QAAC

AcronymDefinition
QAACQuality Assurance Association of Connecticut (est. 1992)
QAACQuaker Aboriginal Affairs Committee (Ontario, Canada)
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In line with this, the QAAC has launched a new website http://qaac.uob.edu.bh to deal specifically with the centre's activities at the university.
QCon is well placed to take advantage of these developments to further grow its business regionally." Sheikh Ahmed bin Mohammed bin Jabor Al Thani, chairman of QAAC, said the consortium would be able to add tremendous value to the company as it entered the next phase of its growth." Mohammed Abdulaziz Saad Al-Saad, board member of TFI, said QCon was is an excellent position to grow, particularly given the company's long experience in serving the largest industries in the region, namely oil, gas and power.
Commenting on the acquisition, Shaikh Ahmed Bin Mohammed Bin Jabor Al Thani, Chairman of QAAC, said: "We are proud to have formed a strategic alliance with three of the region's leading financial institutions to acquire QCon, and we are confident that the Consortium will be able to add tremendous value to the company as it enters the next phase of its growth."
QAAC is the Co-Originator of the transaction, with Unicorn acting as Co-Originator and Arranger.
Also, this is process improvement at its best, and the facility's Quality Assessment and Assurance Committee (QAAC) should play an active role.
Dr Batchelor and Dr Hookes were among 30 engineering staff who formed QAAC - Q block Accommodation Action Committee.
The Quality Assessment and Assurance Committee (QAAC), with consultant pharmacist input, recommends that the haloperidol be decreased to 0.25mg per day.
"Income from our real estate projects should help boost income starting 2010." Meanwhile, Qatar Shipping announced it is selling its subsidiary Qcon (Qatar Engineering and Construction Company) to Qatar America Asia Consortium (QAAC) for more than QR400 million.