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TCHATippecanoe County Historical Association (Indiana)
TCHAThe Children's Hospital of Alabama
TCHATools and Compilers for Hardware Acceleration (workshop)
TCHAThe Central Highlands Alliance (Australia)
TCHAThanet Community Housing Association (UK)
TCHATexas Concealed Handgun Association (Spring, Texas)
TCHATeton County Housing Authority (Wyoming)
TCHATehama County Health Agency (Red Bluff, CA)
TCHATamil Community Housing Association (UK)
TCHATechnical Committee for Humanitarian Assistance (UNHCHR)
TCHAThomas Carr Howe Academy (Indianapolis, Indiana)
TCHAtaurocholic acid
TCHATown and Country Homes Association (UK)
TCHATank Car Holding Area
TCHATexas County Housing Authority
TCHATallapoosa County Homeschool Association (Jackson's Gap, AL)
TCHATwin Creeks Homeowners Association, Inc. (Indianapolis, IN)
TCHAToronto City Hall Archives (Canada)
TCHATri-County Horse Association (Michigan)
TCHATri-Cities Horsemen Association (El Sobrante, CA)
TCHATraditional Chinese Healers Association
TCHATowns County Homeowners Association (Hiawassee, GA)
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Edited by Susan Wachter, Man Cho, and Moon Joong Tcha
The accoutrements of the great British habit of tea-drinking have been collected since the new drink of tee, or tay, or tcha (the derivation of the word char) was introduced in the 17th century.
On one hand, given appropriate policies and a basic level of development, FDI can play a key role in the process of creating a better economic environment (Armbruster 2005; Lee and Tcha 2004).
Juerg Weber (PhD Rochester) in 1989 and MoonJoong Tcha (PhD Chicago) in 1992.
On the one hand, given appropriate policies and a basic level of development, FDI can play a key role in the process of creating a better economic environment (Armbruster 2005; Lee and Tcha 2004).
Executive producers, Tim White, Eui Hong, Tcha Seung-jae, Nansun Shi, Satoru Iseki, Matthew Jenner, David Milner, Kathy Morgan.
"Tcha, tcha," replied the Philosopher dismissively.
Moreover, in the Australian context, some researchers (Bryan 1989, Edington 1990, Sim & Teoh 1994, Yang, Groenewold & Tcha 2000) have paid a considerable amount of attention to the understanding of the determinants of inwards investment to Australia.
(4) In a related study, drawing on the insights provided by a production function with a low elasticity of substitution between capital and labour, for short-run growth dynamics in the transition economies, Lee and Tcha (2004) empirically show that the marginal contribution of FDI to growth is greater than that of domestic investment.