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Brussels

A metonymy for the European Union (Brussels being its de facto capital). Representatives from Brussels have said that the EU has been experiencing greater economic growth in the last month.
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And after the European Union vetoed the proposed merger between GE and Honeywell, the Bush administration's antitrust officials worked with Brussels to bring Europe's competition laws more in line with those in the United States.
Those to Brussels are no different to visiting London.
Under the rubric "On the desperate and long-neglected need for small events," she has organized artistic projects in deserted buildings in Brussels.
Last year, the 32-year-old took a leave of absence from his job as a flight attendant at American Airlines to earn a master's degree in administrative studies and multinational commerce at Boston University Brussels.
In Brussels I was imagined to have been discovered and thought to be more malleable than I actually was.
This partnership with Brussels Airlines expands our network breadth into several European destinations and emerging African markets.
Although the perpetrators had France in their mind, they decided to carry out the attack in Brussels as they were "surprised by the speed of the progress in the ongoing investigation," Belgian officials said Sunday, according to the (http://www.
Brussels Airport reopened on Sunday two weeks after two bombings in the departures hall and a third bombing at a city metro station in attacks that were claimed by the terror group Daesh.
Star Alliance partners Continental Airlines and Brussels Airlines today announced plans to start codesharing on Continental's trans-Atlantic flights between New York and Brussels, as well as on selected flights operated by each carrier on both sides of the Atlantic.
With the addition of Brussels Airlines, customers on the Star Alliance network can now choose from more than 19,700 daily flights to reach 1,077 destinations in 175 countries.
Major stakeholders discuss sustainable energy with events taking place in Brussels and other European cities.
Brussels Airlines operates six flights daily out of Birmingham, with handy business and leisure schedules starting at 6.
20-21 November: Brussels - Agriculture and Fisheries Council
The new services start on 1 November 2004 and will see Iberia passengers have access to a connecting flight to Brussels operated by SN Brussels when they fly from Seville to Madrid.
And at the outgoing EU Commission, Frits Bolkestein, Commissioner in charge of Internal Market and thus chief Brussels negotiator on matters such as auditing, accounting, corporate governance, and financial supervision, is a skilled negotiator, having played a key role in adjusting Europe's internal markets to the new challenges of globalization.