IWER

AcronymDefinition
IWERInstitute for Work and Employment Research
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Kazakhstan hosted the conference in 2003, and the following year it was combined with the IWER exercise in Tashkent.
Dow-UT operates several looms adopted from the textile industry to produce fiber-reinforcement fabric in a range of widths: two Iwer rigid rapier looms, built in the 1960s; a Compton & Knowles flying-shuttle loom from the 1940s; and a custom-built narrow fabric loom that can perform polar weaving, a weave with reinforcements in the third dimension for greater structural integrity.
47 For a critical union perspective on the region's industrial policy, see Frank Iwer, Industriestandort Stuttgart 1994: Beschaftigungspolitik in der Region (Munchen, Germany: IMUInstitut fur Medienforschung und Urbanistik, 1994), pp.