Social Forces in the Making of the New Europe: The Restructuring of European Social Relations in the Global Political Economy

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List of Abbreviations

AF
Federation of Norwegian Professional Associations

AK
Chamber of Labour (Austria)

AMUE
Association for Monetary Union in Europe

APEC
Asia and Pacific Economic Co-operation

BEC
Business Enlargement Council

BIS
Bank for International Settlements

CAG
Competitiveness Advisory Group

CDU
Christian Democrat Union (Germany)

CEE
Central and Eastern Europe

CEO
Chief Executive Officer

CFSP
Common Foreign and Security Policy

EC
European Commission

ECB
European Central Bank

ECJ
European Court of Justice

ECLAC
Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean

EEA
European Economic Area

EEG
European Enterprise Group

EFTA
European Free Trade Area

EMF
European Metalworkers’ Federation

EMS
European Monetary System

EMU
Economic and Monetary Union

ERT
European Round Table of Industrialists

ETUC
European Trade Union Congress

EU
European Union

FDI
Foreign Direct Investment

FF
Fellesforbundet (Norway)

FPÖ
Austrian Freedom Party

FTAA
Free Trade Area of the Americas

GATT
General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade

GPA
White Collar Workers’ Union (Austria)

GUUAM
Georgia, Ukraine, Uzbekistan, Azerbaijan and Moldova

G-7
Group of Seven

HK
Handel og Kontor (Norway)

ICMPD
International Centre for Migration Policy Development

IGC
Intergovernmental Conference

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