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EMTA

A professional association for traders and investors in emerging markets. It provides a forum for these market participants to discuss current issues in emerging market investing and, when possible, to devise solutions to problems by consensus. It was established in 1990 in the wake of the debt rescheduling in Mexico and Venezuela. See also: Brady plan.

EMTA

The principal trade group for emerging markets trading. Originally formed in 1990 in response to debt reschedulings by Mexico and Venezuela, the group later expanded its interests to market practices and documentation. Formerly called Emerging Markets Traders Association.
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By employing cross-selling techniques to Lumea's broad client base, EMTA said it anticipates higher sales revenue and a reduced sales cycle time.
When the Marine Corps took over operations from the Army at Camp Fallujah in 2006, it awarded a second contract to EMTA.
As a production electrician, you can follow schemes of training recommended by EMTA (typically modern apprenticeships).
Even with the sudden drop in fuel prices, it's still vital to our long-term success to constantly search for ways to improve our fleets' profitability and to ensure we are less affected by another dramatic fuel spike," said Dale Fink, founder and owner of McKelvey Trucking, which is working with EMTA.
Apprenticeships are available to achieve NVQ/SVQ in Engineering Production at Level 3 plus an EMTA Advanced Modern Apprenticeship Certificate.
Almost one in five firms is facing a lack of basic literacy and numeracy skills in its workforces, says a survey by EMTA, the national training body for engineering and manufacturing.
Students of EMTA members, posing as the famous composers' students, each performs a piece by one of the composers.
Training opportunities exist for people of all ages from ACT Ltd, the Construction Industry Training Board, Cyfle & Media Skills Wales, the Engineering Construction Industry Training Board, EMTA (Engineering Careers), Neway Training, Premier Training & Development, Syn-corps IT, T" Group, in everything from engineering and construction to media and IT.
The EEF and EMTA believe that the vocational GCSE in engineering, if introduced on a large enough scale and particularly in areas where engineering is predominant, has real potential to provide the basis for further education and training.
The Skill CNC Competition is jointly organised by MTTA (The Machine Tool Technologies Association), METCOM (Mechanical and Metal Trades Confederation), EMTA (the National Training Organisation for Engineering Manufacture) and UK SKILLS.
Trouble started six months back when DVC- EMTA reached Loba village to acquire nearly 600 acres of land for an open- cast mine.
TNETC4800 supports full-functionality EMTA applications, including a battery backup subsystem