ABACC

AcronymDefinition
ABACCAssociation of Business Administrators of Christian Colleges (Michigan)
ABACCArgentine-Brazilian Agency for Accounting and Control of Nuclear Materials
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This year, the Nuclear Suppliers Group comprising 46 countries, recognised ABACC as an alternative to IAEA additional protocols for the transfer of advanced nuclear technologies.
O sistema estabelecido pela Argentina e o Brasil engloba os dois Estados vizinhos, uma agencia criada por eles (ABACC) e a AIEA.
After the solution of the Itaipu problem (1979), the relationship with Argentina was deepened through the establishment of a gradual process of economic integration in 1988 (the origin of Mercosul), the Brazilian-Argentine Agency for Accounting and Control of Nuclear Materials (ABACC) agreement between Brazil, Argentina, and the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), which established a mutual nuclear facility inspection process and, consequently, the dissolution of the two countries' "strategic rivalry." Brazil gave a concrete and tangible demonstration of a new disposition in disarmament matters.
The institutionalization of military cooperation agreements has included permanent exchanges between the military staffs of the two countries, and the continuity of bi-national working groups on nuclear issues, especially the continuity of Brazilian-Argentine Agency for Accounting and Control of Nuclear Materials (ABACC), which dates back to the late 1980s.
Em artigo anterior procuramos demonstrar o compromisso inequivoco do Brasil com a naoproliferacao nuclear, tanto como signatario do TNP, do Tlatelolco, assim como por meio da criacao da Agencia Brasileiro Argentina de Contabilidade e Controle de Materiais Nucleares (ABACC) e o Acordo Quatripartite assinado entre Brasil, Argentina, ABACC e AIEA (Brigagao & Seabra, 2009).
As Philippe (2014b) himself stresses, it is entirely consistent with both INFCIRC/435 and INFCIRC/153, Corrected that the reactor hatch should be sealed in the presence of ABACC and IAEA inspectors to make sure that it will not be opened until refueling or other maintenance operation is held, again in the presence of ABACC and IAEA inspectors (16).
Once it was solved, the bilateral relationship entered into an extremely constructive phase that made possible the 1991 agreement to create the Argentine-Brazilian Agency for Account and Control of nuclear materials (ABACC) and the customs union on which MERCOSUL is based.