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The main points of the Terms of Reference were:
- Analyzing the EC-US S&T cooperative activities
- Identifying success stories and flagship projects
- Reviewing EU Member States' bilateral cooperative activities with the US
- Assessing complementarities, synergies, and overlaps between different cooperative activities with the US
- Analyzing mutual benefits of EC-US cooperation
- Identifying bottlenecks and administrative, legal, and institutional obstacles to ongoing cooperative activities
- Identifying areas with clear prospects for further developing EC-US S&T cooperation.
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4. In EU terminology, third countries are countries that are not members of the EU and countries that are not associated to the EU Framework Programme for Research, Technological Cooperation
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12. COM(2008) 588 final, Brussels, 24.09.2008
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