GCIM

AcronymDefinition
GCIMGlobal Commission on International Migration (United Nations)
GCIMGroupement des Consultants et Ingénieurs du Maroc (French: Moroccan Consultants and Engineers)
GCIMGovernment College of Indian Medicine (India)
GCIMGovernment Common Information Model (UK)
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GCIM general manager Jennifer Blackwell-Spencer said Spider Access' extended experience and proven track record for towers of this magnitude played to their advantage for ultimately securing the contract, and we are confident moving forward.-TradeArabia News Service
Esta nocion, que apunta a la estabilidad, la eficacia y la cooperacion para alcanzar legitimidad (Marmora, 2003) adecuando "los intereses opuestos o diferentes" (GCIM, 2005: 68), organiza los posicionamientos, lineas de accion y recomendaciones de la agenda politica sudamericana sobre migraciones.
India is an overpopulated large country with the potential to supply English-speaking workers in many different fields to developed countries (GCIM 2005; Khadria 1999, 2005; NCAER 2005).
Institute of Development Studies: Global Commission of International Migration (GCIM).
The difference between the utility's average costs and the benchmark (sometimes excluding a certain dead band) proxies for the savings that are attributable to the GCIM, which are shared between the shareholders and ratepayers at a predetermined rate.
The new figures come in a research paper by Dr Khalid Koser attached to a report of the Global Commission on International Migration (GCIM).
At the conclusion of two years of meetings and discussion, supported by extensive background materials, the Global Commission on International Migration (GCIM) did not reach a strong consensus on a way forward to stronger international governance of international migration.
See the Global Commission on International Migration (GCIM), "Migration in an Interconnected World: New Directions for Action" Report (2005):1; 5-6.