TABC

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AcronymDefinition
TABCTexas Alcoholic Beverage Commission
TABCTexas Association of Basketball Coaches
TABCTurkish American Business Connection (California)
TABCTorah Academy of Bergen County (Teaneck, NJ)
TABCTexas Association of Bank Counsel
TABCThomas Avenue Beverage Company (Dallas, TX)
TABCTurkish-American Business Council
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One good example is the position of the Turkish-American Business Council at times when claims about the Armenian genocide are discussed by the US Congress.
Throughout the two-day conference, participants will hear from government and business leaders such as Turkey's Defense Minister Vecdi Gonul, State Minister for Foreign Trade Zafer Caglayan, Undersecretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Feridun Sinirlioglu, Turkey's Undersecretary for Defense Industry Murad Bayar, Turkish-American Business Council Chairman Haluk Dincer, Chairman of the Union of Chambers and Commodity Exchanges of Turkey (TOBB) Rifat Hisarciklioglu, and the Chairman of Koc Holding, Mustafa Koc.
A statement by Turkey's Foreign Economic Relations Board (DEIK) said on Thursday that Assistant Secretary of State for Economic, Energy and Business Affairs Jose Fernandez had a meeting with executive board members of DEIK Turkish-American Business Council.
We are determined over the construction of nuclear power plants and we are working on the process," Taner Yildiz told a meeting of the Turkish-American Business Council in Istanbul.
6- Turkish Energy & Natural Resources Minister Taner Yildiz will address a meeting of Turkish-American Business Council in Istanbul.
The conference is jointly organised by Foreign Economic Relations Board (DEIK) of Turkey, Turkish-American Business Council, The American Turkish Society and with the support of Bloomberg company.
Speaking at Turkish-American Business Council meeting in Washington D.
relations --which is organized by Turkish-American Business Council, American-Turkish Council, American Friends of Turkey and Turkish Foreign Economic Relations Board (DEIK)-- in Washington, D.