AECAArms Export Control Act
AECAAgricultural Energy Consumers Association (Sacramento, CA)
AECAAnti-Endothelial Cell Antibody
AECAAustralian Early Childhood Association, Inc.
AECAAtlanta Electronic Commerce Association
AECAAtomic Energy Commission of Arizona
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Collecting the award at the AECA annual ceremony, General Manager of Talent, Innovation and Strategy Emma FernEindez said that transparency has been a fundamental value for Indra since the company went public in 1999.
Section 38(f) of AECA gives the Executive power to remove
Not more than $550,000,000 in funds (FMS Administration ceiling authority) realized pursuant to Section 21(e)(1)(A), AECA, may be obligated for expenses incurred by DOD during FY 2010 pursuant to Section 43(b), AECA.
As originally enacted, the AECA imposed licensing and registration requirements only on individuals engaged in the business of manufacturing, exporting, or importing USML articles and services; however, Congress expanded the category in 1996 to include persons engaged in the business of brokering activities with respect to the manufacture, export, import, or transfer of USML articles and services, defining "brokering activities" as "the financing, transportation, freight forwarding, or taking of any other action that facilitates the manufacture, export, or import of a defense article or defense service" (22 U.
A number of studies have emphasized that firm success is better understood and, thus, analyzed relative to competitors (Alonso and Barcenilla, 1999; Cuervo, 1993; Salas, 1992; AECA, 1988).
Administers and enforces the AECA and the ITAR, in furtherance of U.
AECA may then be a marker for HCV induced vasculitis.
AFCA members have access to AECA On-Line, the Association's Web site (www.
AECA Australian Journal of Early Education, 19, 3-10.