EMRA

AcronymDefinition
EMRAEast Midlands Regional Assembly
EMRAExchange Migration Readiness Assessment
EMRAEastern Motor Racing Association
EMRAEnergy Market Regulatory Authority
EMRAEdmonton Motorcycle Roadracing Association
EMRAEmergency Medicine Residents' Association
EMRAEuropean Modern Restaurant Association
EMRAEdmonton Model Railroad Association (Canada)
EMRAEuro-Asian Marketing Research Association
EMRAEmergency Medical Response Agency
EMRAEast Malling Research Association (UK)
EMRAElectronics Materiel Readiness Activity
EMRAEstufas de Mudas Rancho Alegre (Portuguese, Brazil)
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Witnesses told investigators that Emra had stolen $5 and other items from a 17-year-old boy whom he had met Sunday to exchange a small amount of drugs for cash, sheriff's officials said.
El-Raghy said "until now we have made $4.2bn in revenue, EMRA has got $350m of them, the government can audit our financial statements anytime, as we are completely committed to them." The new amendments should fix the 2014 law's disadvantages that made it "unattractive for investors," he added.
Ayman Saie, the chairperson of the EMRA, told Daily News Egypt that the old gold exploration agreement caused Egypt to lose so much, and allowed investors to work for periods up to 30 years, without seeing any production or results.
As noted above, the 2001 law created the Energy Markets Regulatory Authority (EMRA) as the regulator of the power market.
Having rewritten the club's history books in 2009 by smashing a lap record that had stood for over four years, Leon shaved almost another half a second off his own record lap time at the opening EMRA meeting at the beginning of March.
The Egyptian mineral resources authority (EMRA) has only received mining requests, thus the government resorted to amending the 2014 law, according to El-Molla.
While the Egyptian Mineral Resource Authority (EMRA) took a total of $196.6 million on profit account from the Sukari Gold Mine since the start of dividing profits between Centamin Egypt Company and the Egyptian Mineral Resource Authority (EMRA) in October 2016 and until May 2018, he clarified.
Were honored to bring FirstNet to Connecticut and help transform public safety communications within the state, AT&T Connecticut President John Emra said.
The energy market regulator (EMRA), formed in November 2001 and now functioning under the Energy Market Regulatory Authority (EPDK), oversees the entire sector.
Having won the 2009 East Midland Race Association (EMRA) leg of the Co-ordit Performance Relay, Leon receives support from Co-ordit Performance, allowing him to race the full 2010 calendar with the North Gloucester Road Racing Club (NGRRC).
Police searched the neighborhood and arrested 31-year-old Timothy Wayne Emra who was jailed on charges of burglary, possession of burglary tools, unlawful use of a vehicle and probation violation.
On the government side, setting policy for the energy sector are the Ministry of Energy and Natural Resources, which is in charge of the entire hydrocarbons sector, and the Energy Market Regulatory Authority (EMRA).