ABAC


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AcronymDefinition
ABACAPEC (Asian-Pacific Economic Cooperation) Business Advisory Council
ABACAbraham Baldwin Agricultural College
ABACAttribute Based Access Control
ABACAntiquarian Booksellers Association of Canada
ABACAlcohol Beverages Advertising Code (Australia)
ABACAssumption Business Administration College (Bangkok, Thailand)
ABACAssociation of Balloon and Airship Constructors
ABACApplied Behavior Analysis Graduate Certificate (George Mason University; Fairfax, VA)
ABACAssociació de Buscadors Aurífers de Catalunya (Catalonian, Spain)
ABACAntonio Balma Air Compressors
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ABAC Philippines has earlier committed to help address non-tariff measures, facilitate labor mobility, enhance MSME participation in the global economy, and expand MSME financing through their work programs.
Following the deal, which is pending anti-trust clearance, about eight employees from ABAC Catalunya will join Atlas Copco's organisation in Spain.
Each economy nominates up to three members from the private sector to ABAC.
ABAC also made clear that energy security and climate change are "inextricably linked" and APEC's priorities should include adopting measures to improve energy efficiency; establishing of reliable supplies of conventional energy resources, developing a diversified energy portfolio, easing regulatory impediments and setting goals and formulating individual voluntary action plans for energy efficiency and conservation.
When we consider the more appropriate case of counting repeated letters only once, several more words are perfect, all for PN 6: abac, abaca, bacaba, bacca, Caaba and eaba.
In 2004, while Chile was chairing the forum, the FTAAP concept came up in ABAC as a fallback position in case of the expected stagnation of the Doha Development Agenda negotiations.
And ABAC members made a parallel commitment to conduct their business according to the highest ethical standards.
The report added that Brussels' accounting would be further improved by the introduction this year of a single software system, called ABAC (accrual based accounting) Workflow, accessible to 7,000 users across the Commission.
The ABAC, from the private business standpoint, points to the importance of keeping in mind that enhanced security would not hinder business and investment facilitation in the Asia-Pacific region,'' the Support Council for APAC Japan said in a news release.
ABAC is also calling on APEC leaders to ''instill a sense of urgency and commitment'' to full liberalization of trade and investments in the region as spelled out under APEC's Bogor goals.
DCGS-A's solution provides an extensible ABAC architecture with a configurable policy enforcement point (PEP), policy administration point (PAP), and policy decision point (PDP) that allow domain-specific and Community of Interest (COI)-specific customizations.