CCCG


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AcronymDefinition
CCCGChina Communications Construction Group (est. 2005)
CCCGCanadian Conference on Computational Geometry
CCCGCochrane Colorectal Cancer Group (Cochrane Collaboration; various locations)
CCCGCatron County Citizens Group (Reserve, NM)
CCCGColorectal Cancer Collaborative Group (University of Birmingham; UK)
CCCGClark Cooper Community Gardens (est. 1969)
CCCGClimate Change Co-ordinating Group
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At end-2017, CCCC was 63.84% owned by CCCG, a wholly owned subsidiary of the State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission (SASAC).
Ventura, "Reverse facility location problems," in Proceedings of the Canadian Conference on Computational Geometry (CCCG '05), pp.
16 April 2012 - US agribusiness and food group Bunge Ltd (NYSE:BG) said on Monday it had closed the purchase of Climate Change Capital Group Limited (CCCG), the parent of British regulated sustainable asset manager and advisor Climate Change Capital Limited (CCC).
Lisboa y Paris, Centre Culturel Calouste Gulbenkian (CCCG): Comision nacional para la Conmemoracion de los Descubrimientos Portugueses.
CCC -- a wholly owned subsidiary of CCC Information Services Group (Nasdaq: CCCG) -- provides innovative technology to drive automation throughout the auto claims and collision repair industries.
In July, he was named candidate to the mayor's job by the Civic Committee of Peasants and Ranchers, the CCCG. The group -- whose campaign platform is the parable of the last judgment -- boasts dozens of Giron-trained catechists as organizers.
Contact 1st CCCG, Conference Secretary, School of Computer Science, McGill University, 3480 University Street, Montreal, Quebec, Canada H3A 2A7.
Asset Disposal Has Limited Impact: In 2H17, CCCC completed the transfer of a 29.99% stake in Shanghai Zhenhua Heavy Industries Co., Ltd (ZPMC) to CCCG for CNY5.7 billion.
The government, in a bid to address widespread frustration in Jeddah, this year contracted China[yen]AaAaAeAcs state-owned Chinese Communication Constructi Group (CCCG) to build a 37-kilometre-long channel to catch rain and flood water.