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CNCAConsejo Nacional para la Cultura y las Artes
CNCACanada Not-for-Profit Corporations Act (Canada)
CNCAConseil National de la Communication Audiovisuelle (French: National Council of Audiovisual Communication; Côte d'Ivoire)
CNCACentre for Neural Computing Applications
CNCAChina National Committee on Ageing
CNCAChina National Coal Association
CNCACamino Nuevo Charter Academy (Los Angeles, CA)
CNCACouncil for National Cooperation in Aquatics
CNCACancer Nutrition Centers of America (Hoffman Estates, IL)
CNCAChina National Certification Administration
CNCACanadian Nurse Continence Advisor
CNCACertification Accreditation Administration of the People’s Republic of China
CNCACalifornia Narcotic Canine Association
CNCACentral Nebraska Council on Alcoholism
CNCACalifornia Northern Coastal Area
CNCACanadian Narcotics Control Act
CNCAConselho Nacional de Carregadores de Angola (Angolan government agency regulating shipping)
CNCACalifornia-Nevada Code Administration
CNCAConfidentiality and Non-Competition Agreement
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An insight into some of the potential difficulties that can arise in the conduct of elections, and how courts are likely to view them, was provided by the decision in a recent Ontario case concerning the election of directors to a CNCA corporation: Syed v Choudry, 2015 ONSC 7653 (Syed).
The push for greater oversight stems 5 2 from a groundbreaking 2005 report by the Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs and .4 International Trade that concluded "Canada 8 does not yet have laws to ensure that the I activities of Canadian mining companies in developing countries conform to human rights standards, including the rights of workers and of indigenous peoples." This insight prompted the work of the 0 National Roundtables on Corporate Social Responsibility, which included four public forums and a comprehensive consultation with organizations like CNCA and industry groups like the Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada.
The CNCA establishes the rules for all federal not-for-profit corporations.
CNCA is reportedly a non-profit organisation assisting China's formulation of coal policy and was established after China's Ministry of Coal was dissolved in 1998.
Doctora en Comunicacion por la Universidad Catolica de Lovaina en Belgica, tiene una trayectoria reconocida con relacion a la lectura y los lectores infantiles, tanto como funcionaria en la jefatura del Departamento de Publicaciones Infantiles del Consejo Nacional para la Cultura y las Artes (CNCA), mejor conocido como CONACULTA (1988-1989), como por sus investigaciones sobre practicas de la cultura escrita, educacion y comunicacion intercultural sobre libros infantiles y otros materiales escritos.
It operates under the licensed authorization of the Certification and Accreditation Administration of the People's Republic of China (CNCA).
Others included the head of the national audiovisual board, the CNCA, Frank Anderson Kouassi, the head of the CECOS security operations centre General Guiai Bi Poin and the head of the Republican Guard General Dogbo Ble.
In 2009, the World Bank executed 15 socio-economic development projects for a to tal of approximately US$51.1 million, according to the latest annual report on o f ficial development assistance flows published by the National Aid Coordination C o mmittee (CNCA).