European Commission definition

European Commission means the authority within the European Union that has the legal authority to grant Regulatory Approvals in the European Union based on input received from the EMA or other competent Regulatory Authorities.
European Commission means the European Commission or any successor entity that is responsible for granting marketing approvals authorizing the sale of pharmaceuticals in the European Union.
European Commission means the Commission of the European Communities;

Examples of European Commission in a sentence

  • For the reasons set out in the Notice on a simplified procedure, the European Commission has decided not to oppose the notified operation and to declare it compatible with the internal market and with the EEA Agreement.

  • The views and opinions expressed herein do not necessarily reflect those of the European Commission.

  • Neither the European Commission nor the National Agencies can be held responsible in case of a conflict.

  • For the above reasons, the European Commission has decided not to oppose the notified operation and to declare it compatible with the internal market and with the EEA Agreement.

  • The participant may lodge a complaint against the processing of his personal data with the [national supervising body for data protection] with regard to the use of these data by the sending institution, the National Agency, or to the European Data Protection Supervisor with regard to the use of the data by the European Commission.


More Definitions of European Commission

European Commission means the European Commission or any successor entity that is responsible for granting Marketing Approvals authorizing the sale of pharmaceuticals in the European Union.
European Commission means the Commission of the European Union;
European Commission means an institution in the context of European Union Law.
European Commission means the institution responsible for regulating competition in Europe.
European Commission means the executive body of the European Union.
European Commission means the executive body of the European Union that has legal authority to grant marketing authorization approvals for pharmaceutical products in the European Union following scientific evaluation and recommendation from the EMEA or other applicable Regulatory Authorities.
European Commission means the executive of the EU that promotes its general interest.