CIMIC


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AcronymDefinition
CIMICCivil-Military Cooperation (US DoD)
CIMICCoopération Civilo-Militaire (French: Civil-Military Cooperation; Eurocorps; NATO)
CIMICCivil Military Coordination
CIMICCenter for Information Management, Integration, and Connectivity (Rutgers)
CIMICCentral Illinois Mosque and Islamic Center (University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign)
CIMICCivil Military Control
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CIMIC Group Chief Executive Officer Michael Wright said: 'We are committed to working closely with the Victorian Government to deliver the first stage of the project.
Cimic had confirmed Al Habtoor's exit in August 2016; in a statement, the Australian firm said Sadik co-founded Al Habtoor Engineering Enterprises in 1970, and had been a director of HLG since its inception in 2007.
BEIRUT: A civil-military cooperation (CIMIC) center was inaugurated in south Lebanon Friday.
"Activities like those of CIMIC play an important role in addressing security threats through engagement between military and civil communities," she added.
Revenue to Leighton Asia, which is part of Cimic Group construction company CPB Contractors, is approximately A$273 million, reflecting Leighton Asia's leading 70 per cent joint venture share.
CIMIC will have a key role in facilitating this defense from within," Paulik said.
HLG's operations continue as normal," CIMIC Group said.
CIMIC's statement to the ASX noted that this occurred after the Australian market closed on Wednesday, 17 August.
However, the actions of CIMIC Group are just a small side portion, with Fairfax Media reporting Unaoil paid millions of dollars in kickbacks to a "fixer linked to Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad, senior officials from Libya's Gaddafi regime, Iranian oil figures, powerful officials in the United Arab Emirates and a Kuawiti operator known as "the big cheese."