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AGOArt Gallery of Ontario
AGOAttorney General's Office (State of Washington)
AGOAngola (ISO Country code)
AGOAmerican Guild of Organists
AGOAustralian Greenhouse Office
AGOAssembléia Geral Ordinária (Ordinary General Meeting; Brazil)
AGOAdjutant General's Office (USA)
AGOAttorney General Opinion
AGOAir Ground Operations
AGOAlpha Gamma Omega (Christian fraternity)
AGOAutomotive Gas Oil
AGOAims, Goals, Objectives (education)
AGOArmygeddon (gaming clan)
AGOAccumulated Generating Operation
AGOArresting Gear Officer (US Navy)
AGOAutomated Geophysical Observatory
AGOArbeitsgemeinschaft Gynäkologische Onkologie eV (Munich, Germany)
AGOAdministrative Grant Officer
AGOArresting Gear Operator
AGOAmerican Gastroenterological Organization
AGOSantiago, Chile STDN Station
AGOAudit et Gestion Opérationnels (French: Audit and Operational Management; University of Lyon)
AGOAlpine Grand Ouest (French automobile association)
AGORichard Gilder Graduate School (American Museum of Natural History; New York)
AGOAcquisition and Grants Office (US NOAA)
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The KWC Angola event is made possible with the support of Snack Bar B&Bs, Terrace Night Club and Bue Barato.
Angola Cables is a multinational telecommunications company founded in 2009, which operates in the wholesale market and whose core business is the commercialization of capacity in international circuits for voice and data through Submarine Cable Systems throughout the South Atlantic and Africa.
According to Ciena, its 6500 Packet-Optical Platform, equipped with the WaveLogic Ai coherent optical chipset, will provide wavelengths at capacities greater than 200G between Angola Cables' point-of-presences and without the need for regeneration.
Soares de Oliveira joins a growing list of recent authors who have enjoyed the first major scholarly access to Angola since the end of the war.
The South Atlantic Cable System is a unique cable system that will directly link Angola to Brazil and the rest of the world, and NEC Corporation prides itself to be the system supplier and would like to thank Angola Cables for giving NEC the chance to be part of this epoch-making cable," said Toru Kawauchi, General Manager at NEC's Submarine Network Division.
org/country/home/tags/angola) 68 percent of the 22 million people in Angola live below the poverty line.
Angola and the United States belong to a number of the same international organizations, including the United Nations, International Monetary Fund, World Bank, and World Trade Organization.
Aceria de Angola (ADA) is an ambitious project which involves the construction of one of the most modern steel plants in Africa, which will produce 250,000 tons of steel per year in its first phase.
Diplomatic relations between the Republic of the Philippines and the Republic of Angola started on September 14, 2001.
Angola imposes 70% local-content rules in its energy sector, but Angolanisation is yet to make a major impact.
Angola Cables' mission is to transform Angola into one of the major telecommunication hubs in Africa.
Africa, and Angola especially, remains constrained in terms of route access, so there's potential for Emirates to gain from increased coverage," Will Horton, senior analyst at CAPA - Centre for Aviation, said by email.