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International Accounting Unit

Also called the IAU. The accounting currency for NATO. It does not circulate and is only used to calculate the cost of NATO's operations. Its value is determined every six months and is based on the exchange rates of NATO member nations.
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Hypotheses 4: the amount of break-even point analytical methods to make financial decisions in IAU is in an ideal level.
However, the IAU greatly appreciates and wishes to acknowledge the increasing interest from the general public in being more closely involved in the discovery and understanding of our Universe.
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IAU President Juan Ramon de la Fuente reiterated the importance of the role of universities in Lebanon and thanked NDU for hosting the event.
While much of the conference was concerned with business matters, one objective was to present a showcase to show non-members what the IAU did, said Eva Egron-Polak, the IAU secretary general.
If the distant discovery advances into the planetary lineup, the IAU will determine its name.
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Up until the partnership this program was conducted in the USA, however this association between IAU and Tapion changes that.
The IAU Strategic Plan, SP, started with a consultative process in Paris in January 2008 and there was considerable feedback and input, leading to several drafts of the plan, which was finally adopted at the IAU General Assembly in 2009.
The IAU and the Association of Support Service Industries have reached an agreement to end the industrial action.
But, according to a report in The Independent, in 2009, Mark Sykes, director of the Planetary Science Institute in Tucson, Arizona, and his like-minded colleagues, hope to get the ruling overturned at the next general assembly of the IAU, to be held in Rio de Janeiro in August.