KCRC


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KCRCKowloon Canton Railway Corporation (Hong Kong)
KCRCKent County Road Commission (Michigan)
KCRCKalamazoo County Road Commission (Michigan)
KCRCKorean Council for Reconciliation and Cooperation (South Korea)
KCRCKings County Radio Club (Canada)
KCRCKatz Cancer Resource Center (Santa Cruz, CA)
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It will celebrate the 20th anniversary of the KCRC and its North Korean counterpart ?
KCRC extents CRC to kernel space to improve the nonlinear classification ability.
- KCRC's Aa1 issuer rating and senior unsecured rating, P-1 other short term rating, (P)Aa1 senior unsecured MTN rating and (P)P-1 other short term rating
We are also studying the KCRC's feasibility report on the Guangzhou Shenzhen-Hong Kong Express Rail Link, and will discuss with the relevant Mainland authorities the interface between the Hong Kong and Guangdong sections.
If the part-privatization of MTRC is considered a success, it is expected that similar part-privatization of KCRC and the Airport Authority will follow.
Responding to these pressures, the government has asked the KCRC to consider building a rail line extending to the NWNT.
The Warwickshire company, which employs 16 people, has built up substantial international experience, particularly in designing rolling stock for companies such as Kawasaki in Japan and KCRC and Itochu in China.
Leighton Asia's list of recent successes includes construction of the massive concrete platform and associated infrastructure for buildings at the new Chek Lap Kok airport, work for Hong Kong's Kowloon-Canton Railway (KCRC) and Mass Transit Rail (MTR) systems -- both of which are upgrading or extending.
"The network is operated by Kowloon-Canton Railway Corporation (KCRC) which has been spearheading the massive pounds 6 billion project to extend the East and West rail systems.
Leighton is currently bidding for work as part of Hong Kong's A$13 billion KCRC West Rail project.