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International Executive Service Corps

Also called the IESC. A nonprofit organization in the United States that implements international development projects designed to strengthen private business in developing countries. Specifically, it offers assistance in the tourism, information technology, trade and financial services sectors. It was established in 1964 by David Rockefeller and is based in Washington, D.C.
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All IESC members agree that the creation of one overarching set of ethical principles is helping real estate and related professional organizations better promote values that allow ethical business to flourish.
Enteroendocrine cells (EECs) are occasionally located within the crypt and play a vital role in gut physiology and may contribute to the IESC niche microenvironment [46, 47].
[2012] IESC 12, declined to follow Cambridge Gas (and also the decision of the Court of Appeal in Rubin) and also held that the Dicey Rule should not be rejected in favour of a real and substantial connection test.
Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Peru, Hexagrama Consultoras/ FLACSO-Buenos Aires/ IESC, Santiago de Chile.
(IESC), the business serves electrical and datacom contractors, industrial and commercial businesses, government entities and institutions.
at ICSC New York Offices, New York, N.Y.Call 646-728-3515 or bhays@ iesc.org.
And the amount of business that the FTA will generate in future is likely to increase substantially according to International Executive Services Corps (IESC) senior trade adviser Rudy N Vogel.
O curso da ESCS adota metodologias ativas de ensinoaprendizagem nas sessoes de tutoria como a Aprendizagem Baseada em Problemas (ABP), integradas com atividades praticas de interacao ensino-servico-comunidade (IESC) e de habilidades e atitudes (HA) em semiologia e comunicacao, desenvolvidas da 1[grados] A 4[grados] serie do curso, visando a aquisicao de competencias (27).
The Industry and Commerce Ministry is organising the conference in co-ordination with the International Executive Service Corps (IESC), through the US Department of State's Middle East Partnership Initiative.
The committee was to facilitate the repair and delivery of essential services immediately following combat activity and would then submit a weekly status report to the prime minister during the Iraq Executive Steering Committee (IESC) (3) meeting.
In 1987 the case of Raymond Crotty v An Taoiseach and Others (1987) IESC 4 which was heard in the Supreme Court of Ireland, decided that ratification by Ireland of any significant amendment to the Treaties of the European Union required an amendment to the Constitution of Ireland.