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World Radiocommunication Conference

Also called WRC. A periodic conference of the International Telecommunications Union at which member-delegates meet to discuss changes to international regulations concerning radio broadcast. Conferences occur every three to five years and are usually held in Geneva. WRCs have been held since 1993, when they replaced the World Administrative Radio Conference.
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The WRC process has increased in importance as a forum to maximize
At the end of the second contract, DESC had ordered and WRC delivered 14.
And in the UK, aspiring Colin McRaes searching for a sporty driving experience can also be winners, with the storming Xsara VTS, on which the Xsara WRC is based, from just pounds 15,495.
Calling on the University of Iowa to embrace the WRC, more than thirty students and community activists occupied the administration building for six days in April, until police forcibly removed the protesters, arresting five of them.
We've never said that and that has never been our intent," says Maria Roeper of the WRC.
It's of great concern that there is no African rally in the 13-round WRC circuit, a factor that boosts the Safari's bid to be back on the roster.
The contraventions detected by the WRC to the end of June relate to failure to produce or to keep records (36%), leave, public holiday and Sunday entitlements (20%), working without permission (14%) and a failure to issue payslips (13%).
Lappi, who is one of the brightest prospects in rallying and last year won the WRC 2 title, joined TOYOTA GAZOO Racing prior to the 2017 season and has got to know the Yaris WRC well during testing.
Currently leading the WRC 2 standings, the pairing will be looking to strengthen their hold on the support series with another solid victory.
The Department of the Navy (DON), with other federal agencies, is part of the Interdepartment Radio Advisory Committee (IRAC)--Radio Conference Subcommittee (RCS), chaired by the, National Telecommunications & Information Administration (NTIA), an agency within the Department of Commerce, which prepares federal positions for WRCs.
Hayden Paddon and co-driver John Kennard in an i20 WRC led the rally from the start but were beaten to first place by current WRC Champion Sebastien Ogier.
The 42-year-old Al Qassimi will be looking to capitalise on his experience to keep his good form in the current season, where he is bidding for his second Middle East drivers' crown with the Abu Dhabi Citroen Total WRC Team.