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Reproducing EFGCP public documents for use/dissemination in connection with
public conferences, commercial training programmes, papers, journal articles,
Including EFGCP public documents in any publication, whether in paper or
electronic format, which is produced in the course of a business or professional
activity, whether or not carried out for profit.
Where commercial reproduction concerns inclusion of EFGCP public documents
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large scale reproduction and/or distribution), be granted by means of a formal
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requests for limited reproduction of documents for use as training materials),
any copyright licence will normally be granted by means of a letter of
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