Polsko angielski i angielsko - polski słownik biznesmena, autorzy: Magdalena Chowaniec i Piotr Kapusta. Wersja książkowa dostępna u wydawcy.
draw up a policy
Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
So I would like to call on everyone taking part in today's conference to draw up a policy to maintain, preserve and advance the language."
The committee met for the first time on August 12, to define its aims and draw up a policy programme for the future.
In conjunction with staff organisations, the manager draws up a policy to enable the introduction of flexible-hours working.
If that is the case, it will have to draw up a policy to ensure compliance with United Nations rules in the fisheries sector.
In November 1945, Groves instructed Tolman to draw up a policy for the declassification of the Manhattan Project's documents.
The list of addresses and publications at the end of this booklet includes sources of advice on how to draw up a policy to suit your own particular circumstances.
Hohenwart appointed Albert Schäffle as his commerce minister and drew up a policy known as the Fundamental Articles of 1871 (Fundamentalartikel).
Today, Mr. Kimura joined a new government task force whose job is to draw up a policy for tackling Japan's bad-debt problem, which has festered for 12 years.
(FR) Mr President, ladies and gentlemen, when we draw up a policy for the neighbouring states of the European Union, we must not ignore the democratic deficit in these countries.
As part of its gender work, the Adva Center drew up a policy document on the need for gender mainstreaming within the departments of the Industry, Trade and Labor Ministry.
We must draw up a policy based on protection and on promoting consumption aimed at guiding the consumer, provide specific aid to products linked to olive oil, such as table olives, and establish, in this respect, effective systems of control.
They had just spent two weeks drawing up a policy accord with the other members of the coalition, and then agreed to back Mr. Hata in an effort to end the infighting that crippled Mr. Hosokawa's Government.
It is, therefore, appropriate in that connection to draw up a policy for the defence of cultural and linguistic identities already existing, the number of which is, of course, much higher than the number of official languages in the European institutions.
Mr. Mandelson is under pressure to draw up a policy on shoes because temporary measures he imposed in the spring - after imports from China rose 300 percent in the first 10 months of 2005 - are scheduled to expire in October.
As regards the Sterckx report, a crucial document in my opinion, we must be fully aware that safety policy must not amount to a policy for diluting responsibilities. We must not draw up a policy that will entail the levelling-down of safety standards.
The Commission is also drawing up a policy on access to space and launchers, for which the installation of the Soyuz launcher at the Guiana space centre is a specific example of the strategic cooperation that can be established between Russia and Europe.
From this point of view, I believe there are two possibilities. Either our demonstrations become pure ritual, as is often the case, or the European Union must really show not just solidarity, but that in some fields - in particular in land management in Europe - it can draw up a policy to deal with the situation.