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QICQuarter Inch Cartridge (backup tape format)
QICQuality in Care (various locations)
QICQatar Insurance Company
QICQuality Improvement Center (various organizations)
QICQuick Importer Converter
QICQuarter Inch Cartridge
QICQuality Information Center
QICQuality Improvement Committee (various organizations)
QICQuality Improvement Council (various locations)
QICQualified Independent Contractor
QICQuantum Information and Computation (journal)
QICQueensland Independent College (Australia)
QICQuick Install Card (software)
QICQuality Integrators Corporation (Canada)
QICQuantitative Imaging Center (Boston University; Boston, MA)
QICQueen's Innovation Connector (Canada)
QICQuestionnaire Instrument Compendium (psychology)
QICQuarter Inch Committee
QICQuebec-Israel Committee (Canada and Israel)
QICQuality Information Center (American Society for Quality)
QICQuality Inspection & Containment Co, Inc (Dayton, OH)
QICQuality Information Using Cycle Time
QICQuality of Instruction Council (Depaul University; Chicago, IL)
QICQuartz Inlet Capillary
QICQueer in Community
QICQuaker Information Center
QICQuality Improvement Calculator
QICQuality Information Checklist
QICQuality Inspection Control
QICQuick Implementation Capability
QICQuest International Certification (quality management)
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The QIC will contribute to diversifying the Saudi economy, reducing its dependence on oil, multiplying the private sector's contribution to GDP, reducing the government sector's role as a growth driver, and creating immense opportunities for local and international investors, as well as many jobs.
As part of the transaction, Forest City is transferring its retail operating platform and its employees involved in leasing, tenant coordination, legal and human resources to QIC. Its property management unit is also included in the deal.
This result compares favourably with both QIC's regional peers as well as diversified international insurance and reinsurance groups.
After holding a number of senior sales and marketing positions in the manufacturing sector over a 20-year period, the acquisition of QIC Print is Mr Wratten's first venture as a business owner.
Laurie Brindle, head of global real estate at QIC, would not comment on the potential Merry Hill purchase, but said: "In terms of our general strategy, we have been investigating the international property markets over the last few years with a view to securing suitable long term investments.
"They felt they differed from their own internal surveys, their internal impressions, beliefs." These differences led to the withdrawal of several companies from the QIC, which comprised carriers, risk managers and other vendors, such as brokers and TPAs.
BOB: Travan was something of a successor to QIC, although QIC embraced both the mini cartridge and the full-sized cartridge.
"There is new software available that turns your QIC drive into a logical device, allowing you to drag and drop files right onto your QIC cartridge."
Last year, companies representing all of the disciplines within the system of insurance came together to form the Quality Insurance Congress (QIC).
"QIC's stable underwriting profitability increasingly reflects the attractive economics of this business which yields relatively stable and predictable margins," says Khalifa Abdulla Turki al-Subaey, Group president & CEO of QIC Group.
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