Organizations and Companies
- Council of Europe, an international organization of 47 member states in the European region
- Communauté Européenne (French for the European Community)
- CE mark, a stylized "CE" (, for Conformité Européenne) placed on products to signify conformance with European Union regulations
- Church of England, the state church of the United Kingdom and mother church of the Anglican Communion, also referred to as the C of E
- Concord EFS, Inc. (stock symbol CE on the New York Stock Exchange)
- Nationwide Airlines (IATA airline designator CE; based in South Africa)
- Combustion Engineering, a former American manufacturer of power systems; sometimes given as C-E
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