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AGBCAttorney General of British Columbia (Canada)
AGBCAmerican German Business Club Berlin (est. 1993; Berlin, Germany)
AGBCAgricultural Bank of China
AGBCAssemblies of God Bible College (various locations)
AGBCAmerica Georgia Business Council (Washington, DC)
AGBCAssociation of Grace Baptist Churches
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President and CEO of Manulife Asia Anil Wadhwani commented: "Joining forces with Agricultural Bank of China is a testament to Manulife's global pension strengths and our commitment to bringing a comprehensive range of financial solutions to the vast and rapidly growing China market.
The two sides will complement each other's strengths to launch innovative products and services, as well as boost the in-depth digital transformation of Agricultural Bank of China.
Gaurang Desai, CEO of DGCX, said, "Having Agricultural Bank of China DIFC Branch join as market maker is an important milestone for our Shanghai Gold Futures contract.
P-1 rating to Agricultural Bank of China Limited (ABC), New York (NY) Branch's USD8 billion commercial paper (CP) notes program.
Agricultural Bank of China is one of the so-called Big Four banks in China.
has entered into an agreement to provide its NQSky enterprise mobility solutions to the Shandong branch of the Agricultural Bank of China.
Pursuant to the agreement, Zhong An is regarded as an important client of Agricultural Bank of China, to the extent permitted by law and financial policies, Agricultural Bank of China will provide Zhong An with key support in respect of capital, settlement, financial service, including overall credit service, credit line totaling RMB4 billion as well as safe and convenient settlement products.
Following approvals received from the China Banking Regulatory Commission, Agricultural Bank of China (UK) Limited and Seoul Branch of Agricultural Bank of China Limited have received business licenses from the regulatory authorities in their respective jurisdictions, said the Bank in an announcement today.
The Agricultural Bank of China would itself benefit from the extensive network that Standard Chartered has built in emerging markets both in Asia and Africa.
The bank, which will be publicly listed, will be restructured into a state-controlled, shareholding commercial bank and renamed Agricultural Bank of China Limited.
Those banks included in the GNET system are: Industrial Bank of China, Agricultural Bank of China, Bank of China, China Construction Bank, Bank of Communications, Guangdong Development Bank, China Merchant Bank, CITIC Industrial Bank, China Minsheng Banking Cooperation, Shenzhen Development Bank, China HuaXia Bank, China Post and China Ever Bright Bank.
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