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CCAB

An acronym for a type of municipal convertible bond.
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The CCAB was established in 1952 with the mission of strengthening commercial bonds between Brazil and Arab countries, and includes 22 Arab countries.
Trata-se de um estudo de caso unico, do tipo exploratorio, baseado no trabalho de Yin (21), no qual foi selecionado um tema da atualidade para ser investigado com os membros do CCAB.
Economy Hardware was one of the stores that supplemented the CCAB materials with green signage that is offered through its wholesaler, True Value.
The number of post-operative mediastinal exploration was relatively higher in CCAB group 21 (14.
If business wants to work with Aboriginal peoples they should consider participating in the CCAB Progressive Aboriginal Relations Program (PAR), adding it to operational and strategic parameters.
Thank you to the CCAB for this important recognition, we're already hard at work to earn our fourth PAR Gold.
CCAB released the latest audits -- based on a 12-month average from January to December 2008 -- to coincide with new NADbank results.
Neil Gordon, CCAB representative in the UK, said instore promotions were already under discussion.
Following discussions with Government, already resulting in changes to the money laundering reporting arrangements, the CCAB has made the following changes and clarifications to the initial interim guidance issued in May 2003:
CCAB President and CEO JP Gladu called Fort McKay "one of the most successful First Nation-owned business enterprises with annual revenues in excess of $700 million.
Companies are coming in and doing business in our backyard and in our communities," said CCAB president and CEO J.
cimaglobal,com/ethics) contains a number of resources, including: dilemmas published by the CCAB showing how accountants working as non-executive directors can apply the code of ethics; an audiocast on navigating ethical challenges; and a library of ethics case studies.