RGA

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AcronymDefinition
RGAReturn Goods Authorization
RGARepublican Governors Association
RGAReinsurance Group of America
RGARelative Gain Array
RGARandomly Generated Acronym
RGAResidual Gas Analyzer
RGARoyal Garrison Artillery
RGARemote Gambling Association (EU)
RGARefinery Gas Analyzer
RGARules of General Application (Los Angeles Department of Building and Safety; Los Angeles, CA)
RGARestricted Growth Association (UK)
RGARevue de Géographie Alpine (French: Journal of Alpine Geography)
RGARate Gyro Assembly
RGARio Grande, Tierra Del Fuego, Argentina (Airport Code)
RGARicegrowers' Association of Australia Inc.
RGAReliability Growth Analysis
RGARainbow Gender Association (Ben Lomond, CA)
RGARèglement Général d'Assainissement (French: General Sanitation Regulations; Belgium and France)
RGAReflection Grating Assembly
RGARadio Golfe d'Amour (French radio station; est. 1981)
RGAReading Guild of Artists (UK)
RGARubber Growers' Association (Malaysia)
RGARapid Generation Advance
RGARegistered Gemologist Appraiser
RGAReduced Gradient Algorithm
RGARussian State Archive for Social/Political History
RGARoyal Global Army (gaming clan)
RGAResidential Gateway Architecture
RGARévision, Gestion, Audit (French: Review, Management, Audit)
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It is possible that these could be rules of general application to transactions between partners that are related parties.
"At the first meeting, we had a very simple consensus: Everyone agreed that rules of general application should find their home in the Rules of Judicial Administration," he said.
* Rules of general application, which cover the general management of institutions and are applicable to all categories of inmates, criminal or civil, untried or convicted, including inmates subject to "security measures" or corrective measures ordered by a judge: and
(82.) See JOSE ALVAREZ, INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS AS LAW-MAKERS 272-79 (2007) (describing the persistent obstacles that international organizations have faced in trying to negotiate treaties); Hollis, supra note 76, at 164 (explaining how a series of limitations effectively preclude international organizations "from joining multilateral treaties that either create rules of general application or establish other international actors").
The Rules of Practice and Procedure contain guidelines for various ITC investigations, including rules of general application, rules for increased import investigations (including global safeguard and bilateral safeguard investigations), rules for countervailing duty and antidumping investigations (including NAFTA Panel Reviews) and rules for investigations of infringement pertaining to patents, trademarks, copyrights or other unfair trade practices in import trade.
At bottom, we face a basic trade--off: do we opt for simple rules of general application, or do we add levels of complexity to achieve fairness objectives or prevent manipulation.