CAGP

AcronymDefinition
CAGPCambodian Association of Greater Philadelphia
CAGPCanadian Association of Gift Planners
CAGPCanadian Academy of Geriatric Psychiatry
CAGPChina Australia Governance Program
CAGPCarolinas Association of Governmental Purchasing
CAGPCampaign Against Global Pollution (UK)
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In 2013, China added gas imports from Kazakhstan through the CAGP and Myanmar via a a new pipeline.
In January, the CAGP submitted a study to the House of Commons Standing Committee on Finance that recommends three tax regime changes aimed at enticing donors to make large planned (not just legacy) gifts.
CAGP wants to see that exemption extended to gifts of real estate and gifts of shares in private companies.
"From a charity perspective," according to the recommendation, "the wealth in these (private) companies represents the most significant unexploited source of wealth in Canada for donation purposes." With such an exemption, gifts of private company shares would most likely occur at the time of a company's sale, and CAGP said total donations of private company shares "could be a very significant amount."
CAGP, investing in high-growth, leading companies in China, India, Korea and other key Asian markets, has US2bn worth of assets under management.
No controversy arises over GFP, GFE, CAGP; everyone recognizes that items in these categories are government property.
* CAGP acquired as a direct item of cost (52.245-5(C)(2));
The government does not have the same control of Title property that it would over, for example, GFP or GFE or CAGP. The contractor is not required to comply with the overwhelming recording, reporting, maintenance, security, and inventory requirements that are dictated for government property.
"The investment will come from FCV III, a part of the Carlyle Asia Growth Partners IV (CAGP IV), a $1.04 billion sector-agnostic fund.
The Carlyle Group said it has closed its fourth Asian growth capital fund, Carlyle Asia Growth Partners IV (CAGP IV), which it describes as "a sector-agnostic growth capital fund" which invests in high growth private companies "with strong local management and leading market positions in China, India, Korea and other key Asian markets."
The closing of CAGP IV reflects improving investor sentiment towards China and India as the two major economies begin to stabilize and show signs of emerging from the downturn.
Carlyle claims that existing investors have been encouraged by the success of CAGP IV's predecessor CAGP III, which has made 22 investments in two and half years across more than ten sectors including energy, consumer, technology, business services, education, industrial, healthcare, real estate and media, 80 per cent of which were made in China or India.