CGT

(redirected from Compensated Gross Tons)
AcronymDefinition
CGTCapital Gains Tax
CGTCarrera GT (Porsche)
CGTCalifornia Guitar Trio (band)
CGTConfédération Générale du Travail (French Labor Union)
CGTCenter for Globalization of Technology
CGTConfederación General del Trabajo (Spanish: Federation of Trade Unions)
CGTCellular and Gene Therapy
CGTConfederação Geral dos Trabalhadores (Portuguese: General Confederation of Workers; Brazil)
CGTComputer Graphics Technology
CGTCentral Geral dos Trabalhadores (Brazil)
CGTCombinatorial Game Theory (mathematics)
CGTConfederación Nacional del Trabajo (Spanish Labour Union)
CGTCompensated Gross Tons (ship's capacity measure)
CGTCommissariat Général au Tourisme
CGTConfédération Générale des Travailleurs (French: labor union)
CGTCarolina Gas Transmission (South Carolina)
CGTClassic Golf Tours
CGTCitibank Global Transfer (online service)
CGTCompagnie Générale Transatlantique
CGTCode Generation Tool (computing)
CGTCanadian General-Tower Limited (Canada)
CGTCummins Generator Technologies
CGTCity Game Tracker
CGTCombustion Gas Turbine
CGTCompagnie Générale Transaérienne (French airline)
CGTConventional Gait Training
CGTCeramide Glucosyltransferase
CGTChurch Growth Today
CGTCertified Gastroenterology Technician
CGTCommunications Graphic Technology (certificate program)
CGTCanada and Gulf Terminal Railway Company
CGTCommandement du Groupement de Transport (French: Group Transport Command)
CGTComputer Generated Threat
References in periodicals archive ?
According to the data compiled by industry tracker Clarkson Research Institute, local shipyards garnered new orders totaling 1.62 million compensated gross tons (CGTs) in the January-March period, equating to 35 ships.
Clarkson Research Services said Korean shipbuilders had combined orders of 27.59 million compensated gross tons (CGTs) as of end-March, the lowest since March 2004 when it had orders of 27.52 million CGTs.
This year, Korea's accumulated vessel deliveries from January to October reaches to 10.03 million compensated gross tons, surpassing China s 9.78 million CGT.
According to the data compiled by industry tracker Clarkson Research Institute, local shipyards garnered new orders worth a combined 10.26 million compensated gross tons (CGTs) in the January-October period, or 45 percent of the total global orders tallied at 23.05 million CGTs.
According the Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy, the shipyards produced 10.9 million compensated gross tons (CGTs).
In the January-June period, South Korean shipbuilders clinched orders equal to 4.96 million compensated gross tons (CGTs) to build 115 vessels.