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abac

[ə′bak]
(mathematics)
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Peter Charlton, ABAC Australia member, will be chairing the Summit and Ms Esther Cvejic, an experienced conference mediator, will be Master of Ceremonies for the 1 1/2 day event.
In the lead up to the Seattle meeting, ABAC Members, including Australia's Peter Charlton, traveled to Brussels and Geneva to express support for successfully concluding the Round.
If they don't do something within the next one or two years, then we may not make it," ABAC chair Prieto says.
Tift Regional and ABAC noted the significance of telemedicine for students of ABAC as well as ABAC's School of Nursing & Health Sciences nursing program curriculum.
He was awarded the prize of "China internet well-known business leaders and APEC China's ABAC representative of outstanding contribution for 10 years" by the MOFA China.
ABAC can play an important role in collating and organising that information so that leaders have hard and tested views to which they can respond.
The ABAC report was submitted Tuesday to New Zealand Prime Minister Jenny Shipley, who will chair this year's APEC summit in Auckland in early September.
Micek has urged other APEC members, particularly those on ABAC, to push their governments hard to meet free trade objectives.
Spring says the work done by both ABAC and APEC is vital in ensuring that the region does not become isolated and left behind.
In the ABAC report to APEC economic leaders at Shanghai last year, the task force recommended that banking and capital system market reforms be accelerated, including corporate governance, the implementation of international financial standards, the development of bankruptcy laws and legal systems, and the engagement of economies in the IMF Finance Sector Assessment Programs.
and a member of ABAC, said Gore's speech has generated ''a lot of anger'' among Malaysians.