INCASA

AcronymDefinition
INCASAIndiana Coalition Against Sexual Assault
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It is wise that all parties concerned including Algeria consider the King's proposal as a basis for any future settlement," the INCASA said, noting that "Morocco remains open to this solution that preserves its sovereignty, territorial integrity, and allows populations to manage directly and democratically their local affairs.
The textile footwear industry continued to dominate until the 1950s, when vulcanized footwear (which had evolved from textile footwear) experienced a surge in growth, giving rise to several companies with more than a thousand workers, such as FACASA, Ripoll Hermanos, and INCASA.