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DCUDC Universe (comics)
DCUDublin City University
DCUD.C. United (soccer)
DCUDesert Camouflage Uniform
DCUDisplay Control Unit
DCUDigital Federal Credit Union
DCUData Concentrator Unit
DCUDesert Combat Uniform
DCUDigital Control Unit
DCUDelayed Coker Unit
DCUDisplay and Control Unit (NASA)
DCUDesjardins Credit Union (Canada)
DCUDispersion Compensation Unit (Cisco)
DCUDispersion Compensation Unit
DCUData Control Unit
DCUDanmarks Cykle Union
DCUDistributed Control Unit (computer hardware)
DCUDen-En Chofu University (Japan)
DCUData Collection Unit
DCUDivision of Colleges and Universities
DCUDrinker's Check-Up
DCUDiplôme Comptable d'Université (French: University Diploma of Accounting)
DCUDevice Configuration Utility
DCUDedicated Control Unit
DCUDelphi Compiled Unit
DCUData Cache Unit
DCUDispenser Control Unit
DCUDynamic Component Upgrade (USMC)
DCUDesignated Complaint Unit (various companies)
DCUDiesel Control Unit (Diesel Injection Technology)
DCUDirectory of Canadian Universities
DCUData Channel Unit
DCUDocument Control Unit
DCUDry Completion Unit (oil industry)
DCUData Communications Utility
DCUDigital Computer Unit (NASA)
DCUDiagnostic Control Unit
DCUDecimal Counting Unit
DCUDeployment Control Unit
DCUDemocratic Canadian Union
DCUDiagnostic Controller Unit
DCUDebark Control Unit
DCUData Command Unit
DCUDrum Control Unit
DCUDiamond Cleaver Unit
DCUDetection & Control Unit
DCUDecade Counting Unit
DCUData Conversion Unit
DCUDreamCast United (website)
DCUDrexel Co-Op Units
DCUDive Computer Uplink
DCUDistributed Computing Unit
DCUDischarge Control Unit
DCUDigital/Display Control Unit
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We heard from Susan Murray of the Desjardins credit union system in Canada.
A second compelling case in point is the great Desjardins credit union federation in Canada.
For example, Holland's Rabobank, the British Cooperative Bank, Germany's co-operative farm banks, the Desjardins credit unions in Canada, and the Caja Laboral credit union -- the `Mondragon bank' -- in Spain are rightly recognised as outstandingly successful providers of financial services.
High service charges and the merger of the Desjardins credit unions were largely responsible for the dissatisfaction with these Quebec financial institutions.
Outstanding examples of the achievements and on-going relevance of mutualism and mutualist bodies which cry out for attention include -- to name only two -- Canada's Desjardins credit unions and the great complex of manufacturing, retail, financial service and support co-operatives at Mondragon in the Basque region of Spain.
The Desjardins credit unions are now the largest financial intermediary in Quebec and the sixth largest in Canada.
The outstanding commercial success of the Desjardins credit unions reflects their commitment to continuous reinvention -- to constantly adapting their objectives and structure in the face of changing needs and circumstances.
In Claude Beland's eloquent and stirring words: For the Desjardins credit unions, developing stronger business relationships with their members and promoting the co-operative way of life in the communities they serve will remain priority areas of involvement for many years to come.
Like the Desjardins credit unions, Mondragon was founded by a committed adherent of social Catholicism, the Basque priest Don Jose Maria Arizmendiarrieta.