GABAC

AcronymDefinition
GABACGamma-Aminobutyric Acid Type C (biochemistry)
GABACGreater Albuquerque Bicycling Advisory Committee (New Mexico)
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Figure 3(a) shows representative PII waveforms following inhibition of GABAc receptors (black line) compared with controls (thin grey line).
Recordings from single cells suggest that such inhibition occurs via GABAa and GABAc receptors onto rod and cone ON-bipolar cells in rats [39].
Department of the Treasury and DOJ, INL is a financial and/or participative supporter of FATF-style regional bodies' secretariats and training programs, including the Council of Europe's MONEYVAL, the Caribbean Financial Action Task Force (CFATF), the Intergovernmental Action Group against Money Laundering in West Africa (GIABA), the Financial Action Task Force of Latin America (GAFILAT), the APG, GABAC, and the Eastern and Southern Africa Anti-Money Laundering Group (ESAAMLG).
The GPML mentor in Central Africa focused on assisting GABAC to become a FATF associate member, which it did in 2015.
As a member of GABAC, Cameroon should continue to work with other member countries and with the Secretariat to make this regional body a recognized FSRB.
The CAR is a member of the Central African Action Group against Money Laundering (French acronym GABAC), an entity in the process of becoming a Financial Action Task Force (FATF)-style regional body.
Gabon is a member of the Central African Action Group against Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing (GABAC), an organization in the process of becoming a FATF-style regional body.
Following the adoption of UNSCRs1267 and 1373, CEMAC member countries formed the Central African Action Group against Money Laundering (GABAC).
As a member of GABAC, Cameroon should work with other member countries and with the Secretariat to make this regional body a viable FSRB.
CEMAC member countries formed the Central African Action Group Against Money Laundering (GABAC) to draft a common anti-money laundering law for all CEMAC countries.
COBAC and GABAC have established procedures requiring banks to record and report the identity of customers engaging in large transactions.