G-33Group of 33
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RBC Municipal Residual Certificates (Residual Certificates) and Custodial Receipts of the RBC Municipal Products Trust Series G-33
A trade official privy to the matter told the BusinessMirror the economic interests of the members of the G-33 bloc should remain the cornerstone of the resumption of negotiations.
Maintaining its position as a strong member of the G-33 Pakistan believes in a different approach to finding a solution, Shah added.
For instance, the Cancun meeting catalyzed the emergence of at least four new coalitions--the G-20, (3) the G-33, the Core Group on Singapore Issues, and the Cotton Group--in addition to the activism of others that predated the ministerial, including the African, Caribbean and Pacific Group; the Least Developed Countries Group; the Africa Group; and the Like-Minded Group.
What shall be the role of all these stake holders such as G-6, G-20, G-33, G-90 and how will they react to without ignoring their own interests?
* Simple esters such as Loxiol G-33, G40 and G60 for thermal stability, low water sensitivity, and replacement of amide waxes.
It's easy to be confused by the shifting trade groupings that have emerged over the last decades: the G-7 and G-8, the G-22, G-33 and the G-77, to name just a few.
He is industry vice chair of the Government Electronics and Information Technology Association's G-33 Configuration and Data Management Committee.
Looking at the technology involved in greater detail, the ATCR-33S sensor is an S-band (2 to 4 GHz) band sensor that is suitable for both ATM and approach control applications and can be equipped with either a G-33 conventional reflector antenna or an ALE 3 x 5 planar array.
In a ministerial communique, the Group of 33 (G-33), which includes the Philippines, said the establishment of an SSM remains as the priority of the group to safeguard their food security, livelihood security and rural development interests.
India is a key member of the G-33 alliance, which also includes China and Indonesia, which are seeking a change in the rules for calculation of subsidy.