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AGM

abbreviation for ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING.
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AGM said Duralar's coating technology will enable AGM to deliver a new spectrum of solutions that will help customers meet the exacting standards that define the aerospace and defense industries.
Stewart, AGM's president and CEO, said, 'We are excited to welcome Andrew (Tudhope, Duralar CEO) and the Duralar team to the AGM family.
A leading Electrical wholesaler business, AGM Electrical Supplies has expanded its delivery services to remote areas in Australia where accessing fast delivery electrical facilities were unmanageable.
The newly recertified Marine & Leisure batteries include Exide Start AGM, Dual AGM and Equipment GEL.
The President has also told AGM members that, in light of recent events, it will not be possible to present 2018 accounts to the AGM.
Also, the AGM resolved that based on the balance sheet for the financial period 2018 no dividend will be paid.
The AGM re-elected all FCA directors standing for re-election, in addition to electing one new director.
'We will meet with our Indian counterpart in the two-day AGM and hopefully a tour of the India team to Pakistan will be materlized for the next year,' he said.
'From now till then we will arrange for the party to have its divisions registered so that they can send their delegates to meet, in accordance to the AGM and party's Constitution,' he told the media at the PPBM headquarters here today.
Also, the AGM renewed the mandates of Jean-Luc Belingard and the independent directors Prof.
In essence, these are about obtaining and then representing the views of the Branch members in the AGM debates and decision taking.
Designed to home in on the transmissions of hostile ground-based air surveillance radars, the Texas Instruments AGM 45A/B family of air-to-surface ARMs received its combat debut courtesy of United States' Navy (USN) McDonnell Douglas A-4A/B/C Skyhawk Multi-Role Combat Aircraft (MRCA) during the United States' involvement in the Vietnam War between 1965 and 1975.