KSIAKorean Semiconductor Industry Association
KSIAKing Shaka International Airport (Durban, South Africa)
KSIAKorea Semiconductor Industry Association
KSIAKorea Software Industry Association (South Korea)
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Furthermore, the chairman of KSIA said the problem of high rents is being fed by a shortage of supply.
Stanislawa Moniuszki w Gdansku", Z Badan nad Ksia zka i Ksiegozbiorami Historycznymi (2017): 11:277-297, at 279-280.
These changes can be detected by means of the system consisting of large-scale interferential extensometers, vacuum and mobile quartz ones, gap gauges, a precise geometric levelling network, linear and angular measurements preformed with total station and satellite observations from GNSS KSIA and KSI1 stations (Fig.
KSIA yesterday released a statement rejecting the idea of a legal obligation to reduce rents, calling instead for tenants and landlords to come to a mutual agreement on a decrease in the rent.
KSIA, which cost South Africa Rand ZAR7.2 billion (US dollar USD1 billion) to build, replaced Durban International Airport (DIA) when it became operational on May 1, 2010.
Chairman of the Cyprus Property Owners Association (KSIA), George Mouskides said the increase is directly related to the new criteria which foresee the number of citizenships granted limited to 700, while the minimum investment has been increased from EUR 2 mln to EUR 2.5 mln and an extra EUR 150,000 in fees for procedures has been added to the bill of a candidate investor.
Nevertheless, this satellite technique was applied for determination of KSIA station velocities, expressed in the geocentric reference frame (ITRF2008) and for their comparison with velocities of selected referential stations.
The Landowners' Association (KSIA), in a press release yesterday said this was likely to take four or five years to complete "at a minimum".
Chairman of the Cyprus Property Owners Association (KSIA), George Mouskides finds the government's new policy to be dangerous as it will create ghettos much like those in the old Soviet Union.
In consideration of necessity of interpretation of locally observed effects, a decision was taken on construction of a permanent GPS KSIA station which will be necessary to apply in several research tasks.
The second round took place over the last two days, when Sylikiotis briefed all interested parties -- this time including the Cyprus Land and Property Owners' Association (KSIA) and the Cyprus Property Action Group (CPAG) -- on what will most likely form the final version of the draft legislation.