Top 10 similar words or synonyms for ccce

cpdcch    0.584418

lcommin    0.571942

ulcc    0.564322

ccces    0.535519

rpdcch    0.531891

epdch    0.525387

epddch    0.524303

lcce    0.512107

pcifch    0.510812

suppcc    0.509899

Top 30 analogous words or synonyms for ccce

Article Example
Index of Gabon-related articles Caisse Centrale de Coopération Économique (CCCE) -
Business Council of Canada The Business Council of Canada (formerly Canadian Council of Chief Executives, CCCE) is a non-profit, nonpartisan organization comprising chief executive officers of a number of major Canadian corporations.
Business Council of Canada The Business Council on National Issues (BCNI) was founded in 1976 and renamed as the Canadian Council of Chief Executives (CCCE) in 2002. The Council changed its name to the Business Council of Canada in 2016.
French Development Agency number of French colonies, changed its name to "Caisse Centrale de Coopération Economique" (CCCE – Central Fund for Economic Cooperation) in 1958. Its monetary mandates were gradually taken over by two public institutions, (IEDOM – Note-Issuing Bank for the French Overseas Departments), which was set up in 1959, and Institut d'Emission d'Outre-mer (IEOM - Note-Issuing Bank for the
Moundou The city has an industry of ginning and processing of cotton (oil, soap) under CotonTchad. The export of cotton was done before the discovery of oil, the current main source of income for Chad. Cotton cultivation has been supported by French cooperations (through the CCCE, now the AFD, and the public company Dagris, now ), and the European Development Fund of the European Union.
Thomas d'Aquino From 1981 to 2009, Mr. d’Aquino was Chief Executive and President of the Canadian Council of Chief Executives (CCCE), an organization composed of the chief executives of 150 of the country’s leading enterprises and pre-eminent entrepreneurs. Mr. d’Aquino assumed leadership of the Council in its formative stages when it was known as the Business Council on National Issues (BCNI). Upon his retirement from the CCCE as of December 31, 2009, member companies accounted for $850 billion in annual revenues, $4.5 trillion in assets, and the majority of Canada’s private sector exports, investment and training. In recognition of his exemplary leadership, he was named by the Canadian Council of Chief Executives Board of Directors, a Distinguished Lifetime Member. (As of January 2016, the Canadian Council of Chief Executives has been renamed the Business Council of Canada.)
Navyug Mohnot He was appointed on the editorial of the advisory board of India for India's first journal on consulting titled “Consulting Ahead”, he has also attended various conferences around the world, as a TiE Charter Member and he is also a mentor on the NASSCOM Emerge Forum. He has been a judge on IBM’s The Great Mind Challenge and he has also been the visiting professor to College of Computing and Communication Engineering (CCCE) of The Graduate University of Chinese Academy of Sciences (GUCAS).
Mark Dale In 2003, Dale made his debut in first-class cricket for Durham University CCCE against Nottinghamshire. From 2003 to 2005, he represented the university in six first-class matches, the last of which came against Leicestershire. In his six first-class matches, he scored 241 runs at a batting average of 26.77, with a high score of 48. With the ball he took a single wicket at a bowling average of 66.00, with best figures of 1/34.
Rheebu Nuu Negotiations took place that led to an agreement being signed on 27 September 2008 by 12 Rhéébù Nùù leaders, 25 customary authorities and two Goro Nickel representatives. Called the “Pact for Sustainable Development of the Far South [of New Caledonia]” a corporate foundation was created to fund local development, and a Consultative Customary Environmental Committee (CCCE), an agreement to train local technicians, and to implementing a reforestation program. Rhéébù Nùù agreed in exchange to cease violent actions. Levels of conflict with local people have diminished. However the manner in which this agreement was signed was controversial with many individuals feeling they were not consulted.
Transport in the Comoros The isolation of the Comoros had made air traffic a major means of transportation. One of President Abdallah's accomplishments was to make the Comoros more accessible by air. During his administration, he negotiated agreements to initiate or enhance commercial air links with Tanzania and Madagascar. The Djohar regime reached an agreement in 1990 to link Moroni and Brussels by air. By the early 1990s, commercial flights connected the Comoros with France, Mauritius, Kenya, South Africa, Tanzania, and Madagascar. The national airline was Air Comores. Daily flights linked the three main islands, and air service was also available to Mahoré; each island had airstrips. In 1986 the republic received a grant from the French government's CCCE to renovate and expand Hahaya airport, near Moroni. Because of the absence of scheduled sea transport between the islands, nearly all interisland passenger traffic is by air.