Mutual Recognition Agreement

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Mutual Recognition Agreement

An agreement between two or more jurisdictions to consider licenses and certifications given by one jurisdiction as being valid in the others. For example, if one is licensed to practice dentistry in Oregon and Oregon has a mutual recognition agreement with Washington, one is by extension licensed to practice dentistry in Washington. Mutual recognition agreements may take place within a country (as between U.S. states) or they may be international.
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The signing of the two MRAs with Israel and Canada brings the number of MRAs signed by Hong Kong to 11 in total.
MRAS still uses the same facilty near Martin State Airport that was originally used by Martin's Glenn L.
The MRA is an international agreement by which countries agree to recognize one another's qualification assessments.
The explanation of the control strategies such as vector control of 3-phase PMSM, FO, MRAS based speed estimation control are described in Section III, the experimental results are given in Section IV, finally, the discussion and conclusion are presented in Section V and Section VI.
Our motive was to see whether MRAs and flexible arrays could be combined to fit into the framework of a 5G smartphone.
Currently, the 10-member trading bloc has concluded eight MRAs, each covering engineers, nurses, architects, land surveyors, medical doctors, dentists, accountants, and tourism professionals.
Under the MRAs, local companies accredited by the C&ED as AEOs can enjoy customs facilitation, such as reduced examination or prioritized clearance, for goods exported to the mainland and South Korea upon arrival.
MRA officials agree that the debate is one for the Legislature.
He and his colleagues reviewed the records of 46 patients aged 17 years and older who underwent posterior fossa MRA between 2000 and 2003.
A includes a separate profit-sharing account and a separate medical retirement account (MRA) for each participant.