MIEA

AcronymDefinition
MIEAMalaysian Institute of Estate Agents
MIEAMontana Indian Education Association (Browning, MT)
MIEAMatsudo International Exchange Association (Japan)
MIEAMinister for Immigration and Ethnic Affairs (Australia)
MIEAMental Illness Education Australia (est. 1993)
MIEAMissing If-Construct Plus Else Around Statements (software fault)
MIEAMaster Information Exchange Arrangement
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MIEA Penang chairman Christina Choong said house buyers were given stamp duty exemption under the HOC but this only applied for the primary market.
Jagdeep, who is housing development committee chairman, said he will bring up MIEA's request for the approval fee exemption to be extended to second-hand properties.
The election was held at Annual General Body meeting of the MIEA on Thursday.
(43) Ibid [399], following Hindi v MIEA (1988) 20 FCR 1 at 11-15.
In February 2004, DRDO signed a Master Information Exchange Agreement (MIEA) with the U.S allowing for the exchange of information between DRDO and DoD labs and scientists.
The same applies to the title of the Minister for Immigration, whose various acronyms have included "MILGEA", "MIEA," and "MIMA," and who is now referred to by the acronym "MIMIA" (Minister for Immigration, Multicultural and Indigenous Affairs).
Over 100,000 real estate agents are operating without a licence in the country, Malaysian Institute of Estate Agents (MIEA) president Lim Boon Ping said.
Zuraida also urged the MIEA to play a more active role in engaging its members to come out with more strategic ideas to help developers market unsold properties.
The Malaysian Institute of Estate Agents (MIEA) is positive on the local property market despite the hike in the overnight policy rate (OPR), given the strong economic growth, low unemployment rate and young demographic.
MIEA President, Eric Lim said the newly launched Digital Free Trade Zone, coupled with rising crude oil prices would be significant catalysts for economic growth, thus lifting the property market.