DTACDouble Taxation Avoidance Convention (Mauritius and India)
DTACDefensive Tactics (military and police training)
DTACDisaster Technical Assistance Center (US SAMHSA)
DTACDivision Tactical
DTACDelta Teaching Assistant Certificate (Canada)
DTACDialogue Transatlantique des Consommateurs (French: Transatlantic Consumer Dialogue)
DTACDanvers Traffic Advisory Committee (Danvers, MA)
DTACDigitized Training Access Center
DTACDeployable Testbed for Autonomic Computing
DTACDepartment of Tactics
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AIS's ratings are higher than those of its domestic peer, DTAC, due to DTAC's smaller size, weaker market position and lower profit margin.
The following summer, a second internship at John Deere had me working on the Harvester Works DTAC team, assisting dealers with technical problems on harvesting equipment.
The dT(ini) tests thus gave early feedback if performance had been compromised at any point in the assembly of DTAC.
The ratings could be favoured by a major improvement in non-voice revenues to over 25% of service revenues from 14% in the third quarter of 2010 and/or a rise in scale and revenue market share near to that of the leading operator, on condition that DTAC is able to maintain FF0 adjusted net leverage below 1.
MCN-powered WAP search has provided a consistent, high quality, real-time mobile search experience for DTAC subscribers since March, 2007," said Pakorn Pannachet, Senior Vice President, VAS.
We believe, the MMS solution will enable DTAC users to explore the new dimension of mobile communications and share the moments with relatives, friends or colleagues.
Treating Mauritius as infamous on the DTAC issue doesn't reflect what it is .
In April 2011, both India and Sweden concluded a protocol to amend the Article 27 of the DTAC concerning exchange of Information to bring it in line with the international standards and to add an article in the protocol to the DTAC to include tax examination abroad.
Jon has been appointed CEO of the Telenor Group's Thai mobile operator DTAC.
26 January 2011 - Swedish telecoms equipment major Ericsson AB (STO: ERIC B) said today it will upgrade the 2G network of Thai operator DTAC under a deal with an undisclosed value.
In addition, the two mobile market leaders - AIS and DTAC - have disclosed data relating to the first quarter of 2012, while the regulator has supplied estimated data for the rest of the market.