Data for Corporate Governance Quality used in the additional analyses are obtained from the ACGA
Autoantibodies to TTG, TPO, RHF, CCP, and ACGA
were observed in 6% (119/1850), 9% (160/1848), 1% (19/1660), 4% (8/188), and 12% (223/1830) of our sample, respectively.
"It's a fine line the NPS has to walk, with probably a lot of pressure from both sides," said ACGA
In the ACGA
's 2013 Gift Annuity Survey Report, (vi) the fifth edition of the survey, for annuities that terminated in the last five years, the average residuum--the net amount remaining for the charity after the donor's passing--was 65%.
's latest "Corporate Governance Watch 2012" showed that the Philippines ranked 10th out of 11 countries in terms of adherence of corporate entities to "good governance" practices.
Australian Commonwealth Games Association (ACGA
) Chief Executive Perry Crosswhite had said his body was one of "30 or 40" similar Games bodies around the world owed money by Delhi organizers.
Far from condemning the gunman, the Pope forgave Acga
and prayed with him in his jail cell.
The Australian Commonwealth Games Association ( ACGA
) has included seven reigning world champions in its list for the cycling events to be held at the Delhi Games.
Since 1927, the American Council on Gift Annuities (ACGA
) has published suggested CGA rates for use by charities and their donors.
Recognized as a top green enterprise in Asia (2007 CG watch, ACGA
), ZyXEL is committed to responsible environmental practices throughout the business and technology development process.
Farm Aid President Willie Nelson and Keith Bolin, president of the American Corn Growers Association (ACGA
) have announced their organizations' sponsorship and facilitation of a series of renewable energy and farm policy workshops slated for over a half dozen farm states this year.
"The livestock doesn't get direct subsidies per se, but they have until recently done very well by getting subsidized corn," says Larry Mitchell, director of government affairs at the American Corn Growers Association (ACGA
), a rival offshoot of the National Corn Growers Association (NCGA), which the ACGA
contends represents agribusiness conglomerates rather than small farmers.