Alliance of American Insurers

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Alliance of American Insurers

A lobbying organization for property and casualty insurance companies in the United States. It publishes material, presses for favorable legislation, conducts research, and generally seeks to promote its members. It is based in Chicago.
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This began nineteen years of roller-coaster events that led to many AAI drug shortages.
A civil aviation ministry source said, " AAI was actually trying to play down the incident and took action against the official only after the top brass was pulled up
When I met Bert about the time he was starting AAI in the spring of 1998, it seemed like a big challenge to turn antitrust into a consumer issue.
This is because we were focusing on the clinical effectiveness of AAI treatments, not the purported 'philosophical' benefits envisioned by the operator.
AAI manages 126 airports, which include 11 international airports, 89 domestic airports and 26 civil enclaves at defense airfields.
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-30 January 2003-Patria Hagglunds Oy sells mortar system technology licence to AAI Corporation(C)1994-2003 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.
AAI Corporation manufactures high-technology mechanical and electronic systems for the government and the private sector.
AAI Corporation is a customer-driven organization that is a leader in the development and production of innovative high technology electronic and mechanical products and services for military, government and commercial customers in US and international marketplaces.
Expeditions led by Okonek's company or AAI average less than $150 a day, less per day than Lower 48 trips that are much cheaper.
The AAI provides adaptive cycling equipment to people with Ataxia who have demonstrated the desire to stay active and healthy despite their disabilities.
We want them to operate on the 24-hours basis from summer 2018," AAI Chairman Dr Guruprasad Mohapatra told reporters today.