BIAC

AcronymDefinition
BIACBusiness and Industry Advisory Committee
BIACBrussels International Airport Company
BIACBritish Institute of Agricultural Consultants
BIACBanque Internationale pour l'Afrique au Congo (French: International Bank for Africa in Congo)
BIACBrain Injury Association of Colorado (est. 1995)
BIACBrain Injury Association of Connecticut
BIACBankruptcy and Insolvency Advisory Committee
BIACBrain Injury Association of California
BIACBroadband Integrated Access Controller (Sprint)
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The BIAC is the third-biggest bank in terms of credits and balance sheet total.
1,000 acres, BIAC has 10 manufacturing units, including UK-based Quantum Clothing, Ocean India, Seeds Intimate Apparel, Pioneer Elastics, Shore to Shore, Vardhman Yarns and Threads Limited, International Trimmings and Labels, Ribest Ribbons and Bows (India) Private Limited, SandS Industries, Screenline Printing apart from three of its own units involved in manufacturing ladies underwear and T-shirts.
BIAC and TUAC have full participation rights in the meetings, while other non-state actors participate as observers.
BIAC produces two types of abalone, the Japanese northern, or ezo abalone, and the more common red abalone.
41] A month earlier, BIAC had complained that the MAI draft had fundamental shortcomings and had lost sight of the original objectives.
The BIAC was created in 1962 as a mechanism to integrate the advice and counsel of the business communities in the 29 OECD countries with the work of the governmental representatives of the 29 member nations and the OECD staff.
In his speech, he appreciated the activities of BIAC and stressed the need of arranging such trainings at home and abroad with a view to acclimatizing businesses with the best practices of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR).
The banks should have been ranked, in order of assets: Raw Bank (CDF 667bn); BCDC (CDF 538bn); BIAC (CDF 486bn); TMB (CDF 450bn); BIC (CDF 283bn).
It is learnt that the company is mulling an investment of around Rs 500 crore for setting up a plant spread over nearly 100 acres at BIAC.
The article notes that BIAC fully supports the OECD's initiative, noting that although business believes tax is a question of law, not morality "it also recognises that the public must have confidence that business' interpretation of the tax law is reasonable and proportionate.
He said: "I'm delighted to have been accredited to BIAC.