ACEA


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ACEAAssociation des Constructeurs Européens d'Automobiles
ACEAAssociation of Consulting Engineers Australia
ACEAAdvisory Committee on Environmental Aspects
ACEAAssociation Canadienne des Etudes Africaines (French: Canadian Association of African Studies; Canada)
ACEAArizona Consulting Engineers Association
ACEAAlachua County Education Association
ACEAAzienda Comunale Energia Ambiente (Rome, Italy)
ACEAAssociation of County Engineers of Alabama
ACEAAssociate of Cost & Executive Accountant
ACEAAdvanced Computation for Engineering Applications
ACEAAfrican Caribbean Evangelical Alliance
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Exercise of the AceA Options would provide an additional A$4 million of funding to Gossan Hill.
The ACEA also rejects the accusations concerning falsified and inaccurate information on consumption and/or CO2 emissions.
The new HuBiogel-based assays will further increase the application field for the xCELLigence System, in low and high-throughput formats, said James O'Connell, ACEA Biosciences' CEO.
According to the ACEA survey, comprising some 30 car makers, new passenger car registrations in the EU dropped for the third month in a row in June 2010 -- by 6.
According to ACEA, the decrease is the steepest recorded since 1993, when car production in the EU fell by 15.
ACEA renewed a call to governments to help fund the development of fuel-efficient technologies and said capital expenditure by carmakers in the past decade had pushed them to the limit of their competitive edge.
The move comes after Congress in the United States approved a EUR25 billion deal for green car investment which encouraged Acea to pitch a similar scheme to the EU.
ACEA president, Christian Streiff, who is also chief executive of Peugeot Citroen, said: "Car makers face increasingly hesitant consumers and call on governments to respond, stimulate the economy and restore consumer confidence.
8 per cent last month hit by high fuel prices, tight credit and a surprise fall in eastern Europe, carmaker association ACEA data showed yesterday.
A survey by ACEA, the European Automobile Manufacturers' Association, shows that during the past 15 months, France, Spain, Finland and Ireland introduced CO2-related car taxation.