International Anticounterfeiting Coalition

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International Anticounterfeiting Coalition

Also called the IACC. A nonprofit organization in the United States that promotes intellectual property. The IACC conducts a number of activities toward this goal. It participates in global conferences to improve enforcement standards, trains police and other law enforcement officials, and lobbies the U.S. and foreign governments for favorable legislation. It was established in 1979 and is based in Washington, D.C.
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Caption: Looking appropriately like a large drop of water, the IACC annual Drinking Water Award was presented to the City of Brewster for its recently completed reservoir renovation.
Article 16(a) of the IACC Law sets out the acts of corruption that can be prosecuted by the IACC as follows:
The world today is vastly different from the era when the IACC was created in the 1970s.
Over the years, India has been participating in the economic development of the Arab world by supplying manpower, increasing trade and making a breakthrough in construction and project exports," IACC executive director Asif Iqbal said.
Our people have invested in the Arab world from Oman to Egypt and much of our overseas trade passes through the Suez Canal, the Red Sea and the Gulf of Aden," Muniyappa told about 300 delegates, including 250 members of the IACC and 40 delegates from 11 Arab countries.
Once the IACC verifies a merchant claim, a third-party monitoring agent alerts affected payment processors, like Western Union, enabling them to take necessary actions.
For IACC members to achieve silver status they must adhere to at least 75 per cent of 55 environmental tenets regarding water conversation, energy management, air quality and food and beverage.
He leaves the IACC with Cuba receiving flights from dozens of airlines from around the world, up from only a handful of airlines in the late 1980s and direct links to only a few destinations.
These studies currently hold the best promise of revealing what causes autism, how it might be prevented, what treatments are effective, and how service needs change across the lifespan--questions noted in the IACC strategic plan as critically important to improving the lives of people with [autism spectrum disorder] and their families," Dr.
The IACC Strategic Plan for Autism Spectrum Disorder Research will advise federal agencies and Congress on needs and opportunities for research investigating autism, a complex developmental disorder that affects 1 in 150 children.
He states that the criteria set by IACC reflects advances in sound-deadening building materials, engineered comfort in furnishings, and nutritional standards in food service as well as communication technology.