GAIG

AcronymDefinition
GAIGGuangzhou Automobile Industry Group
GAIGGuangzhou Automobile Industry Group (China)
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GAIG's market-leading solutions are designed to support the management of building security across client estates and are now the products of choice in some of the world's most iconic high-rise commercial buildings.
In addition to its trucking and equine apps, GAIG also provides a common mobile app for policyholders across all lines that provides basic policy, bill payment and claim functionality.
Gaig, P., Munoz-Lejarazu, D., Lleonart, R., Garcia-Abujeta, J.
Lai, president of Carmax, said that the Carmax-GAIG venture is capitalized at 30 million renminbi, in which GAIG holds 55% stake, while Carmax 45%.
El Sewedy would own 70 per cent of the venture, while 30 per cent would be owned by Hassan & Masoud Abo Gaig. The plant will be built on land leased from the government and be tax-exempt for five years from the start of production, according to the statement.
According to the source, the automaker has submitted two joint venture projects with Chery Automobile Company and Guangzhou Automobile Group Company (GAIG) respectively and the deal is likely to be approved by December 2008.
The Barcelona Tourist Board hosted a dinner at Opus Restaurant where Michelin star chef Carles Gaig cooked his special Catalan cuisine with David Colcombe's kitchen brigade.
(10.) Spence MR, Hollander DH, Smith J, Mc Gaig L, Sewell P, Brockman M.
At last autumn's gastronomy congress in San Sebastian, Catalan restaurateur Carlos Gaig advised hanging a truffle on a thread over mild Arbequina oil in a sealed jar--he finds this works better than immersing the truffle.
49) on nien caderneres i qualque gaig. There is a consequent coarsening of rhythm into the 'beat' of the ballad, entirely appropriate for the swagger with which Polack invests the song.
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Gaig et al., "Sleep disorders in parkinsonian and nonparkinsonian LRRK2 mutation carriers," PLoS ONE, vol.