KISC


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KISCKandersteg International Scout Centre (est. 1923; Switzerland)
KISCKorea Investment Service Center
KISCKathmandu International Study Centre (est. 1987; Nepal)
KISCKorea Internet Safety Commission (South Korea)
KISCKekaulike Information and Service Center (Kapiolani Community College; Honolulu, HI)
KISCKagoshima Industry Support Center (Japan)
KISCKeep it Simple Cheap
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During the safety orientation on how to wear ski attire and use ski equipment, plates and pole, at the KISC office.
com/Euden Valdez On Day 1, a safety orientation on how to wear ski attire and use ski equipment, plates and pole, at the KISC office takes place.
KISC has four of the best ski resorts in PyeongChang as partners, including the YongPyong All Seasons Resort.
KISC is a diversified services company that produces and trades materials and resources, including iron ore, cement and coking coal.
While some restrictions still existed in the form of indirect discrimination (e.g., red tape, prior governmental approval) against foreign investors, the country significantly lifted its historically stringent restrictions on full foreign ownership since the mid-1980s in manufacturing and ultimately extended this open policy to the service sector following the 1997 economic crisis (KISC 2003).
KISC (Korea Investment Service Centre), Introduction to the Foreign Direct Investment System in Korea.
The sale of KISC represents significant progress for the Korean financial market in that it gives credibility to the asset management sector and promotes market-based restructuring in the non-banking sector.
(55.) Korea Investment Service Center (KISC), KISC: First Five Years 1998-2002 (Seoul: KISC, 2003), p.
KISC is a state-owned enterprise owned by the Yunnan State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission (Yunnan SASAC), and Fitch assesses the company's ratings based on four factors set out in its Government-Related Entities Rating Criteria.
Strong State Control and Support: Fitch assesses KISC's status, ownership and control by the Yunnan government as 'Strong' as the company is strategically important to the province.
KISC is working closely with Yunnan province to build and consolidate logistics centres in Kunming, Dali and other counties of Yunnan.
Incentive to Support Company: Fitch assesses the socio-political implications on the Yunnan government, should KISC default, at 'Moderate'.