MIBA

AcronymDefinition
MIBAMaine Indian Basketmakers Alliance (Old Town, ME)
MIBAMalaysian Indian Business Association (est. 1999; Selangor, Malaysia)
MIBAMissouri Independent Bankers Association (Liberty, MO)
MIBAMetro Independent Business Alliance (Minnesota)
MIBAMasters of International Business Administration
MIBAMoscow International Business Association (Russia)
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Prior to its integration, MIBA AS had been selling Mitsubishi Electric air conditioning equipment in Norway for almost 25 years, steadily entrenching its market position with strong technical expertise and customer friendly after-care service.
It has provided ready income for freelance diamond miners, as well as steady jobs for the few employed by MIBA, the world's largest producer of industrial diamonds.
Kantha was interacting with reporters after attending a dinner organised by the MIBA President P.
Investigations proved that while MIBA held an exclusive exploration permit for the concession where the rock was found, this did not cover the exploitation rights of the artisan diggers who were mining the area.
It came as no surprise, therefore, that by the end of 1998 MIBA had problems repaying a $3.
Market Analysis III-38 Table 27: Total Number of Vehicles in Use in Germany by Type (2006 and 2007): Passenger Cars and Light Trucks (in million) III-38 Strategic Corporate Developments III-38 Product Launches III-40 Key Players III-41 Bosch Automotive Aftermarket III-41 Continental AG III-42 Knorr-Bremse AG III-42 MIBA AG III-42 SGL Carbon Ag III-43 TMD Friction Holding GmbH III-43 B.
In reporting its latest sales figures, MIBA surprised diamond industry watchers by announcing that its total export sales in June were up by some 38% with 1.
The main loser has been the Congolese state which has an 80% stake in MIBA.
The DGI Group of Companies has been operating in the DRC for more than five years, through its subsidiary Emaxon Finance International, who markets 88 per cent of the DRC's largest diamond mine, MIBA.
African Business found evidence that in April, while Mr Jonas Mukamba, who had been appointed chairman of the diamond company, MIBA, by the Mobutu administration was held as a hostage in Goma, the company had been forced to disburse $3.
Another of its subsidiaries, Sibeka, owns 20% of the industrial diamond company, MIBA, which started to increase production last year after a long crisis period.
The only bad news for MIBA, the diamond mining company (which recorded a 12% increase in production to 4.