ACCJAmerican Chamber of Commerce in Japan
ACCJAustralian Council of Christians and Jews
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355-6; 'Hope in municipal architecture', ACCJ 20, 11 (1940): 10; Carunungan, Quezon City, p.
h As for Special Strategic Zones, gOur position at the ACCJ is that we would prefer to see these reforms enacted on a nationwide basis.
ACCJ President Thomas Whitson said in a statement that the organization will work with the new DPJ-led administration to further strengthen the economic relationship between the two countries.
Charles Lake, head of the business lobby representing more than 1,400 companies, said in a statement that the ACCJ ''looks forward to working with the new Cabinet as a 'Reform Oendan' (support team) and continuing its advocacy activities to achieve its mission of further developing commerce'' between the United States and Japan.
and Japan Reach Semiconductor Accord," August 2, 1996; and ACCJ, Making Trade Talks Work, pp.
By the time the second runway opens, construction costs should be fully recovered,'' ACCJ Transportation and Logistics Committee Chair Hideo Mori said in a news release.
ACCJ President Robert Grondine told reporters, ''In this respect, the softening of the new proposed rules (over) NTT.
Our study differs in many respects from the ACCJ study, particularly in that it has concentrated on the progress of the same cohort of companies over the entire period.
Among its activities, the ACCJ manages and coordinates the activities of over 2,100 members and associates, recommends and implements policy, and advises on business and political conditions in Japan.
The ACCJ Board of Governors and members are deeply grateful for Sam's contributions over the years," said ACCJ President Jay Ponazecki.
Kushner: Let me first say that from the ACCJ perspective we were very supportive of Tokyo's bid.
jp, visit the ACCJ volunteer website or contact your recruitment consultant.