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The Belgian Foreign Trade Agency (BFTA) is a public institution, which is an incorporated body, founded under the Cooperation Agreement of 24 May 2002 agreed between the Federal Authority and the Regions: Flanders Investment & Trade (FIT), the Wallonia Export-Investment Agency (AWEX) and The Belgian Foreign Trade Agency is managed by a Board of Directors whose Honorary President is His Majesty the King. The Belgian Foreign Trade Agency is at the disposal of these three Regional authorities that promote exports, and also collaborates with the Federal Public Service Foreign Affairs. That is how the Agency acts as a vast platform in which the Federal competence of international relations and the Regional competence of foreign trade meet.
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In the heart of Brussels, the capital of Europe, the Korean Cultural Center strives since its opening in November 2013 to promote cultural exchanges between Korea & Belgium and Korea & the EU by diverse traditional and contemporary cultural activities.
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The SRB is the central resolution authority within the Banking ;Its role is to protect the public interest and act as a safety net to ensure that the price to pay when a bank fails does not fall first on the taxpayer; and to  ensure an orderly resolution of failing banks with minimum impact on the real economy, the financial system, and the public finances of the participating MS and ; The SRB works closely with the NRAs, the European Commission (EC), the European Central Bank (ECB), the European Banking Authority (EBA) and national competent authorities (NCAs).  The role of the SRB is proactive: rather than waiting for resolution cases to manage, the SRB focuses on resolution planning and enhancing resolvability, to avoid the potential negative impacts of a bank failure on the economy and financial stability.
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The Kosice Region Brussels Office, opened in 2004, is a specialised support service which acts as a bridge between regional government of Kosice Region and the European Union, explaining and guiding its stakeholders through the Brussels scene and promoting Kosice Region interests and best practices at the European level. The office is run by Mr. Michal Rohac, MA.
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The British Council builds connections, understanding and trust between people in the UK and other countries through arts and culture, education and the English language. We work in two ways – directly with individuals to transform their lives, and with governments and partners to make a bigger difference for the longer term, creating benefit for millions of people all over the world. We help young people to gain the skills, confidence and connections they are looking for to realise their potential and to participate in strong and inclusive communities. We support them to learn English, to get a high-quality education and to gain internationally recognised qualifications. Our work in arts and culture stimulates creative expression and exchange and nurtures creative enterprise. We connect the best of the UK with the world and the best of the world with the UK. These connections lead to an understanding of each other's strengths and of the challenges and values that we share. This builds trust between people in the UK and other nations which endures even when official relations may be strained. We work on the ground in more than 100 countries. In 2019-20 we connected with 80 million people directly and with 791 million overall, including online and through our broadcasts and publications.
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The principal aim of CZELO is to support the successful integration of the Czech research community into the European research cooperation, particularly through the EU Framework Programmes for Research, Development and Innovation (Horizon 2020). Our activities related to presentation and promotion of Czech research abroad are following:  provide targeted and up-to-date information on European research via CZELO website, individual consultations, Newsletter (in Czech), CZELO Bulletin (in English) and Twitter @TC_CAS; promote Czech science, research and innovation to Brussels based partners and representatives to the EU institutions; prepare and facilitate meetings of Czech researchers with relevant officers of the European Commission and possible project partners for the presentation of research topics and negotiation of project proposals (CZELO Workshops); organize events (conferences, seminars, consortium building workshops) about Czech RDI for the EU institution, organizations based in Brussels and other partner institutions; logistic support/assistance for Czech researchers in preparing meetings with potential project partners in Brussels; provide short-/long-term internships in CZELO office; project partner search support. In addition to the aforementioned activities, CZELO also provides actual information (both formal and informal) about the European research and opportunities in joining the international research cooperation.
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VISION The House of European History aims to become the leading museum about transnational phenomena which have shaped our continent. By interpreting history from a European perspective, it connects and compares shared experiences and their diverse interpretations. It aims to initiate learning on transnational perspectives across Europe. MISSION STATEMENT The House of European History is a forum for learning, reflection and debate, open to audiences from all generations and backgrounds. Our primary mission is to enhance understanding of European history in all its complexity, to encourage the exchange of ideas and to question assumptions. The House presents Europe's history in a way that raises awareness about the multiplicity of perspectives and interpretations. It preserves shared and dividing memories. It exhibits and collects the history of European integration and its foundations. A project of the European Parliament and part of its visitor offer, the House of European History is academically independent. Our transnational collection, our exhibitions and our programmes provide unexpected and inspiring experiences. Through outreach and partnerships, we aim to strengthen the European dimension in debating, exhibiting and learning about history. A place for encounters and exchange, the House's multi-faceted interpretation of the past builds bridges to questions relevant for today's Europe.
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Russian Centre for Science and Culture was established to support international cooperation between Russia and Belgium, and Europe generally. Our goal is to ensure dialogue between our societies. We tell about Russia, its culture, history, science, technology, land and people. We organise different concerts, exhibitions, forums, seminars, workshops. The main goal of the Centre is to support and promote the Russian Language and Russian education. Everybody is welcomed at our Language ;We cooperate with our compatriots living in Belgium and implement youth programmes.
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The Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) offers a set of services that can get you started with its building blocks. Our solutions are available to help anyone who wants to build great European digital services for the public good. All services are available for ;
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National Contact Points (NCPs) perform valuable services in guiding and supporting national applicants in preparing proposals for Horizon 2020 funding. We expect that through an enhanced cooperation and networking between these national entities, a higher quality of their consulting services and thus of proposals and projects can be achieved. Therefore, the overall objective of NCPs CaRE is to form a joint cooperation network of experienced and less-experienced NCPs on Societal Challenge 5 (SC5) “Climate action, environment, resource efficiency and raw materials” which aims at pooling their resources and know-how to raise the overall quality of services provided to their clients. By involving 23 formally nominated National Contact Points across Europe, the NCPs CaRE project will significantly strengthen transnational cooperation. In addition, NCPs CaRE will extensively involve the 26 NCPs that have decided to become a “Partner Organisation (PO)”, associated partner. To harness synergies is especially relevant to SC5 NCPs, since potential applicants within this challenge are very diverse with respect to their scientific or organizational background, level of experience, involvement in transnational networks. Specifically, activities of NCPs CaRE towards this goal include, amongst others, teaming and twinning schemes, the compilation of best practices handbooks and manuals, events, meetings and trainings both on-line and on a face-to-face basis, as well as a wide range of other communication and dissemination tools and platforms. These activities foreseen by NCPs CaRE will contribute to enhancing the impact of R&I in SC5 and ensure a more efficient use of resources and R&I developments by improving the workflow between NCPs, applicants, the European Commission (EC), and other parties with a stake in SC5. Tailor-made like they are for the SC5 clientele, these activities will make it easier for all those participating, and benefitting NCPs to enhance the number of proposals with regards to both quantity and quality.
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We are the United Nations’ health agency. We are committed to achieve better health for everyone, everywhere.
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Métropole européenne de Lille (MEL) is the local authority of the Lille and its whole metropolitain ;
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European Commission Directorate-General for Regional and Urban Policy
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Within DG REGIO, unit D2 "Interreg, Cross-Border Cooperation, internal borders" is in charge of the implementation of Cross-Border Cooperation programmes (Intereg). Furthermore, following the adoption of the Communication "Boosting growth and cohesion in EU border regions" and the creation of the Border Focal Point, it also supports cross-border cooperation with other tools than funding, as described in that ;    
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The CivicTech4Democracy global online competition is an initiative designed and managed by the “Supporting Democracy” technical assistance project.‘‘Supporting Democracy’’ is an EIDHR–funded technical assistance programme working with EU Delegations (EUDs) to strengthen the role of local civil society in advocating and monitoring democratic accountability. Our core team is based in Brussels and works with a large international pool of thematic experts and a backstopping team. The programme is implemented by a consortium composed of Democracy Reporting International (DRI), the National Democratic Institute (NDI) and Sofreco.
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The Market Access Support Program for EU Businesses in Canada in the CETA Context is an EU-Canada business facilitation project funded by the European Union. The CETA Market Access Program for EU Businesses was launched in January 2017 by the EU with the threefold objectives to: 1. Help EU business, and particularly small and medium sized enterprises, to gain comprehensive, sector-specific information about the new opportunities that CETA will bring. 2. Identify existing market access barriers in Canada on both federal and provincial levels, and to provide recommendations to the EU Institutions, EU business associations, networks and chambers for defining adequate mitigating strategies. 3. Create a sustainable channel of communication between EU businesses in or seeking to enter Canada and institutional stakeholders.
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Brussels National Contact Point (NCP Brussels) is a regional initiative whose aim is to help companies, universities, research centres, and other stakeholders of the Brussels Capital Region to access EU funding for Research and Innovation. hub.brussels has been nominated by the Brussels Capital Region to deliver the services of National Contact Point. Today, it hosts the NCP Brussels team. NCP Brussels is an active member of several thematic NCP networks gathering major EU National Contact Points on Horizon Europe. We can facilitate access of Brussels-based stakeholders to the services provided by these networks. NCP Brussels is trained and informed by the European Commission on upcoming topics and events, legal and financial matters. Under Horizon Europe, we cover all parts of the programme except the European Research Council (ERC) and Marie-Slodowska Curie Actions (MSCA) under the 1st pillar. We work in collaboration with Enterprise Europe Brussels and Erasmus for Young Entrepreneurs. Do not hesitate to watch our video in the media section to discover our services and understand better our collaboration.    Enterprise Europe Network - Brussels -  aide les entreprises européennes à innover et à s’internationaliser. Le réseau est présent dans plus de 60 pays à travers le monde. Il regroupe 3000 experts de plus de 600 organisations membres. Vous voulez innover ? Vous voulez vous développer à l’international ? Les experts d’Enterprise Europe Network Brussels fournissent: – du conseil et des services pour se développer à l’international et faire face aux défis du marché unique – aide à trouver des partenaires – et donne du support pour l’innovation Les sociétés bruxelloises peuvent contacter les experts d’Enterprise Europe Network Brussels chez hub.brussels et à la Chambre de Commerce de Bruxelles.  
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The Czech Centre Brussels is a cultural institute of the Czech Republic based in Belgium. Our aim is to actively promote the Czech culture in Belgium. In order to reach the wider audience the Czech Centre collaborates with Belgian institutions such as cinemas, concert halls, festivals, galleries etc. - each of our events is thus held in different place. Our program covers film screenings, plays, concerts, exhibitions, conferences and others.
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Cities in the network of sub>urban. Reinventing the fringe are searching for a solution to the following challenge: how can we make existing 20th century urban tissue attractive and qualitative again? The network partners vary greatly in size and context. Though they are all united through the pressure on urban tissue due to rapid growth today or uncontrolled growth in the past that resulted in high densities or mono-functional areas. The City of Antwerp is Lead Partner. The partners of the network are the Barcelona Metropolitan Area, Casoria, Dusseldorf, Solin, Brno, Oslo, Baia Mare and Vienna.
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visit.brussels is the Brussels tourism and promotion organisation. Its mission is to bolster and spread the image of the Brussels-Capital Region. The Association Bureau is an expert resource providing support to international associations in the key areas for running and developing of an organisation in Brussels.    
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UN-Habitat is the United Nations programme working towards a better urban future. Its mission is to promote socially and environmentally sustainable human settlements development and the achievement of adequate shelter for all.
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En tant qu’agence de développement économique régional notre rôle depuis 10 ans consiste à soutenir le développement de nos PME de manière consistante et à long terme. Plus que l’accompagnement de nombreux porteurs de projets, nous nous concentrons sur la pérennité de nos PME sur le plan économique, social et l’emploi, et cela de manière régionale et eurégionale vu la situation géographique de la Basse-Meuse. Cette région veut s’intégrer dans le moteur économique de l’euregio et les synergies sont créées grâce aux collaborations transfrontalières et aux investissements des PME dans l’innovation et de nouvelles technologies. Plutôt que s’investir que dans la région, nos PME veulent investir dans l’euregio afin d’assurer une euregio économiquement puissante créant ainsi de l’emploi et un territoire eurégional solide. La nouveauté pour nos PME est de pouvoir collaborer grâce à ce projet avec des centres de compétences, universités et autre PME des 3 autres régions.
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As the European Commission's science and knowledge service, the Joint Research Centre's mission is to support EU policies with independent evidence throughout the whole policy cycle. Its work has a direct impact on the lives of citizens by contributing with its research outcomes to a healthy and safe environment, secure energy supplies, sustainable mobility and consumer health and safety. The JRC draws on over 50 years of scientific experience and continually builds its expertise.  Located across five different countries, the JRC hosts specialist laboratories and unique research facilities and is home to thousands of scientists working to support EU policy. While most of our scientific work serves the policy Directorates-General of the European Commission, we address key societal challenges while stimulating innovation and developing new methods, tools and standards. We share know-how with the Member States, the scientific community and international partners. The JRC collaborates with over a thousand organisations worldwide whose scientists have access to many JRC facilities through various collaboration agreements. The JRC is a key player in supporting successful investment in knowledge and innovation foreseen by the Horizon 2020 Work Programme, the EU’s programme for research and innovation. Horizon 2020 sets out the overall objective for the JRC non-nuclear work as follows: to provide customer-driven scientific and technical support to Union policies, while flexibly responding to new policy demands. The JRC contributes to the overall objective of Horizon 2020 with its long-standing scientific expertise, modelling capacity, foresight studies; work on standards, infrastructure and e-infrastructures. The JRC's nuclear work, funded by the EURATOM Research and Training Programme, has as its objective the pursuit of research, knowledge management and training activities with an emphasis on nuclear safety and security; thus we contribute to the transition to a carbon-free economy in a safe, efficient and secure way.
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The European Banking Federation is the voice of the European banking sector, uniting 32 national banking associations in Europe that together represent some 4,500 banks – large and small, wholesale and retail, local and international – employing about 2.5 million people.
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The Permanent Representation of Sweden to the European Union in Brussels is an extended arm of the Swedish Government. The Representation is Sweden's largest mission abroad. The main task is to pursue Swedish interests and policies effectively in the policy making of the Union.The Ambassadors Anders Ahnlid,
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Located in Brussels, the Scottish Government's European Union Office ensures that Scotland's interests and expertise are understood by the European Institutions and other Member States and Regions. The office puts together a programme of policy and cultural events which usually take place in the conference centre in Scotland House. These events provide an opportunity to showcase areas of particular Scottish expertise, to share and debate best practice with European partners in areas of critical importance for Scotland, to contribute to European policy development and to invite others to share, celebrate and enjoy Scotland's rich cultural heritage and renowned hospitality.
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Today more than two thirds of Europeans live in towns and cities. Urban areas concentrate most of the environmental challenges facing our society but also bring together commitment and innovation to resolve them. The European Green Capital Award has been conceived to promote and reward these efforts.
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As the largest developing country and the biggest grouping of developed countries, China and the EU have been working together to build a thriving and strong relationship, which is instrumental to world peace and development. Ever since the establishment of the China-EU comprehensive strategic partnership in 2003, we have witnessed tremendous progress in our ties, culminating in the China-EU 2020 Strategic Agenda for Cooperation issued at the 16th China-EU Summit. This important document has charted the course for our future relations. I am confident that with concerted efforts, China and the EU will embrace an even more rewarding decade in bilateral relations and contribute more to world peace, development and prosperity.The Chinese Mission to the EU is committed to advancing China-EU relations and promoting mutual understanding and exchanges between our peoples.
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The EESC is a unique forum for consultation, dialogue and consensus between representatives from all the different sectors of "organised civil society", including employers, trade unions and groups such as professional and community associations, youth organisations, women's groups, consumers, environmental campaigners.The EESC has always been an integral part of the EU: it was set up in 1957 by the Treaty of Rome, to advise EU decision-makers and ensure that ordinary people across the continent have a say in Europe
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The Italian Trade Commission (ICE) is the Government agency whose overall aim is to increase the international competitiveness of Italian small and medium-sized enterprises (SME). ICE provides technical assistance and information to Italian industry and its partners.The ICE office in Brussels monitors EU-funded programmes on a continuous basis. Information forwarded to Italian SME's includes details of current EU strategies, aid programmes, projects and calls for proposals and tenders.In addition, the Brussels office, on the basis of a network of European institutional contacts (Permanent Representations of Member States to the EU, European Trade Promotion Organisations' offices in Brussels) is formulating initiatives to assist Italian consultancy companies in developing their networking with regard to future participation in international tenders.
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The Committee of the Regions is the voice of regions and cities in the European Union.353 members - regional and locally elected representatives from the 28 EU countries.6 commissions covering competences in the following policy areas based on the EU Treaties:
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Mission of the Europe 2020 Steering CommitteeFor decades EU policies have been developed in a strict EU framework primarily concentrated in Brussels. In spite of increasing European convergence important gaps remained between EU policy making and national policies and practices. The new Europe2020 Strategy focuses on bridging these gaps. It intends to commit Member States more closely to the EU, also in areas which until reently were exclusively national. Only effective dovetailing of the EU and national decision and policy making can reinforce the common basis and goals. This process should also include participation of society at large.In the overall perspective the EESC will give shape to the participation of national social partners and civil society in the practical implementation of the Europe2020 Strategy. It will focus on co-ownership of national societal forces in Europe2020 and on mobilising transborder networks.The mandate of the EESC Europe2020 Steering Committee is: - to coordinate and ensure consistency of the the work carried out by all the Sections, the CCMI, and the Observatories, and in the Opinions on issues related to Europe2020- to organise meetings with national ESC´s and similar organisations to prepare joint initiatives and reports focusing on Europe2020- to coordinate with EESC Members and the Communication group on a Europe2020 communication by organised civil society
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Created in 2003 by the Government of the Brussels-Capital region, the Brussels Enterprise Agency (BEA) has rapidly become the leading partner for any starting or experienced entrepreneur in the Brussel-Capital region. In 2013, BEA was rebaptised impulse.brussels.The core missions of impulse.brussels are :1.To be the interface that enables all those doing business in the Brussels Region to find immediately and easily the specific information that they need, and to identify immediately and easily the people in public and private organisations who will help them consolidate their projects on a lasting basis.2.To propose a growth ecosystem to innovative Brussels enterprises, in which they can acquire and share skills, meet partners and benefit from dedicated coaching throughout their growth cycle.3.To provide selective support to high potential entrepreneurs in a limited but constantly re-evaluated range of topics, when such support is not accessible in the market.The Brussels-Capital region entrusts selectively to impulse.brussels delegated tasks related to economic development. impulse.brussels also manages several European programmes.impulse.brussels carries out its tasks in accordance with the priorities and directions defined in a management contract signed between the agency and the Government of the Brussels-Capital region. This contract sets out for a period extending over several years the objectives and the means to be employed to attain them
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Die Vertretung des Landes Nordrhein-Westfalen bei der Europäischen Union ist eine Auslandsdienststelle der Staatskanzlei unter Verantwortung der Ministerin für Bundesangelegenheiten, Europa und Medien, Dr. Angelica Schwall-Düren.Informieren, artikulieren, repräsentieren
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Experience the European Parliament in Brussels like never before. At our Visitors' Centre, children and adults alike get to discover what the European institutions that represent them are all about in a refreshingly new way: the Parlamentarium. Our Portable Media Guides take our visitors through an interactive journey of European integration, revealing the impact this process has had on the everyday lives of Europeans. As the first ever citizens' exhibition to do so, the Parlamentarium caters to all 24 official languages of the European Union, and is completely free! Our facilities and multimedia guides have been designed to be fully accessible to those with special needs.
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The Federal Chamber of Labour represents the interests of 3.4 million employees and consumers in Austria. Together with the nine Chambers of Labour in each Austrian province, the following main tasks are fulfilled:Fundamental research for the benefit of workers and consumersParticipation in and control of legislationInternational presentation
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The Embassy of Italy in Brussels has the major goal of strengthening the relations between the Italian and Belgium from the political, economic and social point of view. The Embassy plays a pivotal role in the promotion of Italy as one of the most important actors of the European scenario.
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The Covenant of Mayors is the mainstream European movement involving local and regional authorities, voluntarily committing to increasing energy efficiency and use of renewable energy sources on their territories. By their commitment, Covenant signatories aim to meet and exceed the European Union 20% CO2 reduction objective by 2020.
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The World Customs Organization (WCO), established in 1952 as the Customs Co-operation Council (CCC) is an independent intergovernmental body whose mission is to enhance the effectiveness and efficiency of Customs administrations.The WCO is internationally acknowledged as the global centre of customs expertise and plays a leading role in the discussion, development, promotion and implementation of modern customs systems and procedures.
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Likewise the different regional offices set up in Brussels, the Extremadura´s regional office in Brussels aims to bring European Union activities closer to Extremadura and to defend the Region's interests before the EU authorities.
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City of Gothenburg European Office (GEO) is representing Gothenburg and its key stakeholders in Brussels. Our tasks include monitoring the legislative initiative of the EU, promoting Gothenburg and its actors at the European level, and supporting the development of strategic and long term EU projects.
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