ALCB

AcronymDefinition
ALCBAlberta Liquor Control Board
ALCBAssociation of Latvian Commercial Banks
ALCBAlliance and Leicester Commercial Bank
ALCBAmerican Legion Community Band (Warren County, VA)
ALCBAll Lutheran Church of Brussels
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Guarantee mechanisms approved to date: Three projects to support micro, small and medium-sized businesses (ALCB GP), sustainable cities (RECIDE) and development of renewable energies (DESCO) will cover Mali.
The latter loan was first local currency financing obtained by the ALCB Fund.
The ALCB Fund was incorporated in December 2012 by German Development Bank (KfW) on behalf of the German Federal Ministry of Economic Cooperation and Development and is licensed as an open-ended Fund, domiciled in Mauritius with initial paid-in capital of US $47 million.
Why did Klein choose to liquidate the ALCB and establish a private market to retail alcoholic beverages, while, in stark contrast, the Harris Tories chose not only to retain the LCBO in public hands but also to pour significant amounts of capital into it to allow it to complete its process of modernization?
Edward Rimmer, UK and Ireland chief executive of Bibby Financial Services, added: "We are delighted to be involved in this arrangement as ALCB is recognised as a growing force in business banking.
"He has a licence from the ALCB so he can sing in the bars.
In April 1994, we were commissioned by the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives to examine the consequences of privatizing the Alberta Liquor Control Board (ALCB).
Guarantee mechanisms will also make it possible to encourage investments aimed at supporting micro, small and medium-sized enterprises (ALCB GP), sustainable cities (RECIDE) and the development of renewable energy (DESCO).
The Association of Latvian Commercial Banks' (ALCB) said that people are cautious and the ability to borrow in the private sector in general is higher than the desire to do so.
Abidjan: The African Development Bank board approved a ZAR 140-million loan to the African Local Currency Bond Fund (ALCB Fund), to further enhance the Fund's portfolio and promote the development of domestic capital markets across the continent.
The study was based on fieldwork carried from February 2012 to October 2013, besides information complemented by the analysis of specimens deposited in the following herbaria: ALCB, HUEFS, HUNEB, HRB, MBM and SPF (acronyms according to Thiers, 2017 continuously updated).