Uneasy Allies: British-German Relations and European Integration since 1945

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ABBREVIATIONS
AGAktiengesellschaften (stock corporations)
ARRCAllied Rapid Reaction Force
ASBAccounting Standards Board
ASCAccounting Standards Committee
BCPITBritish Council for the Promotion of International Trade
BDAGerman Employers’ Federation
BFHBundesfinazhof (Federal Fiscal Court)
BGHBundesgerichtshof (Federal Supreme Court)
BRDBundesrepublik Deutschland (West Germany and since 1990 united Germany)
CAPCommon Agricultural Policy
CBIConfederation of British Industry (formerly FBI)
CDUChristlich Demokratische Union Deutschlands (Christian Democratic Party of Germany)
CEECCommittee for European Economic Co-operation
CEEPEuropean Centre for Public Enterprises
CFSPThe EU’s Common Foreign and Security Policy
CISCommonwealth of Independent States (the loosely organized successor organization of the Soviet Union)
CJTFCombined Joint Task Forces (e.g. between NATO and WEU)
COCOMCo-ordinating Committee for East–West Trade Policy
CSCEConference on Security and Co-operation in Europe
CSUChristlich Soziale Union in Bayern (Christian Social Party, only exists in Bavaria)
DDRDeutsche Demokratische Republik (East Germany)
DGFADeutsche Gesellschaft für Auswärtige Politik
DRSCDeutsches Rechnungslegungs Standard Committee e.V. (German Accounting Standards Committee)
DSRDeutscher Standardisierungsrat (German Accounting Standards Board)
ECEuropean Communities (1967–93)
ECBEuropean Central Bank
ECJEuropean Court of Justice
ECSEuropean Company Statute

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