ECCO Launching First
Offset Series Volumes At Eurosatory 2014
The next ECCO (European Club for Countertrade and Offset)
symposium will be hosted at Eurosatory in Paris, June 18 and 19. The
forum will address the U.S. Buy American Act (BAA), offset in
Malaysia, and civil offset in Turkey.
The workshop theme is "Potential Insurance Coverage For Offset
Representatives from Europe?s leading risk insurance and reinsurance
companies will examine the risks inherent in offset transactions, as
well as possible insurance coverage, from all angles.
The program is scheduled for five hours on June 18, and for seven
hours on June 19 — with roundtable discussions at the end of each
The ECCO AGM will be held
Wednesday morning on the 18th,
including the elections of the next ECCO Board that will serve until
2017. Eurosatory is hosted in Villepinte-Paris (www.eurosotary.com).
ECCO is an international forum,
sharing information and best practices in offset and countertrade.
is drafting a collection of
information documents relating to the offset and countertrade
disciplines. The first volume of the "Echoes from ECCO" collection
will be launched at the ECCO symposium at Eurosatory 2014; each
delegate will receive a copy.
The publication is not a scientific
or authoritative work, but focuses on the foundations of these
disciplines. The first volume is titled "100 Compensation Terms
Commonly Used In International Government Procurement Contracts."
The collection will also include:
Volume 2: Offset and Ethics
Volume 3: Offset and Finance
Volume 4: Offset and the Economy
Volume 5: Offset and Insurance
Volume 6: Offset and Delocalization
Volume 7: Offset and Technology
Volume 8: Offset and International
Volume 9: Offset and Corporate and
Volume 10: Offset and Social
Operations manager appointment
Prieur has been appointed as Operations Manager for ECCO, in May
Calum holds a Masters degree in journalism from
'Ecole supéieure de journalisme de Paris.'
On November 19 and 20,
Symposium #9 will be held at Le
Meridien Hotel in Vienna, Austria. The
forum will focus on South Korea and Canada, while the workshop will
aim to explain the interpretation and application of the Article 346
TFEU that is applied as an exemption to European Union law, when
defense and security equipment is purchased.
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