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BIA

Abbr. for the Brick Industry Association, Reston, VA 201191-1525; formerly the Brick Institute of America.
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BIA suggests that Bulgaria's head of state should demand an assessment of the efficiency of spending over the past few years, adding that the check should not only include security but also technology transfer to local companies, investments in them, staff training, know-how transfer, boosting their competitiveness and export opportunities, etc.
Al Binfalah added: "I would like to thank all the staff of Bahrain Airport Company, the airlines, BIA strategic partners and service providers working 24/7 to make sure that all our passengers are safe and secure throughout their journey.
In its Master Plan, BIA envisages catering for an additional 18 million passengers a year by 2030 partly through an extension to its main runway which will allow non-stop flights to China, India and the west coast of America for the first time.
During the last year and a half, BIA has taken a number of important steps to strengthen the voice of business in New Hampshire, including instituting a comprehensive public policy development process, publishing a Legislative Voting Guide and launching a political action committee," said Mike Donahue, president of Aries Engineering and BIA board chair.
Caption(s): Nathaniel Allen has been named vice president of sales for BIA Cordon Bleu.
BIA managers historically requested the same amount of funding year after year without input from detention personnel or evaluation of the needs of the detention facility.
BIA regulations require newly recognized tribes to submit membership rolls, set up a government and hold elections to select leaders.
to meet with federal officials, Byrd engineered the occupation of his own nation by BIA agents.
In a sworn statement, Anderson told the majority staff that neither lobbyists, DNC officials, nor anyone from the White House had in any way affected his opinion on the Hudson issue; that Skibine had independently drafted the letter containing the BINS ruling -- and that the BIA had approved only one Section-20 request since the law went into effect in 1988.
Along with Third Avenue, the BIA had been planning to take in Second Avenue from Birch Street to Spruce Street, and Balsam and Birch streets from Algonquin Boulevard to Second Avenue.
BIA labels three proposals as populist a the idea for a new decrease in electricity prices for household consumers, for a minimum wage hike, and the calls of caretaker Prime Minister Marin Raykov for solidarity on the part of industrialists with low-income Bulgarians.
The healthy year-end figures come with a year full of events at BIA from having the biggest airplane in the world touching down to holding our bi-annual full-scale emergency exercise as we maintain a safe and secure airport that hosted F1 drivers and fans," said BIA chief executive Mohammed Al Binfalah.