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LMYLamy (Amtrak station code; Lamy, NM)
LMYLean Meat Yield (industry measurement)
LMYLuxury Mediterranean Yachting (yacht charter; Kiriacoulis Group; Greece)
LMYLove and Miss You
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Marvelyne Lamy said staff had followed the black and other minority 12 and 13-year-olds, yelling at them not to touch exhibits while ignoring white groups.
The circular economy should link up with the currently popular concept of smart cities, former World Trade Organization (WTO) Director-General Pascal Lamy said in Taipei Wednesday.
Pacal Lamy, France's delegate for the 2025 Expo bid, delivering a presentation in Doha yesterday.
"Bangladesh has already complied with the three criteria to become a developing country," said the minister after a view exchange meeting with the former director general of WTO Pascal Lamy at the secretariat.
Pascal LAMY, France's interdepartmental representative for the 2025 World Expo and former World Trade Organization director-general, visited Cambodia on December 20 to promote France's bid to organise the 2025 World Expo.
SYDNEY/Xinhua) -- China-proposed Belt and Road Initiative will play a role in the European Union's drive to engage with the Pacific Islands,according to former head of the World Trade Organization (WTO) Pascal Lamy who made the remarks at a forum in Sydney on Thursday.
"Before that captain is pulling into the port, we're landing in American Samoa and delivering within an hour and a half of arrival," Peter Lamy, president of American Worldwide Agencies (AWA), says.
Geneva, Ramadan 9, 1434, Jul 18, 2013, SPA -- Planned trade deals - one between the United States and the European Union, another between the US and Pacific countries - could make it harder to reach global agreements in the future, World Trade Organization (WTO) chief Pascal Lamy was quoted as saying Thursday.
"The final trade figures for 2012 are quite sobering," WTO director-general Pascal Lamy told reporters before adding that 2013 would see "more of the same." Last year, the WTO said, global commerce expanded by 2.0 percent, well below the growth in 2011 of 5.2 percent.
Pascal Lamy who is marking his first visit to Jordan upon an invitation by Dr.