NTMA

AcronymDefinition
NTMANational Tooling & Machining Association
NTMANt Management Agent
NTMANational Treasury Management Agency (Ireland)
NTMANATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) Training Mission-Afghanistan
NTMANew Tribes Mission Aviation (Arizona)
NTMANational Terrazzo & Mosaic Association
NTMANative Title Mining Agreement (Australia)
NTMANational Telecommunications Management Architecture
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US and Iran which Tehran tankers in the Persian ei ry ror ke WE'LL The NTMA has the best pay rates of any State agency in the country with 163 earning over [euro]100,000 at the end of last year.
NTMA's subscription is conditional on, amongst other things, a minimum fundraise of GBP 15m in the Issue (excluding the GBP 5m Initial NTMA Subscription).
Subject to the successful negotiation of a NTMA, OZ will fully fund all exploration activities, including planned electromagnetic surveying where deemed appropriate to further refine target models, culminating in approximately 4,000 m of drilling to test seven targets.
The Director-General of NTMA, Mr Hamma Kwajaffa, told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN), in Lagos that in spite of government's intention to revive the textile sector, the reality on the ground remains worrisome.
Many Los Angeles NTMA chapter members currently hold ISO9001, AS9100, TS16949, ISO13485 and similar quality management system certifications.
The NTMA can now cancel the bonds it has bought back and consider it as an early repayment of debt.
Set up in 1990, the NTMA is the agency that manages the government's assets and liabilities.
NTMA said in a statement that it had chosen six investment banks, including Barclays and Citigroup, to lead the deal which is expected within days.
The bank was asked to prepare and implement, in conjunction with INBS and the NTMA, a high level restructuring document based on the restructuring plan, subject to any variations directed and approved by the European Commission.
(but) the IMF/EU package gives us breathing space to rebuild confidence," the NTMA's chief executive John Corrigan said.