NICS

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AcronymDefinition
NICSNational Instant Criminal Background Check System
NICSNissan Induction Control System
NICSNewly Industrialized Countries
NICSNorthern Ireland Civil Service
NICSNext-Generation Incident Command System (emergency response)
NICSNetwork of International Christian Schools
NICSNational Identity Cards Scheme (UK)
NICSNational Institute for Chemical Studies
NICSNATO Integrated Communications System
NICSNear Infrared Camera Spectrometer
NICSNovell Internet Caching System
NICSNational Islamic Committee on Scouting
NICSNational Inventory Control System
NICSNomenclature Identification and Configuration System
NICSNational Intelligence Computer System
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- Import indicators corroborate this picture: In 2012, road vehicle exports from Poland reached 665, but machinery and transport equipment imports increased to 292 of the 2000 level, whereas the newly industrialized countries of Asia showed an increase of road vehicle exports to 451 with an increase of machinery and transport equipment imports only to 223.
Industrialized countries included the U.S., the U.K., Germany, Australia, New Zealand, and Japan; newly industrialized countries included Singapore, Taiwan, and Hongkong; and developing countries included China, India, Saudi Arabia, and Mexico.
Managers marketing in less-developed or newly industrialized countries should be aware that the more available the promotion, the more consumers will use them, despite cultural differences.
Therefore, developed and newly industrialized countries will find competition intensifying still further.
The report says that the highest growth for battery demand over the next few years will be in the newly industrialized countries in Asia and the Pacific region.
He outlines the existing militarization literature concerning traditional societies, newly industrialized countries (NICs), and inclustrialized societies before discussing the five hypotheses he will test.
and Canadian experiences with comparable worth implementation (Chapter 9), and a speculative piece on the prospects for implementing comparable worth in Europe, Japan, newly industrialized countries, and less developed countries (Chapter 12).
Arguments could also be made to support the inclusion of some of the newly industrialized countries. Taiwan, South Korea, Hong Kong, Singapore, and the Philippines could be taught to give examples of successful economic development.
Many corporations are manufacturing and assembling and sometimes even conceiving, designing and engineering products abroad, in newly industrialized countries. However, past and recent studies have shown that products made in newly industrialized countries are evaluated negatively[13].
The adhesives industry is mature and will not experience again the explosive growth that it enjoyed before - and which it is currently enjoying in the newly industrialized countries of East Asia - but there will remain many opportunities for companies with the right structure, outlook and market knowledge.
Thus, its infrastructure is well developed when compared to other developing countries as well as to newly industrialized countries.
The author sees the four newly industrialized countries (South Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Singapore), sometimes called the "Four Tigers,' more as a "rising tide washing the shores of the global economy.