JETCO


Also found in: Wikipedia.
AcronymDefinition
JETCOJoint Economic and Trade Committee
JETCOJoint Electronic Teller Services Limited
JETCOJamaica Export Trading Company
JETCOJames E Thomas Company (Memphis, TN)
References in periodicals archive ?
UK-India trade relations are reviewed annually at the Joint Economic and Trade Committee (JETCO) between the UK's Secretary of State for International Trade and India's Minister of Commerce, and today saw its 13th session having been established in 2005.
Canada-based private equity firm Novacap has announced its portfolio company GTI Transport Solutions Inc., has completed the acquisition of Jetco, a Houston-based transporter, the company said.
The transaction with Jetco follows the acquisition of Precision Specialized Division, a specialised carrier based in Ontario, in February 2019.
The minister said the second JETCO meeting represents an important opportunity to complete the achievements made during the first session of the committee, adding that it also reflects the two countries' keenness to strengthen their co-operation and implement their joint goals.
The latter is generated in the JETCO Pay Cashier app provided to the merchant free of charge.
Cevikoz said the third meeting of British-Turkish Joint Economic and Trade Committee (JETCO) would take place in Turkey in April.
Rajiv Luthra of Luthra and Luthra, who as Chairman of UK India Joint Economic and Trade Committee (JETCO), has studied many of them, says:"Let us not be ostriches.
The award-winning design features the artistry of Kenneth Brend of Jetco, Ltd., who duplicated the school's logo and mascot design by drawing it in pencil directly onto the tank using a sketch as a reference.
He learned the ropes of the business while working at Little Rock's Jetco Inc.
The Jetco Spray Cannulas are now packed in a convenient 10-pack.
408, 412-13 (1984) (interpreting Texas long-arm statute as reaching the constitutional limits of due process); Jetco Elec.
Yesterdays Joint Economic and Trade Committee (JETCO) meeting - which India has now convened with the UK more times than any other country celebrated new agreements on market access.