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The scientific documentation was and is the main objective of AGMPM. The responsible and documented literature of the Association covering a range of important issues related to the Packaging and detailed presentations of actions undertaken in the 15 years of its existence.

Plastics Recycling as a Key Factor in Economic Growth and Development An intriguing study on the dynamics of plastics recycling in the European Union has been carried out by Deloitte Consulting Research Company under the auspices of PRE organization (Plastics Recycling Europe) headquartered in Brussels.

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International Publications for Packaging AGMPM highly recommends all members to check the new list of International Books on Packaging

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Mapping of the Greek Packaging Industry during 2013 The “Mapping of the Greek Packaging Industry during 2013” is an authoritative and up-to-date report covering every branch and sector of the Greek Packaging industry. The report contains financial and operational information on manufacturing companies classified in eight material and technology categories.

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Syskevasia 2014 - Plastica 2014 Organizers, exhibitors and visitors we all speed up for our big meeting at MEC- Mediterranean Exhibition Center (www.mec.gr) Athens, Greece at 7-10 November 2014.

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ARGO SA invites you to CPhl – InnoPack 2014 in Paris, 2014, October 7-9.

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New edition of Packager's Playbook Series titled "Food Safety" Best practices for safe packaging and compliance with global standards and FSMA, the U.S. FDA's food safety modernizations act.

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The “Mapping of the Greek Packaging Industry during 2011” is an authoritative and up-to-date report covering every branch and sector of the Greek Packaging industry. The report contains financial and operational information on manufacturing companies classified in eight material and technology categories...

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Some comments on EU policies related to innovation and SMEs
It is nowadays more than obvious that the RTD framework programs FP6 and, especially FP7, were designed under the pressure and consultation of powerful consortia which set the rules
so that they monopolize the EU funding. It also fitted to the capabilities and structure of DGResearch: fewer proposals, less work.
However, this setup is far from serving innovation and competitiveness of European industry and especially SMEs.

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