BWI

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AcronymDefinition
BWIBaltimore/Washington International Airport (airport code)
BWIBritish West Indies
BWIBest Western International (hotel chain)
BWIBuilding and Wood Workers' International
BWIBoating While Intoxicated
BWIBest Web Image (website design company; San Jose, CA)
BWIBretton Woods Institutions
BWIBoating Writers International
BWIBrendan Wood International (Toronto, ON, Canada)
BWIBicycling while Intoxicated (law)
BWIBill West Incorporated (Monroe, CT)
BWIBattalia Winston International (various locations)
BWIBread for the World Institute
BWIBit Wear Index (engineering/geology)
BWIBandwidth Inheritance
BWIBench Warrant Issued
BWIBoxed with Instructions (online selling)
BWIBureau of Workforce Investment (Pennsylvania)
BWIBond-Wire Interconnect
BWIBusiness Works Inc. (Aiea, Hawaii)
BWIBound Word Inc. (creative arts; Monterey, CA)
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To succeed, the group will need to reconcile the views of the countries that form the bulk of the membership of the Bretton Woods institutions and devise a concrete plan for rebalancing.
At its annual meetings, the Committee assessed the priorities for the Bretton Woods institutions, the role of the private sector in global development and finance, and US leadership within the IFIs.
And, while no one can say yet whether the BRICS' initiatives will succeed, they represent a major challenge to the Bretton Woods institutions, which should respond.
This neglect is unfortunate because its design clearly inspired the early US proposals for the Bretton Woods Institutions.
Eliasson, who spoke at the opening of the UN Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) annual Spring Meeting with the Bretton Woods institutions and UN agencies, said: "Placing our world on a sustainable path needs to be infused with a new global partnership for development".
The First Vice Prime Minister assured representatives of Bretton Woods Institutions about seriousness of democratic and economic reforms carried out by the Kyrgyz government, including fight against corruption.
These crises also raised questions about the effectiveness of the Bretton Woods institutions.
Includes an analysis of international investment law, the International Monetary Fund and World Trade Organization's legal frameworks as well as an overview of the Bretton Woods institutions.
BRICS nations are making a case for a " more representative international financial architecture" reasserting the desire of certain members to reform the Bretton Woods institutions.
They are reluctant members of Bretton Woods institutions, dominated by countries no longer dominant economically.
In the same mode, Ting's tends to recommend repetition in South Sudan of bad history that was written in Africa by the Western Bretton Woods Institutions.
The Bretton Woods institutions said their executive boards had approved Togo's eligibility for the debt relief upon reaching the completion point under the Enhanced Highly Indebted Poor Countries Initiative.