ICIC

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AcronymDefinition
ICICInternational Conference on Intelligent Computing
ICICInitiative for a Competitive Inner City
ICICInstitute of Creative Industries & Culture (Japan)
ICICInternational Committee of Intellectual Cooperation (League of Nations)
ICICInternational Cancer Information Center
ICICInter-Cell Interference Coordination (computer networking)
ICICI See, I See
ICICInternational Conference on Information and Computing Science
ICICInternational Chemical Information Conference (est. 1988)
ICICInterstitial Cystitis Information Center (Arlington, VA)
ICICInternational Course on Intercultural Competences (Belgium)
ICICInternational Council for Internet Communications
ICICInternational Conference on Intelligence and Creativity (Germany)
ICICInterexchange Carrier Industry Committee
ICICInter-Carrier Interference Cancellation
ICICIntercalibrations-Intercomparisons
ICICImmediately Committed Interaction Contract
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The Initiative for a Competitive Inner City (ICIC) defines inner cities as core urban areas with higher unemployment and poverty rates and lower median incomes than their surrounding metropolitan statistical areas.
This year's Inner City 100 winners are located in inner cities, but their performance ranks them among the best-performing companies operating from any location, including central business districts," said Initiative for a Competitive Inner City President and CEO Dorothy Terrell.
The Initiative for a Competitive Inner City is a nonprofit research and strategy organization and the leading authority on U.
Sources: The Boston Consulting Group (BCG), Price Waterhouse, Initiative for a Competitive Inner City
A groundbreaking study by PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP (PWC) and the Initiative for a Competitive Inner City detailed the scope of the opportunity at the end of the boom decade of the 1990s.
These communities account for about 8 million consumers who spend at least $85 billion annually, according to The Initiative for a Competitive Inner City.
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