BBAC

AcronymDefinition
BBACBritish Balloon and Airship Club
BBACBank of Beirut and the Arab Countries
BBACBack Bay Architectural Commission (Boston, Massachusetts)
BBACBed and Breakfast Association of Calgary
BBACBattalion Budget Advisory Committee
BBACBandwidth-Based Admission Control
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Together with BAIC, Daimler continues developing BBAC into one of the most pioneering manufacturing hubs in Daimlers global production network.
Assaf said that if a depositor insisted on converting their deposit to a dollar account before its maturity, BBAC would offer to give them a loan in dollars that is equivalent to portion of the deposited amount in the national currency.
At this important junction for the Cypriot economy, at a time when it is recovering and returning to growth, we warmly welcome the importance that the BBAC has attached on strengthening its investment in the Cypriot economy.
Results further show that BBAC exhibited a greater adsorption for the metal ions than the BD.
BBAC was designed in consultation with universities and business groups to ensure that school-leavers have the basic skills required by the Birmingham jobs and training market.
Sheikh Ghassan Assaf, Chairman and General Manager of BBAC, said, "We seek through our strategic expansion to allow an easy and professional access to our distinguished banking services.
BANKING AND CREDIT NEWS-May 18, 2011--Capital Intelligence upholds BBAC ratings(C)2011 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.
a) Associate Professor, James P Grant School of Public Health, BBAC University, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
BBAC opens branch in Erbil, Iraq Bank of Beirut and the Arab Countries (BBAC) has opened for business in Erbil in Iraq to meet local and expat Lebanese demand.
A smiling Batlouni signed the first papers at BBAC for an account that named as beneficiaries her two sons, 16-year-old Samer and 14-year-old Jad.
There are seven free zones in Syria, serviced mostly by subsidiaries of Lebanese banks, including BLOM Bank, BEMO (Banque Europeenne Pour le Moyen-Orient Sal), and BBAC (Bank of Beirut and Arab Countries), with four additional public free zones scheduled to begin operation in 2007, including in Homs, Dayr al Zu, the Port of Tartous, and al-Hasakeh near the northeastern segment of the Syrian-Iraqi border.
Grosse Pointe-based acquisition company BBAC LLC purchased the $12 million in principal debt for $6.