CEPCCarpet Export Promotion Council (India; est. 1982)
CEPCCentre d'Entraînement des Postes de Commandement (French: Command Post Training Center)
CEPCCertified Executive Pastry Chef
CEPCCentre Equestre Poney Club (French pony club)
CEPCCairo Electricity Production Company (Cairo, Egypt)
CEPCCommittee on Education Polcies and Curriculum (College of Mount St. Joseph; Cincinnati, OH)
CEPCCooperative Educational Purchasing Council
CEPCCentral European Programming Contest
CEPCContinued Extensive Psychiatric Care (behavioral psychiatry)
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Muyot earlier called on local officials-from governors to barangay leaders-who will run in the 2019 elections to prioritize the implementation of the law under the CEPC that integrates disaster risk reduction measures to ensure safety of children during emergencies.
The Cairo West power station is located around 16km northwest of Cairo, and is operated by CEPC. The rehabilitation project was awarded to a consortium that included MHPS' Egyptian subsidiary.
Talking to media before departure, leader of the delegation Vice-President Saarc Chamber and Chairman United Business Group Iftikhar Ali Malik said that distinctive features of the CEPC would also be highlighted during the deliberations besides briefing to the participants on regional issues confronting the South Asian countries.
China Pakistan Economic Corridors (CEPC), will host $45 b projects.
In recent years, circulating endothelial progenitor cells (cEPCs) have been documented to change during anti-angiogenic therapy, and cEPC levels were thought to be useful as a predictive marker for monitoring chemotherapy, particularly with anti-angiogenic therapies for some cancers, such as breast cancer, non-small-cell lung cancer, prostate cancer, and MM (3-6).
Request of offers from international consulting firms to provide the required consulting services for Cairo West 1 x 650 MW steam fired power station under finance from CEPC own financial resources.
According to the lawmaker, the bill proposes the creation of a Comprehensive Emergency Program for Children (CEPC) that will be implemented immediately after the declaration of a national or local state of calamity.
residents' diets from 0.5 cup-equivalents per 1,000 calories (CEPC) in 2001-2004 to a 2020 target of 0.9 CEPC and of vegetables from 0.8 CEPC to a 2020 target of 1.1 CEPC.
13 October 2011 - US-based MediaTechnics Corporation (OTCBB:MEDT) said today it had taken over biomass fuel development firm Clean Energy Production Company (CEPC) for about USD1m (EUR728,000) in exchange for restricted preferred and common stock.
Among those leading the fight in India to eradicate the practice of child labor is the Carpet Export Promotion Council (CEPC).
Most of the agents were well informed about the regulations, but we were surprised to find that many of the owners did not know about the need for a CEPC and were not aware of the deadline.
One of the few chef-owned and chef-designed culinary schools in the country, the PCI features a curriculum based on the "revolutionary Artisense method of instruction." The institute's president--chef, author and educator Richard Battista, CEC, CEPC, CCE--assembled a staff of world-renowned chef-instructors, many of whom have held positions at the Culinary Institute of America, Johnson and Wales University, California Culinary Academy, Art Institute of California--Los Angeles and the Los Angeles Culinary Institute.