GACC

AcronymDefinition
GACCGerman-American Chamber of Commerce
GACCGeographic Area Coordination Centers (wildland firefighting)
GACCGatwick Area Conservation Campaign (UK)
GACCGlobal Air Chiefs Conference
GACCGrating Assisted Codirectional Coupler
GACCGround Attack Control Center
GACCGreater Austin Crime Commission (Austin, Texas)
GACCGround Attack Control Capability
GACCGreat Apes of Congo Center
GACCGreat American Cross Country
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The agency said a cooperative arrangement between the BOC and the GACC will be signed during the proposed visit of Chinese officials to Manila in April this year.
According to the Customs report, a Cooperative Arrangement between the agency and the GACC is scheduled to be signed during a proposed visit of Chinese officials to Manila in April this year.
It would create a significant change in the noise impact of the communities that live to the north of the airport," said Peter Barclay, chairman of GACC.
A series of pop culture exhibitions will be held at GACC headquarters over the course of 2018, as well as numerous talks and workshops designed to enhance ties with other countries, the organization said.
Ambitious goals for scaling up clean cooking have been set by several international bodies, including the GACC, the South-East Asia Region of WHO, and the Sustainable Energy for All initiative of the United Nations Director General.
Istoriali, a social enterprise off-shoot of GACC, boasts of a long line of top quality Georgian Cultural Gifts that is inspired by motifs and designs of rich archaeological finds, and is also known for its traditional handmade crafts by Georgian artisans.
But in December last year, Gatwick's ownership passed from BAA to US-based investment fund Global Infrastructure Partners, and the GACC and other groups were concerned that the new owners would start looking at possible runway plans.
We've been taking her to the GACC since she was a puppy," she said.
It will also study possibilities for extending the GACC objectives to the countries of Asia, Latin America and other regions covered by the Development Cooperation Instrument (DCI).
In 2006, WorkSource and its partners, including GACC, Austin Community College (ACC), and the Ray Marshall Center, received funding from the Texas Workforce Commission under its Meeting Industries' Critical Workforce Needs Initiative.
The plan calls for paying the creditors through recapitalization financing of approximately $847 million, consisting of approximately $267 million of secured financing from Merrill Lynch and GACC, approximately $161 millio n of secured financing from certain existing unsecured creditors and approximately $419 million of proceeds from already completed sales of CMBS.