CTRG

AcronymDefinition
CTRGCancer Therapeutics Research Group
CTRGClinical Trials Research Group
CTRGCompagnons des Tortues et Autres Reptiles de Guyenne (French: Companions of the Turtles and Other Reptiles of Guyenne; Guyenne, France)
CTRGCanadian Transportation Research Gateway (resource)
CTRGCollaboration Technology Research Group
CTRGCendant Timeshare Resort Group (Las Vegas, NV)
CTRGCanadian Tissue Residue Guideline
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CTRG is owned by EDM and Sasol of South Africa, which provided bridge financing for the plant's construction up to the project financing stage.
Under the partnership, EDM holds 51% and Sasol holds 49% in CTRG power plant, respectively.
Another gene, ctrG, found in all 4 serogroups, encoded a protein essential in enabling the correct expression of sialic acid polysaccharides (30).
WCVA chief executive Graham Benfield said, 'The CTRG has been campaigning for more than 20 years to try to persuade successive governments to compensate charities for this VAT.
CTRG wants to see change in four areas which would make 'the most sense for the Government to act and which will have the biggest impact on charities'.
CTRG wants every MP in the country to be approached by a charity in his or her constituency, pointing out the problems they suffer as a result of irrecoverable VAT.
CTRG, which is located about 100 kilometers from Mozambique's capital Maputo, and close to the South African border, is the country's first gas-fired power plant to reach commercial operation.
Aderito Sousa, Chairman of CTRG Shareholders General Meeting, said, "The conclusion of the project financing for CTRG marks an important milestone not only for EDM and Sasol, but for the entire electricity sector of Mozambique, who targets to attract more private sector capital to fund its substantial needs going forward.
CTRG uses Mozambique's natural gas resources to generate power for the country's economic growth and to increase access to electricity.