CAAG

AcronymDefinition
CAAGClean Air Action Group (est. 1988; Hungary)
CAAGConditioned Air Association of Georgia
CAAGCompound Average Annual Growth
CAAGChild Abuse Action Group (est. 1994; South Africa)
CAAGCommunity AIDS Action Group (Bloomington, IN)
CAAGCentral Asia Archaeological Group (Uzbekistan)
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a The Flight Safety Foundation's CAAG has so far conducted 29 highly successful workshops around the world, and the Tripoli workshop was the 30th one.
Research firm Allied Business Intelligence (ABI) predicts that the number of WLAN enabled notebook users is ramping up, with an expected CAAG of 79%, reaching a potential 58 million users by 2008.
Also on Monday, Tyne Wear CAAG hold a meeting from 7pm in the EA offices at Newcastle.
Research firm Allied Business Intelligence (ABI) projects a CAAG of 49% for 3G gear spending from 2002 to 2007.
Monday: A CAAG meeting (originally due for Monday, October 10) will take place at the Environment Agency offices, Skinnerburn Road, Newcastle.
Governmental agencies garnered 15% of the total biometric industry revenue for 2002 -- For year ending 2003, the biometric industry will generate $153 million in total revenue -- Between 2000 and 2007 total biometric revenue is set to grow at a CAAG of 47%.
THE CAAG meeting (originally due for Monday, October 10) has been rescheduled for November 7 at the EA offices in Skinnerburn Road.
Local angling is going to benefit thanks to the efforts of Ben Thompson, Regional CAAG Organiser for the Tyne and Wear County Action Group.
Monday: A CAAG meeting is scheduled for Tyneside House.
Tyne & Wear CAAG hold their AGM between 7-9pm at EA offices, Tyneside House, Newcastle.
At the last CAAG meeting, clubs adopted a local school to help promote angling.
Shipments of IP-PBX units are expected to grow at a CAAG rate of 71% through 2006.