BKME

AcronymDefinition
BKMEBank of Kuwait and Middle East
BKMEBleached Kraft Pulp Mill Effluent (pharmacology)
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extra-ordinary General Assembly meetings, that the BKME's credit portfolio
BKME was transformed into an Islamic bank in accordance with a shareholder decision of July, 2008.
Fahad Al-Rajaan, Chairman, Ahli United Bank, expressed satisfaction with this most recent review by Fitch, "It is all the more gratifying to see that the rating affirmation was not limited to AUB flagship operation in Bahrain, but also included two of AUB's major subsidiaries, AUB (UK) and BKME, in a further testimony to the resilience and strong fundamentals of AUB Group as a whole, even in the midst of one of the most challenging periods in decades".
For instance, genistein was isolated and identified at a concentration of 10 pg/L in the final BKME from a pulp mill in Ontario, Canada (Kiparissis et al.
Bank of Kuwait and Middle East (BKME), which transformed from traditional
Moody's Investors Service has downgraded the bank financial strength rating (BFSR) of Bank of Kuwait and the Middle East (BKME) to D+ from C-.
<p>BKME arranges real estate finance of $111 million for Abyaar The Bank of Kuwait and The Middle East (BKME) saidCait has arranged a new real estate financing facility for Abyaar Real Estate Development Company (Abyaar).
BKME which has also opted for convergence to Islam will also vie for an increased market share once in the playing field of this banking niche and so will KIB.A[umlaut] 2008 Al Bawaba (www.albawaba.com)
During 2005 it acquired a 27% voting stake in the Bank of Kuwait and the Middle East (BKME) and entered the Iraqi market through its acquisition of a 49% stake in Commercial Bank of Iraq, one of the largest private banks in the country.
Chinook salmon alevins were exposed during their labile period for sex differentiation to different concentrations of bleached kraft mill effluent (BKME), primary sewage effluent, secondary sewage effluent (SE), 17[beta]-estradiol, testosterone, and nonylphenol.