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KIACKentucky Intercollegiate Athletic Conference
KIACKlondike Institute of Art and Culture
KIACKansai International Airport Co., Ltd. (est. 1984; Japan)
KIACKelleys Island Audubon Club (est. 1992; Ohio)
KIACKey Industry Associations Committee (American Society of Association Executives)
KIACKoala Information and Advice Centre (Kenya)
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ANA) intends to return more than 2,000 square meters' worth of rented office space to KIAC this October.
KIAC increased its original bid by $5 million to $55 million in cash, and was approved as the successful bidder at the section 363 sale hearing by the United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware.
KIAC indicated its intention to retain substantially all of the employees of Kellstrom.
The draft plan also calls for continuing to invest in the KIAC based on resources in the national coffers in order to build a second runway on the man-made island.
Analysts pointed out that KIAC is cost-blind as it does not take appropriate steps to prevent collusion when its management remains in severe situation.
1 billion yen portion is linked to bonds issued by the KIAC.
The increased revenues and brisk sales at duty-free airport shops led KIAC to score a consolidated operating profit of 27.
The central government and the KIAC would provide a combined 2 billion yen, while local governments would jointly offer 500 million yen, according to the initial proposal.
The Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism (MLIT)'s Growth Strategy Council said on 17 May 2010 that KIAC should be strengthened by improving its balance sheet.
Many of the financial troubles facing KIAC stem from the low volume of air traffic.
Miyazawa met with KIAC Chairman Yasuo Shingu on Monday and reportedly called for the local community to take on a greater financial role.
JCR announced the affirmation of a preliminary AA rating on the shelf registration of KIAC on 3 September 2009.