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APA

abbreviation for ASSOCIATION OF POLICE AUTHORITIES.
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The APAs pertain to various sectors and sub-sectors of the economy like information technology, banking, semiconductor, power, pharmaceutical, hydrocarbon, publishing, and automobiles.
The progress of the APA scheme strengthens the Governments resolve of fostering a non-adversarial tax regime.
There are are often smaller fields of competitors, sports are sometimes less established, and there can be more medals available within an potential Olympic currently in receipt APAs.
This is the longest and most detailed revenue procedure for APAs. Rev.
In 1991 the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) established the Advance Pricing Agreement (APA) program, allowing a taxpayer to request that the IRS, and potentially other countries, prospectively approve its transfer pricing facts, transfer pricing methodology, and arm's-length range of results.
The affine projection algorithm (APA) is another popular method in adaptive filtering applications [28-31], with its complexity and estimation performance intermediary between the LMS and RLS algorithms.
Consequently, the APA with an acceptable computational complexity between the NLMS and RLS algorithms has been deeply developed and applied in echo cancellation and channel estimations [9, 10].
APAS Energiteknikk, based in Moss, Norway, provides software and services within power control for the industry.
nail technicians are APAs; in California, 80 percent of the industry workers are Vietnamese immigrant women.
The use of the APA has some benefits to the IRS as well.
You may gain a measure of certainty in the documentation area through what's known as an Advance Pricing Agreement (APA) with the IRS.
With the signing of these APAs, the total number of APAs entered into by the CBDT in the year 2018-19 stands at 52, which includes 11 bilateral APAs.