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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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EMTA said it was initially contacted by an attorney from the company, David Johnson of Ruden McClosky, who then negotiated the terms and agreement with EMTA.
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REDUNDANCIES in North West engineering firms were the second highest in the UK last year, according to the latest annual review by the industry's training body EMTA.
Backing the event is Elwa - Education and Learning Wales, which promotes and funds Modern Apprentices in Wales, along with the National Assembly, the engineering national training organisation, EMTA and the South Wales Institute of Engineers.
That is precisely what the industry, which needs to attract over 30,000 new entrants every year, does not want to happen, says the tripartite document drawn up by the training authority, EMTA, the Engineering Employers Federation and the Confederation of Shipbuilding and Engineering Unions.
The Engineering and Maritime Training Authority (EMTA) has two programmes (October 8 and 23) aimed at the new level 3 NVQ in Engineered Systems Maintenance.
THE West Bengal Power Development Corporation Limited ( WBPDCL) is reviewing its joint venture ( JV) agreement with Eastern Mineral Trading Agency ( EMTA), the company headed by Ujjal Upadhyay, state power minister Manish Gupta said.
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