SACU


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AcronymDefinition
SACUSouthern African Customs Union
SACUSan Antonio Federal Credit Union (Texas)
SACUSan Antonio Credit Union (est. 1935; Texas)
SACUSupplier Audit and Compliance Unit (National Security Council)
SACUStand-Alone Digital Communications Unit
SACUScanner Air Conditioning Unit
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Formed in 1910, SACU was composed of the Union of South Africa and three British High Commission territories, located within or bordering the Union.
According to McCain, at the time South Africa became a member, the SACU market for frozen fries was still in its infancy.
72) whilst in some countries north of SACU the total retail price of a pack of cigarettes is a fraction this.
The richest bloc in Africa is the SADC, in which SACU is the largest.
Chuck Smith, senior vice president and director of lending at SACU, said that interest rates and regulatory changes to the FFELP program changed the credit union's ability to put loans on their portfolio.
This excludes trade with the SACU (South African Customs Union) countries of Botswana, Swaziland, Lesotho and Namibia," says Johan Theron, exhibition director of the South African International Trade Exhibition (SAITEX).
Designed to run on the NCR SelfServ 85, a stylish, slimline kiosk with multi-touch capabilities, the SACU solution will give members a fast, convenient self-service alternative to perform account transfers, make payments and perform account updates while in a branch.
This Friday, the 28 June, the SACU Council of Ministers meeting convene at the Safari Court Conference room in Windhoek, Namibia.
Sustained rand weakness poses inflationary problems in the SACU countries.
It also determines regional inflation excluding rogue states, and finally, South African credit growth has a major impact on overall liquidity in at least the SACU members.
When the ANC came to power in 1994, the private sector was fearful that the governing alliance between the ANC, Cosatu and the SACU would make greater transformation to a free market tough going.