IBBCInternational Bank of Business and Credit
IBBCInterface Bioactive Bone Cement
IBBCInternational Bible Baptist Church (various locations)
IBBCInternational Baltic Bioenergy Conference
IBBCIndependent Bible Baptist Church (Paris, IL)
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She said, ?I am very proud that the IBBC has now got an office in Erbil and am sure this will only help enhance our business relations.
When the film opens, Salinger and his Interpol partner Thomas Schumer are on the verge of a new breakthrough: an IBBC official is ready to blow the whistle on the bank, which has been planning to purchase missile guidance systems from an Italian arms manufacturer.
Also in the loop are the high-ranking IBBC executives (Ulrich Thomsen, Armin Mueller-Stahl) who are quite happy to order a killing to get what they want.
European officials suddenly become extremely uncooperative when they find out who the pair is investigating, even after another high-profile murder and a political assassination in Milan bear the IBBC signature.
An IBBC, is about the size of a microscope slide and is made out of a glass substrate covered with silicone rubber.
Three consortia of international oil companies (IOCs), the biggest in the world, will compete to fund expansion of seven fields under 20/25-year "incentivised buy-back contracts" (IBBCs).
Under an IBBC, Bahra, Ratqa and Abdali should be developed for a sustainable 20/25-year capacity of 150,000 b/d, compared with 40,000 b/d at present.
As in Iran, for example, Kuwait hopes to get around this problem by allowing foreign companies to sign incentivised buy-back contracts (IBBC), which would allow them to take profits out of the country although they would not, strictly speaking, be involved in traditional concession or production sharing contracts.
He is a key member of a committee formed in December 1998 which has since worked out a 20/25-year "incentivised buy-back contract" (IBBC) with the help of Coopers & Lybrand and was approved by the SPC.
The Finance Ministry said in a press release: "The minister, Hoshyar Zebari received Baroness Emma Nicholson, trade envoy to the United Kingdom in Iraq, the Executive Chairman of the British Iraqi businessman (IBBC), and discuss with her activating trade and economic relations and ways of developing them." The statement added: "The Baroness Nicholson confirmed the United Kingdom's readiness to provide humanitarian and commercial support for Iraq." For its part, the Ministry of Finance expressed its willingness to work on attracting British companies to invest in Iraq./ End
Minagish and Umm Gudair are to be developed by a foreign consortium under an IBBC. Their target capacity of 530,000 b/d should become sustainable for up to 20-25 years, the duration of the IBBC.
Under an IBBC for the northern fields, the capacity of Rawdhatain should be boosted to 550,000 b/d in three-four years of development work.