DGBDeutscher Gewerkschaftsbund
DGBDirection Générale du Budget (French: General Directorate of Budget; various locations)
DGBDéveloppement du Grain de Blé (French: Development of Wheat Grain)
DGBDistributed Gaussian Basis
DGBDaegu Bank Ltd. (Daegu City, South Korea)
DGBDe Groot Bril (Earth Sciences, The Netherlands)
DGBDiesel Generator Building
DGBDynamic Gate Bias
DGBDense Graded Base
DGBDynamic Guard Bandwidth
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While the entire one-way route takes 20 days, the original DGB connection takes only three days to cover to its final destination.
"That is not just wage and time theft - within a year, employers line their pockets with approximately E18 billion," Annelie Buntenbach, a member of the DGB executive committee, said as part of the statement.
As the member journal of the DJU Die Feder argued, journalistic work had become increasingly influenced by the economic and political interests of a diminishing number of publishers ("DGB kritisiert Zeitungsverleger," 1973; "Kompetenzabgrenzungsvertrag," 1972).
Following the transaction, Solar Spectrum's shareholder group includes Northern Pacific Group, International, Hercules Capital, DGB Investments, Bindley Capital and the management teams of Horizon Solar and Solar Spectrum.
Emilija Mitrovic from the German DGB trade union federation's advisory center for employment and migration in Hamburg, told NDR that about 60 refugees come to the center every year complaining about being cheated out of their wages or mistreated at work.
DGB, Wythall Installing drainage key to beat flood THANK you for reporting my concerns about the causes of the flooding that affected so many people in Perry Barr and Great Barr (June 14).
Ithmaar Development Company (IDC), the developer, yesterday announced the signing of an agreement with design consultancy firm, Dar Al Handasah Consultants (Shair and Partners) to design the Dilmunia Gateway Bridge (DGB).
Protesters, organized by the Confederation of German Trade Unions, known by its acronym DGB, worry that an agreement could lower food safety standards and undermine local regulation by giving international arbitration panels the power to rule over disputes.
It drew sharp criticism from both the BDA employers association and the DGB union umbrella organisation.