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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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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.
CAG observed that this would make GSPC responsible for safety and security of RIL's structure for its life period.
The rating continues to reflect GSPC Gas' "ability to exploit growth opportunities in the gas distribution business" as well as its strong relations with group entity Gujarat State Petroleum Corporation, CRISIL noted.
In the current year, GSPC will import five more cargoes under the same short-term supply arrangement either at Dahej or Hazira.
GSPC will have 50 per cent stake in the Mundra project and India's Adani Group will own 25 per cent share.
If the merger is granted, the minimum work program (MWP) for the New Phase I would have a total meterage drilled requirement of 33,102 meters, of which GSPC informed DGH that as at September 17, 2007 a total of 33,224 meters had been drilled, and as such the MWP for the New Phase I would have been completed.
Since implementing GSPC training last Fall, Plastikos has seen scrap rates drop by at least one-third, total efficiency improved 15% to 20%, downtime was cut 30%, and start-ups are 20% to 30% more successful.
Zawahiri, former leader of Egypt's Jihad group which assassinated Anwar Sadat in October 1981, masterminded the alliance with the GSPC, the main terrorist threat in northwest Africa.
Al Qaida in Islamic North Africa is the new incarnation of the Salafist Group for Call and Combat, or GSPC, Algeria's last remaining insurgent group.
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.