Arcm


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Arcm

(metallurgy)
The temperature at which austenite is converted to cementite upon cooling a hypereutectoid steel.
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If you're intrigued by ARCP's spin off ARCM, you have a few publicly traded options to look at.
For example, the case study by ARCM on the fish processing industry (31) found that migrant workers are more likely to be employed in shrimp factories, where peeling is difficult and tedious.
A study conducted by World Vision Foundation of Thailand and ARCM in 2002-2003 found that 12 percent of migrants, among the three major border crossings with Myanmar i.
The ratings on the securities reflect the fully collateralized index swap payments (which are, in effect, insurance premiums) due from ARCM, the total return swap guarantee provided by Merrill Lynch & Co.
The investment funds managed by ARCM are a significant shareholder of the Company and exercise control or direction over approximately 52% of the outstanding common shares of the Company.
Laodumrongchai, ARCM, Chulalongkorn University, 2006 (Background paper for this study).
According to ARCM president Joseph Valentino, insurance companies will soon recognize the value of this system and may reduce the premiums for fleets and individual owners using it.