AAI

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AcronymDefinition
AAIArab American Institute (Washington, DC)
AAIAmerican Association of Immunologists
AAIAtheist Alliance International
AAIAll Appropriate Inquiry
AAIAirTran Holdings, Inc. (Nevada and Florida)
AAIAnalisi Ambientale Iniziale (Italian: Initial Environmental Assessment)
AAIAirport Authority of India
AAIAccredited Adviser in Insurance
AAIAfro Asiatisches Institut (German: Afro-Asian Institute; Austria)
AAIAmerican Antitrust Institute
AAIAdjusted Available Income (student financial aid)
AAIAuthentication and Authorization Infrastructure
AAIAlpine Ascents International (Seattle, WA)
AAIAllied Armies in Itlay
AAIArea of Archaeological Importance (UK)
AAIAdoption Associates Inc (Jenison, MI)
AAIAsian Arts Initiative (various locations)
AAIAsia America Initiative (Washington, DC)
AAIAirline Ambassadors International
AAIAdoption Advocates International (Port Angeles, WA)
AAIAlliance of American Insurers
AAIArchitectural Association of Ireland (Dublin, Ireland; est. 1896)
AAIAfrican-American Institute (formerly Institute of African American Relations, Washington DC)
AAIAction Aid International (South Africa)
AAIAdam Aircraft Industries
AAIAnkle-Arm Index (atherosclerosis)
AAIAsian American Institute
AAIAgribusiness Association of Iowa
AAIAdvantest America, Inc. (various locations)
AAIAutodesk Approved Instructor
AAIAirline Automation Inc
AAIAristolochic Acid I (toxicology)
AAIAlliance for Africa's Industrialization
AAIAsosiasi Advokat Indonesia (Indonesian Advocates Association)
AAIAmerican Acrylic Injection Inc (Farmersville, TX)
AAIAngle of Approach Indicator
AAIAcute Alcohol Intoxication
AAIAustralians against Islam
AAIAmerinex Applied Imaging, Inc
AAIArkansas Aging Initiative
AAIAlliance for American Innovation
AAIAlexandria Archive Institute (San Francisco, CA)
AAIArrival Aircraft Interval (air traffic control)
AAIAsociación Argentina para la Infancia (Spanish)
AAIAFAQ-AFNOR International
AAIAdministrative Authority Identifier
AAIAbbreviations, Acronyms and Initialisms
AAIAir-to-Air Interrogator
AAIAlliance Academy International
AAIAmerican Atelier, Inc. (Allentown, PA)
AAIAutomated AUTODIN Interface
AAIArmstrong Associates, Inc.
AAIAir-to-Air Interface
AAIAutomatic Accounting Instruction (J.D. Edwards)
AAIAgent Administratif des Impôts (French: Tax Administrative Officer)
AAIAortic Arch Interruption
AAIAir-to-Air Intercept
AAIApplications Alarms Infrastructure
AAIAircraft Armament Incorporated
AAIAsean Australasia and India
AAIAlternatives to Abortion International
AAIAssociation des Anciens de l'Isty (French: Association of the Former students of ISTY, French school in Versailles)
AAIAll American Industries Company
AAIAudit Action Item
AAIAntenna-Air Interface
AAIAgents Available Interval (Sprint)
AAIAutomated Acquisition Information
AAIAesthetic Artist Interview
AAIAMMRL Activity Identifier
AAIArmy Analysis Intelligence
AAIAirborne Alert Indoctrination
AAIAmerican Alpine Institution
AAIAll Actors Integration
AAIAutomobiles Anciennes de l'Indre (French automobile club)
AAIAtlantique Automatismes Incendie (French: Atlantic Fire Automation; fire protection system company)
AAIAutomobile Association Ireland (est. 1910)
AAIAgence Azur Investigations (French private detective agency; Nice, France)
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The American Antitrust Institute is not alone in this concern.
American Antitrust Institute, The Next Antitrust Agenda: The American Antitrust Institute's Transition Report on Competition Policy to the 44th President of the United States 10 (Albert A.
AT&T Benefit OSurely DOJ and the judge understand that the longer this plays out, the more it is actually to AT&TOs benefit, because delay can only weaken two of its competitors, T-Mobile (which is immobilized) and Sprint (which is limping),O Albert Foer, president of the American Antitrust Institute, which has opposed AT&TOs acquisition.
Considering the competitive dynamics of this new economy, the American Antitrust Institute (2004) asks a relevant question: Does the growth of network industries require any change in antitrust policy or analysis?
The American Antitrust Institute, a leading opponent of slotting fees and something of a hotbed of skepticism when it comes to the grocery industry's trade practices, held a daylong roundtable in Washington last summer that concluded there is no need for government regulation of category captains.
And according to Bert Foer, president of the American Antitrust Institute, the deal may prove fateful, much as Microsoft's bundling arrangements did in its antitrust trials: "In the same sense, here you have a monopolist apparently using its monopoly power to discriminate among people that have to do business with it, and giving favors to those who play the game, which is to reduce competition.
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Albert Foer, president of the American Antitrust Institute, said any change in the product market definition or the geographic market definition would lead to greater concentration.
The American Antitrust Institute, a cheer-leading group for antitrust enforcement, was bestowing its first annual Level Playing Field Award upon Klein the Mighty Microsoft Slayer.
Albert Foer, the president of the American Antitrust Institute, has indicated that he believes there is 'reasonably strong evidence' to suggest that a merger between United Airlines and US Airways will result in further consolidation within the industry.
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