CITT

AcronymDefinition
CITTCanadian International Trade Tribunal
CITTCanadian Institute of Traffic and Transportation
CITTCitizens’ Independent Transportation Trust
CITTCanadian Institute for Theatre Technology (Canadian equivalent of USITT)
CITTCommander's Integrated Training Tool
CITTChrist in the Tetons (Wyoming)
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The Canadian government, however, has decided to challenge the CITT decision.
Between the early 1980s to the late 2000s, the CITT had conducted only eleven public interest hearings, and of these, only four led to a finding that public interest had been detrimentally affected by the imposition of anti-dumping duties.
CITT has established two satellite centers in rural areas to facilitate the diffusion of appropriate technologies.
The major weaknesses lie around the CITT part of the process.
The CITT also ruled that the parent-seller was just a conduit through which the periodic payments passed to the licensor hence should not be an add-on to transaction value.
Batted first, CITT posted 179 for 5 in allotted over and shot out the foreign team at 101 with one over remaining.
CITT (Centre for Innovation and Technology Transfer).
After the project was granted to Lockheed, competitor Northrop Grumman filed a complaint with the CITT saying that the contract was not awarded fairly.
The CITT ruled that any resumption of dumping is unlikely to hurt the domestic tube industry.
TSX:CTY) today announced that the Judicial Review of the CITT decision previously scheduled for February 22, 2006 has been postponed to March 22, 2006.
Depending on its findings, the CITT can uphold the contract, cancel it outright, or force DND to tender it again, awarding damages to the losing bidders.
The CITT finding concludes the second review of the Tribunal's initial 1995 finding that protects Canadian sugar producers from harm threatened by imports of unfairly priced US and EU refined sugar.