CAJA


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AcronymDefinition
CAJACommunity Action for Justice in the Americas
CAJACourt of Appeals Joint Appendix (US Supreme Court briefs)
CAJACourt Appointed Juvenile Advocate (Alabama)
CAJACentre d'Activités pour les Jeunes d'Anizy (French: Anizy Youth Activity Center; Anizy-le-Château, France)
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Ahora, el mismo autor nos presenta la continuacion de esa obra, pues aquella terminaba con el fallecimiento de Sisinio Nevares en 1946 y esta continua con la puesta en marcha de la Caja de Ahorros Popular, fundada precisamente por la Casa Social, siempre en el ambito vallisoletano.
These transactions are Spanish RMBS serviced by Banco Mare Nostrum S.A (BMN; BB/Stable/B) and Banco de Sabadell for Caixa Penedes 1; Caja de Credito de los Ingenieros for Caja Ingenieros 1 and 2; and Banco de Sabadell for TDA 26-1 and 26-2.
Spain-based Ibercaja Banco is to take over Banco Grupo Caja 3, a savings bank in Spain.
30 November 2012 - Spanish savings bank Ibercaja Banco SAU will acquire domestic sector player Banco Grupo Cajatres SA (Caja 3), the banks said.
agency's decision to lower Caja Laboral's standalone credit assessment to
The move was unveiled in a press release issued by Caja Laboral, which said that a successful outcome would create a banking sector player with EUR25bn (USD33bn) in assets and a workforce of 2,300, with 1,900 employees coming from Caja Laboral.
CAJA v BARCELONA 7.30pm REIGNING Spanish champions Caja Laboral are one defeat away from losing their coveted crown but the Basque boys can keep their slim play-off hopes alive against Barcelona tonight, writes Dexter King.
Atrip to Cordoba, Mexico, proved mutually beneficial for Servus Credit Union and the local Caja Yanga credit union.