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European legal investment information system. Enlargement of the EU not only poses new challenges, but also new opportunities for the Union. A key factor for growth, integration, and the development of a Single European Market is foreign investment
Knowledge sharing and generic technology management in the field of medicine. The objective of MEDTERM (Medical Terminology) was to study the possibilities of turning the Dictionary of Medical Science - a currently bilingual terminology management
Directory of public sector information. The purpose of the PSI-IPR Directory was to provide information about the availability of public sector information across Europe, which included where this data could be found, its format, the IPR and contact
The country community network. The Country Community Network was a web portal providing both a back-up network and a gateway for rural business to access the global market. As a network it aimed to unite rural communities throughout Europe and
European meta databases of E-academic resources. EUREA was a feasibility project aiming to determine the best conditions for implementation, commercial operating and perpetuation of a European cross-border mutualisation system of academic e-resources
GEO-navigational portal information and services. The GEORAMA project involved the development of a web-based geo-navigational portal that provides all the necessary information and services to the mountain and countryside tourism community,
Cultural location based information services. The M-GUIDE project aimed to develop and deploy an integrated system for the provision of Location Based Information Services for cultural cities in two EU countries. It built upon and extended public
One-stop-shop for accessible tourism in Europe. The OSSATE project aims to implement a prototype multi-platform, multi-lingual, digital information service providing national and regional content on Accessible Tourist Venues, Sites and Accommodation,
Military heritage -a European heritage. Over 3000 military sites were built in Europe between the XVI and the XIX centuries. They now constitute an unexploited cultural resource with particular relevance for the development of tourism. In this
Lexical ontologies for legal information sharing. The goal of LOIS is to localise a legally oriented WordNet into a number of European languages being sufficient to create a strategic approach at European level, and to allow the affirmation of the

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