SORSA

AcronymDefinition
SORSAShanghai Overseas Returned Scholars Association (China)
SORSASpatially-Oriented Referencing Systems Association (professional organization)
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Private regulators have the discretion to side with particular interest groups, and it is desirable to do so if this stance creates a competitive edge in business-to-business or business-to-consumer relations (Sorsa 2010).
(37.) Emingil G, Tervahartiala T, Mantyla P, Maatta M, Sorsa T, Atilla G.
The project, sponsored by the Shanghai Overseas Returned Scholar's Association (SORSA), aims to map out the bottlenecks existing in the current innovation eco-system and make suggestions for the government to smooth the flow of innovative elements among major stake holders, including universities and research institutes, enterprises, VC and other investors, and service providers such as IP agencies.
De tal modo, lo que Piritta Sorsa (1995) anunciaba en el primer lustro de la decada verde como el cambio en los patrones de produccion y comercio que seguramente provocarian las quejas de las "voces de los perdedores", implica en realidad a la decision politica de otorgar primacia a las corporaciones transnacionales y los sectores industriales de mayor productividad en la conduccion y control de la politica y la planificacion socioambiental.
SEBASTIAN SORSA At the other end of the pitch, Sebastian Sorsa is a stalwart for the Finnish champions, with his two spells at the club adding up to 227 appearances in 10 years at the club.
Hradecky, Sorsa, Moisander, Uronen, Toivio (Arajuuri 46), Eremenko, Sparv, Mattila, Ring, Hamalainen (Pohjanpalo 43), Pukki (Sadik 70) REF: Szymon Marciniak (Pol) ATTENDANCE: 10,264
(14.) Mantyla P, Stenman M, Kinane DF, Tikanoja S, Luoto H, Salo T, Sorsa T.
(35.) Beklen A, Ainola M, Hukkanen M, Giirgan C, Sorsa T, Konttinen YT.
These retail loans in foreign currency are popularly believed to be 'small men's carry trades', that is, loans in which households and entrepreneurs seek lower interest rates and take unhedged exchange rate risk upon themselves (see Sorsa et al., 2007 and Beer et al., 2010).