GSPC


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GSPCGroupe Salafiste pour la Predication et le Combat (Salafist Group for Preaching and Combat)
GSPCGlasgow Solicitors Property Centre (Glasgow, UK)
GSPCGujarat State Petroleum Corporation Ltd (India)
GSPCGuide Star Photometric Catalogue
GSPCGuilden Sutton Parish Council (Chester, UK)
GSPCGranite State Pioneer Club (New Hampshire)
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GSPC is one of the largest importers of spot LNG cargoes in the country in the current year.
For companies, the GSPC program is designed to give employers the ability to know that their employees have met exemplary standards in knowledge and skills," says White.
The GSPC led to better decision-making--better and timelier.
GSPC chief executive, Mark Hordern, added: "This is the first time we have seen more sales, faster selling times and a recovery in prices since mid-2010.
AQIM's leadership has been splintered by a feud, largely over the decision by Abu Mussab Abdel Wadood, also known as Abdul Malek Droukdel, to merge the GSPC with Al Qaeda in 2006.
On May 23, 2008, the Operating Committee recommended that GSPC seek approval from the DGH and GOI of a proposal to continue the exploration activity in this block without relinquishing any area and retaining the entire Contract Area until the end of the six and one half years exploration period under the PSC.
The number of attacks had been falling before they increased dramatically after the GSPC declared their allegiance to al-Qaeda in 2006.
GSPC allows the employer to create and implement customized training, which makes it more useful than other plastics certification programs, in Katen's view.
The second - comprising GSPC and Adani Welspun Exploration Ltd - got the third block.
Violence has dramatically increased since 2006, when the GSPC, Algeria's last big extremist group left over from a crushed insurgency in the 1990s renamed itself al Qaida in Islamic North Africa and joined Osama bin Laden's network.
The GSPC, originally an antigovernment guerilla group, was thought to be "on the brink of falling apart" between 2003 and 2004, says Lianne Kennedy Boudali, a senior associate at the Combating Terrorism Center at West Point.
GSPC emerged during the civil strife in the 1990s between Muslim militants and government security forces that claimed more than 150,000 lives, many of them civilian.