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EICEarned Income Credit
EICEquity in the Classroom
EICEast India Company
EICEuro Info Centre (DIN)
EICEmployee in Charge (railroad safety)
EICEmployee/Independent Contractor (taxes)
EICEngineering Institute of Canada
EICEquipment Installer'S Code
EICExcellence in Communications
EICExcellence in Cities (UK)
EICEntertainment Industries Council, Inc.
EICEnvironmental Issues Committee (various organizations)
EICEthernet Interface Card (computer hardware)
EICEnterprise Interaction Center (Interactive Intelligence)
EICEdison Illuminating Company (Detroit, MI)
EICEnvironmental Industries Commission
EICEngineer in Charge
EICExport Inspection Council (India)
EICExcellence In Competition
EICÉditions Informatiques Comptables (French: Computer Accountants Publishing)
EICEarly Intervention Conference (law; Michigan)
EICExtracted Ion Count
EICEnvironmental Information Centre
EICElectric Insurance Company (Chelsea, MA)
EICEarly Ischemic Change
EICEmergency Interoperability Consortium
EICEscolas de Informática e Cidadania (Portuguese: School of Computer Science and Citizenship; Brazil)
EICElectrical Insulation Conference
EICElectron Ion Collider (nuclear physics)
EICElectronic Information Center
EICEnergy Ideas Clearinghouse
EICEducation Information Center
EICExecutive in Charge
EICEuropos Informacijos Centras (Lithuanian: European Information Center)
EICEconomic Intelligence Community
EICÉcologie Industrielle Conseil (French: Industrial Ecology Council)
EICEquipment Identification Code
EICEnd Item Code
EICEpidermal Inclusion Cyst
EICEnterprise Interoperability Centre (EU)
EICElectrical Instrumentation & Control
EICEndometrial Intraepithelial Neoplasia
EICEnergy Integration Congress (Business News Americas)
EICExtracellular Induction Component (protein)
EICEuro-Mediterranean Irrigators Community
EICEquatorial Intermediate Current
EICEnvironmental Information Cooperative
EICEuropean Integration Committee (EU)
EICEnterprise Integration Council
EICElectronic Imaging Center (USAF)
EICEquitable of Iowa Companies
EICEuropean Innovations Consulting (Poland)
EICEnchantment Insulator Club (New Mexico telephone & telegraph insulator collectors)
EICEndocrine Issues Coalition
EICEmployee Involvement Coordinator
EICEngineering Item Code
EICEmbedded Interference Cancellation
EICEngineering & Installation Center
EICElectronic Information Corporation
EICEmployer Identification Code
EICEberline Instrument Corporation
EICExpected Introdiction Concentration
EICEquipment Identifier Center (SS7 SCCP)
EICEquipment Installers Code
EICEnvironmentally Indifferent Computing
EICExercise Intelligence Code
EICEquipment Installation Contractor
EICEficiencia Intelectual Científica (Spanish: Scientific Intellectual Efficiency; Guatemala)
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The East India Company was a powerful concern which imported fabrics and spices to Britain.
"Thomas started off in the East India Company, as did his father, but he did leave -- he was still part of the establishment but not part of the company.
She described him as 'very disobedient and recalcitrant with the East India Company', adding that he 'always thought he was right'.
"Walmart is nothing but a US version of The East India Company which conquered the country," CAIT said in the letter, adding, "It is highly regretted that some of the people for just merely earning the profit have sold major chunk of e-commerce to Walmart."
The UAE-based supermarket chain Lulu Group has bought a 10 percent stake in UK-based trading firm The East India Company and a 40 percent stake in its fine foods subsidiary for around $82 million in total.
"We have great plans for the future and will try our best to bring back the past glory of East India Company in this new era," he added.
The event was attended by East India Company chairman Sanjiv Mehta along with Indian High Commissioner Ranjan Mathai, UAE Ambassador Abdul Rahman Al Muthaiwe, Mahindra Group vice-president Zooben Bhiwandiwala and other dignitaries.
The East India Company, the iconic trade company set up in 1600 in London and resurrected after 131 years in 2005, is expanding rapidly into the Middle East with plans for up to 20 fine food stores and several high tea lounges within five years and even the possibility of serviced apartments, the company's CEO has told Arabian Business .
A Malayali businessman who built up a successful business empire is now buying a stake in the East India Company Ltd (EIC), the British trading company that once dominated the global spice trade and ruled India.
Or even an historic manor house with ties to the East India Company and London's Kew Botanic Gardens?
It was after the Anglo-Nepal War of 1814-16 - in which an expansionist Gorkha Empire clashed with the British East India Company - that the kingdom signed the Sugauli Treaty of 1816.
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