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Metadata as enabler for common access to EU information

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As the EU's publishing house, the Publications Office of the European Union has attended the Frankfurt Book Fair for nearly 30 years. It has used the fair to present its services and publications of the European Union. These videos, made at the 2011 fair, explain what its services are and why the Office is at the fair. More information about the Publications Office can be found at publications.europa.eu You can also follow the Office's news on Facebook at 'EU Law and Publications' and more specifically via its Twitter accounts: @eurlex, @eubookshop, @mycordis, @cordisfunding and @eutenders

Type: Documentary   Reference: I-075775   Date: 21/12/2012   Duration: 17:38 Location: Frankfurt-on-Main  
Languages: ENGLISH

Tags: Publications Office of the European Union
© Office des publications de l'Union européenne, 2012   /   Source: EC - Audiovisual Service
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