BMIC

AcronymDefinition
BMICBritish Music Information Centre
BMICBangalore-Mysore Infrastructure Corridor (expressway between Bangalore and Mysore, Karnataka, India)
BMICBusmaster Interface Controller
BMICBus Master Interface Chip
BMIC1-Butyl-3-Methylimidazolium Chloride (chemistry)
BMICBattle Management Integration Center
BMICBusiness Management Information System
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AMRI and the BMIC Hub The Buffalo Medical Innovation and Commercialization Hub (the "BMIC Hub") at Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus is a new public-private pharmaceutical research and development initiative in Buffalo, N.
BMIC has also successfully obtained an order against Sivasankaran to provide comprehensive documentary disclosure to the Court regarding the nature, value and location of his assets globally and to attend Court to be cross-examined about those assets.
BMIC is the largest creditor of Mr Sivasankaran's bankrupt estate and will pursue all legal avenues to recover the outstanding judgement debt from his global assets, the company said.
BMIC subsequently commenced proceedings against the defendants in the English High Court and successfully obtained the judgement for $212 million, it said.
An official receiver has been appointed as the manager of Sivasankaran's assets and BMIC is the largest creditor, Batelco said.
ASEC Engineering and Management is currently engaged in engineering and consulting services for under-construction cement plants including the Arab National Cement Company (ANCC) cement plant in Minya; South Valley Cement Plant in Beni Suef; BMIC Cement Plant in Assuit, as well as a gypsum plant in Ataka, Suez.
Despite the revised outlook, the ratings of BMIC continue to reflect its well-established marketing presence and cultural knowledge of Latin American countries, its continued trend of profitable operating results in core lines of business and its favorable risk-adjusted capitalization.
Tenders are invited for Work of Bottom ash hopper refractory & other internal works at BMIC in U # 4 during overhaul at CSTPS, Chandrapur.
On June 12, the court had ordered the defendants, Siva Limited and Mr Sivasankaran, to pay BMIC $185 million in addition to $30,000 per day from November 1, 2012, amounting to a total of $212m.
The judgment, made in the Commercial Court of the English High Court of Justice, fully upheld the claim of BMIC Limited, a fully owned subsidiary of Batelco.
The court had then upheld a claim from BMIC that the defendants failed to honour a settlement agreement relating to a commercial venture into which both parties had entered in 2009, said a report in the Gulf Daily News (GDN), our sister publication.
Batelco, via wholly-owned subsidiary BMIC, had sued Siva and its chairman Chinnakannan Sivasankaran for $174.