MOU


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AcronymDefinition
MOUMemorandum Of Understanding
MOUMinutes of Use (telephony)
MOUMinnesota Ornithologists Union
MOUMobile Offshore Unit (oil drilling)
MOUMountain Village, Alaska (Airport Code)
MOUMatching-Optics Unit
MOUMaster of Universe
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The trade official said the Philippine government is set to inked a $200 million worth of MOU with the Malaysian government.
An MOU was signed to build a factory for medicine and cosmetics in Egypt and another MOU was signed by Eva Beauty Salon.
The MOU would be in place for two years or until the City Council adopts regulations formally adopting the plans.
This MOU between the IHS and VA provides a firm foundation for collaboration to meet the needs of the AI/AN Veterans who have served our nation," said Dr.
Kistabish, who acted as head negotiator for Wahgoshig on the MOU negotiations, confirmed the Wahgoshig First Nation's intent of negotiating similar agreements with other resource companies operating in Wahgoshig traditional lands.
This document contains forward-looking statements that involve risks and uncertainties including with respect to the potential signing of an MOU on the terms described and the closing of the transaction as described in the MOU; pSivida's portion of the costs to develop Medidur[TM] for DME; potential products, applications and regulatory approvals.
Under the MOU, the State of California and the water district have agreed to work together to share small business certification data to assist entrepreneurs in becoming certified by both entities.
With the signing of this MOU, India will become the 54th signatory to the MOU.
Each regulator will be able to rely on the MOU to ensure compliance with applicable legislation and to collaborate in regulating inter-jurisdictional dealings as well as share technical know-how and joint training in enhancing the credibility of financial markets and protect investor rights.
Representatives from both governments signed the MOU in Stockholm this month identifying how the two states can benefit from enhanced information-sharing and interaction to develop bioenergy for transportation fuels and other uses.
The MOU will pave way to further enhance regulatory cooperation and information sharing between the two counterpart regulatory authorities of Pakistan and Oman.