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President

Highest-ranking officer in a corporation after the chief executive officer.
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President

In a publicly-traded company, the second-highest ranking officer in the company. In smaller companies, the office of president may be combined with the chief executive officer (the highest officer). The president may or may not also be a member of the board of directors.
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president

A leading decision maker of a company. The president is sometimes the company's chief executive officer.
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president

a North American term for the chief executive or MANAGING DIRECTOR of a corporation or JOINT-STOCK COMPANY.
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The President of the Assembly urged political parties and civil society to show more unity and vigilance so as to give a helping hand to security and military institutions, face up to whoever dares to threaten security in the country and ensure the success of the transition stage.
Asma Jahangir, United Nations Special Rapporteur on Freedom of Religion or Belief, arrived on 27 April year 2009 on a three-day visit to the Republic of Macedonia, where she met with Trajko Veljanoski, President of the Assembly of the Republic of Macedonia, and Antonio Milososki, Minister of Foreign Affairs.
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George Erasmus, past president of the Assembly of First Nations and Co-chairman of the Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples, presented the report of the Aboriginal Healing Foundation (AHF) set up to help rehabilitate victims of abuse in residential schools.
Once the notification is received by the Commission, it is obliged to review it and submit a report to the President of the Assembly within two days.
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The President of the Assembly also hailed the role of the civil society and national organisations, particularly the Tunisian General Labour Union.
During their visit to Macedonia, the Czech delegation met with Trajko Veljanoski, President of the Assembly of the Republic of Macedonia; Abdulhakim Ademi, Deputy Prime Minister of the Republic of Macedonia in charge of implementation of the Framework Agreement; Antonio Milososki, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Macedonia; the chairpersons and members of the assembly Foreign Policy Committee and the Committee on European Issues; and Gjorge Ivanov, President-Elect of the Republic of Macedonia.

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