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This basic concept and operating pattern is applied in EEDC to many different areas. Let's give an example:
EEDC has created a new air transport group, this group includes three different and independent airline companies, the fourth element of this set will be the driving, monitoring and expanding element for the other companies, although the fourth commanding and coordinating element is a non-airline company. This element will provide growth, contracts and lobby expansion, However, if one of the companies produces a negative return, it won't affect the driving element as per its non-identity within the rest of the components of the set. But if the companies are profitable and produce a sustainable growth, the commanding element which is out of the identity of the network will grow and expand as per the growth and expansion of the network.
The same principle is applied for EEDC network non-network, which is constructed by a huge network of relations on a world wide basis, active or dormant, without being tied to a common command element, but activated by driving elements outside of the network which allow the system to grow more and more with minimum risk for the structure and maximum operative independence and autonomy for the units.
As per the afore mentioned, the active units could be geometrically expanded and the dormant elements activated when needed. In this pattern, EEDC has in its international network a huge amount of silent network or units, that are not necessarily units of EEDC, but when they are activated they become units of our system. This provides us with a huge amount of flexibility, independence and capacity for geometrical growth with the minimum effort and maximum result for our activity and the proper conduction and expansion of our system.
Another great advantage of networks-non networks is that being all the units of the system, non units by identity, the basic network becomes structurally a non network as it is formed by the potential non units of the system. The same paradigmatic model could be applied to pattern business expansion, or to any operative network reality.

5) General Rules and Observations

A. Appointments:
All appointments should be exclusively granted by E.E.D.C head office with the signature of its president. The same applies for all cancellations of an appointment.

B. Membership:
Exclusively the member that holds a hard copy of the appointment plus their mention in the web page are considered to be E.E.D.C members.

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