islands announced that it will sign tax information exchange agreements with seven Nordic Council of Ministers member countries on April 1, 2009, bringing to eight the number of such deals that it has.
"Twenty years ago I worked as general secretary of the Nordic Council of Ministers, and even then we were discussing how Scandinavia should become one market.
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