KCG

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AcronymDefinition
KCGKaohsiung City Government (Taiwan)
KCGKyoto Computer Gakuin (school; Kyoto, Japan)
KCGKnight Capital Group
KCGKnowledge Capital Group
KCGKorea Coast Guard (South Korea)
KCGChignik, AK, USA - Fisheries (Airport Code)
KCGKansas City Gamers
KCGKoninklijk Conservatorium Gent (Dutch: Royal Conservatory of Ghent; Belgium)
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Chiu said that the Kaohsiung City Government then claimed that it was not going to disclose information in order to protect the "rights and interests of investors," reported Liberty Times.
Its IDRs and National Ratings are driven by its Support Rating and Support Rating Floor, which reflect a high probability of support from the Kaohsiung City Government (KCG), which owns a controlling 43% stake in the bank, or from the Taiwan sovereign (AA-/Stable), which will flow through the city government, if needed.
Taiwanese fruit was first imported into Bahrain in March last year following a visit by a delegation from the Agriculture Bureau of Kaohsiung City Government.
A giant yellow rubber duck is heading to Taiwan for exhibition starting next month as part of its global tour of "spreading joy around the world," the Greater Kaohsiung City Government said Monday.
20, 2012 (CENS) -- To ease shortage of industrial land, Kaohsiung City Government will kick off construction of the Renwu Industrial Park in the southern metropolis of Taiwan in December, according to the government's officials.
We provide a detailed description of the epidemiology of dengue virus infection in Kaohsiung City during 20032009; the description is based on routine disease and vector surveillance data provided by the Department of Health, Kaohsiung City Government. The temporal case distribution is compared with available climate data and the index of peridomestic adult vectors, Aedes aegypti and Ae.
For Kaohsiung City, the entire project, from planning to execution, was managed by the Kaohsiung City Government Transportation Bureau.
The Tibetan spiritual leader will arrive in Taiwan on Sunday for a six-day visit and will travel to two villages hit hard by Typhoon Morakot to comfort the victims, Taiwan's Central News Agency reported, citing the Kaohsiung city government whose mayor is among those who extended the invitation.
At a press conference at the Kaohsiung City Government, Han said that the central government surveillance apparatus has been highly active, and a tracking device may have been placed in his vehicle, reported CNA.
Due to land shortage, the Kaohsiung City Government has agreed to provide another plot next to KSTP so Sony can set up needed facilities.