CGR

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AcronymDefinition
CGRCertified Graduate Remodeler (professional designation; National Association of Homebuilders)
CGRContraloría General de la República (Spanish: Comptroller General of the Republic; various nations)
CGRCan't Get Right
CGRCalifornia Gold Rush
CGRCorporate Governance Review
CGRCrack Growth Rate
CGRCompound Growth Rate
CGRCampo Grande, Mato Grosso Do Sul, Brazil (Airport Code)
CGRCenter for Glass Research (NY State College of Ceramics)
CGRComptoir Général du Ressort (French metal goods manufacturer)
CGRClinical Governance Review (risk management; UK)
CGRCondensate Gas Ratio
CGRCytogenetic and Genome Research
CGRCorporate Governance Recommendation
CGRCrop Growth Rate
CGRChristian Guitar Resource
CGRCeylon Government Railway
CGRCenter for Gaming Research (University of Nevada, Las Vegas)
CGRCouncil for Government Reform
CGRCalifornia Gasket and Rubber (Gardena, CA)
CGRCosmic Galactic Radiation
CGRChronic Gonadotropin Receptor
CGRColiform Growth Response
CGRConverted Gallery Range
CGRContrôle et Gestion de Risque (French: Control and Risk Management; Canada)
CGRCATIA (Computer-Aided Three-Dimensional Interactive Application) Graphical Representation (software format)
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Annual Corporate Governance Review 2003, Shareholder Proposals and Proxy Contests, http://www.georgesonshareholder.com.
We will also be asking for the details of the corporate governance review, carried out more than a year ago and not yet published.
Private shareholder John Farmer said: 'If shareholders can't have confidence that directors or the chairman are telling the truth, does that not increase the urgency of accelerating the corporate governance review?'
The world's third-largest oil group said yesterday it planned to make results of a corporate governance review public in November and would put into effect any resulting changes after its annual shareholder meeting in 2005.
Hampel, and his corporate governance review predecessors, Greenbury and Cadbury, were in part responses to a public backlash.
In the plc marketplace non-executives have been commonplace for decades particularly in the past twenty years where corporate governance reviews have obliged larger companies to bring in non-executives who, having worked in different industries, can bring a fresh perspective to how the company should be run.
According to the survey, 80 percent of respondents foresee an increase in their risk management activities, and 23 percent project more corporate governance reviews in the next five years.
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