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GATT

abbreviation for General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade, an international agreement concluded in 1947 that is basically oriented towards free trade. It is still current in a renegotiated form and is a major parameter of international trade. It is organized by the World Trade Organization.
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organization of CompuGroup Medical (CGM US) to oversee the GAT project because of their outstanding performance both in applying the new technologies as well as running complex development projects.
The bomb explosion was the second such incident in the hilly Gat Agra area during the past two days.
Ruslan Davydov, one of the most active figures of the Caucasian community, was elected as a chairman of the branch of the 'AzIz Association' in Kiryat Gat.
GAT said the Atlantic Street investment will build its infrastructure to enhance scale, broaden services and growth.
Atlantic Street Capital acquired its majority stake in GAT from the founding family.
Unfortunately, measuring with the GAT is not possible with pediatric patients of all ages.
After many years of looking without touching I finally decided a couple years ago that I had to have a Gat at least once in my life.
Among them is Almir Gvozdar, who in 1996 came back from Germany, invested all of his savings in a second-hand CNC machine tool, and started making aluminium components from the family garage, under the name of GAT d.
Gat Out Of Hell is a welcome addition to the Saints Row family and as long as it's viewed as a DLC, fans will appreciate what it is instead of thinking about what it could have been.
The GAT is a performance-based test of hand function specifically developed for subjects with RA.
Due to the fact that the GAT was calibrated against a relatively small group of real eyes, it will only produce correct estimates of IOP in patients who share similar corneal and tear film properties with the original calibration group.