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IBWIdeal Body Weight
IBWImages of Black Women (film festival)
IBWIn-Building Wireless (alliance)
IBWIntegration Bandwidth
IBWIvory-Billed Woodpecker
IBWInstantaneous Bandwidth
IBWInternational Business Wales (Wales, UK)
IBWIon Bernstein Wave
IBWInternational BigTime Wrestling
IBWIntelligent Black Woman
IBWInsurance Brokers West, Inc. (Moorpark, CA)
IBWImpulse Bandwidth
IBWInternal Bore Welding
IBWInformation Based Warfare
IBWI'll Be Waiting
IBWIdiot Behind Wheel
IBWInternationales Begegnungszentrum für Weiterbildung
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Launched in 2002 by International Business Wales, IBW -the overseas trade arm of the Welsh Assembly Government - it has been used by more than 1,000 SMEs and deals worth more than pounds 140m have been done.
Malcolm Duncan, managing director of Blaenavon-based Super Rod, has organised the defence of IBW - gaining the support of dozens of business people.
First Minister Rhodri Morgan was infuriated when he learnt senior officials had wrongly informed him that IBW staff were not permitted to fly first class.
The IBW aims to be on the lines of the 'Sturgis Motorcycle Rally' that happens in South Dakota, U.S.A., every year and attracts over 5,00,000 bikers.
An inward investment team had operated under the stand alone IBW. However, IBW was disbanded in 2011 with inward investment personnel.
One of the key policies by Ieuan Wyn Jones and his senior team was the decision to abolish International Business Wales (IBW), the Assembly's overseas investment arm responsible for attracting business into Wales.
Modern building materials can significantly block radio signals from outside, but the IBW (in-building wireless) solution from Zinwave can ensure that reception is as good inside as outside a building.
International Business Wales (IBW), the overseas trade and investment arm of the Welsh Assembly Government, will take part in Big 5 for the fifth consecutive year, heading a trade delegation of nine companies from the Welsh construction and building materials sector.
The visiting delegation including companies from business sectors including oil & gas, security, construction, manufacturing, management consultancy and science & technology, were invited and hosted on the mission by International Business Wales (IBW), the Welsh Assembly Government's international trade and investment arm.
Vaughan showed moments of class, hitting seven boundaries, before being adjudged Ibw to Malinga Bandara.
He argues for wickets with more bounce, improved over-rates in teat matches, limiting the run-ups of pacemen, curbs on short-pitched bowling, and:-a revision of the Ibw law.