ITQ

AcronymDefinition
ITQIndividual Transferable Quota
ITQImproving Teacher Quality (state grant)
ITQInformation Technology Qualification (UK)
ITQInstituto Tecnológico de Querétaro (Spanish: Technological Institute of Queretaro; Mexico)
ITQInvitation To Quote
ITQImproving Training Quality (conference; World Bank)
ITQInnovation, Technology and Quality (Euro-Mediterranean Partnership)
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In addition to the flawed record of rescuing fisheries from collapse, ITQ programs have brought striking degrees of consolidation in fishing fleets with attendant concerns for economic concentration.
Since the implementation of the first ITQ programs in the mid-1970s, hundreds of such programs have been adopted in over 20 countries.
Under the typical ITQ regime, a government agency sets the TAC for
Contract Team Leader, Stella Owen, said: "The ITQ is a very valuable qualification.
For France, opposed to ITQ, the shelving of this option is an advance.
Your article on individual take quotas ("Net Benefits") swallows the arguments in their favor hook, line, and sinker, when some probing would reveal that ITQs are more than a little fishy.
When used in combination with the Thermo Scientific FOCUS GC, the ITQ 700 GC/MS achieves an unprecedented average relative standard deviation of 9.
The ITQ analyses workforce skills such as making the best use of technology in business systems and in communication with colleagues and customers, and can even include bespoke units for organisations that use unique IT systems, for example proprietary programs for managing client data, logistics, statistics and analysis, alongside units in traditional IT skills such as word processing, databases and email.
Sean Bennion, 17, from Haydon Bridge, was the first person to enrol on the ITQ ( information technology qualification ( apprenticeship with the chamber in November 2004.
DETAILS of the new ITQ national computer qualification will be explained to Merseyside employers next Thursday, March 24, at Liverpool's Crowne Plaza hotel.
4 percent of the national investment volume, leading all regions, since the debut of the ITQ in 1995.
By converting a common resource like fish into property, the ITQ system works like emissions trading in which companies pay for the right to pollute a fixed quantity of the atmosphere.