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MRA

(Mutual Recognition Arrangement) An agreement among entities whereby they accept the results of each other's evaluations. For example, the Common Critera Recognition Arrangement (CCRA) states that each member nation shall accept the results of the security tests of any other nation (see Common Criteria).
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Australia also shares similar arrangements with other international trading partners such as the Peoples Republic of China, New Zealand, the Republic of Korea and Canada, and is negotiating more MRAs with other key trading partners.
Prior to MRA, Nidenberg was a senior analyst at HFF and a financial analyst at Greenfield Partners.
Lauderdale, FL, MRA provides underpayment identification and recovery services that ensure Medicare and Managed Care claims are paid accurately and fully.
The MRA is a formal understanding between the Philippine's Board of Accountancy (PBOA) and Picpa, and the US International Qualifications Appraisal Board (US-IQAB) and National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (Nasba), Picpa Qatar's official website said.
The MRAs are aimed at not only fostering closer cooperation between the C&ED and its counterparts in the mainland and in South Korea in promoting a secure and efficient flow of goods in the international supply chain, but also further strengthening the trade competitiveness of local companies in these two economies.
Indonesia has signed MRA with only the United States, Australia, New Zealand, Thailand and Canada.
The important point about this case is that CTA, contrast-enhanced CT, MRA and DSA obtained within 24 hours of each other, and without any change in the patient's clinical status, demonstrated very different findings.
The MRA keeps its members up-to-date on industry trends; safe food handling, preparation, and service practices; legislation that affects the industry; and Health Department changes and procedures.
The FDA based its alert on 25 cases of NSF in patients in Europe with kidney failure who received Omniscan, a gadolinium-containing contrast agent, before undergoing MRA.
Instead, prompted by Arena, ATR allegedly encouraged the OFT to rule that the MRA was illegal, because it wanted the MRA ended.
He and his colleagues reviewed the records of 46 patients aged 17 years and older who underwent posterior fossa MRA between 2000 and 2003.
Baumgartner and his colleagues reviewed the records of 46 patients aged 17 years and older who underwent posterior fossa MRA between 2000 and 2003.