subsidiary group

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ADPI), a subsidiary group of International Petroleum Investment Company (IPIC).
If you own the Mustang Shelby GT, the club has a subsidiary group exclusively for the Shelby GT owners.
Prompted by the merger of these two companies into a single subsidiary group, the vote was a referendum on the treatment of the pilots in the workplace.
But the squalid building is no more and the site is set to be transformed by housing firm Prince Bishops Homes, a subsidiary group of the Derwentside Homes housing association.
He will take the place of Omar Hafeez, who has moved on to the North America Global Subsidiary Group (GSG) of Citibank in New York.
The Arab Beverage Association, a subsidiary group of the Arab League, will hold the Arab Beverages Conference and Exhibition for the first time in Egypt on 2 and 3 September.
By comparison, external embeddedness produces a positive impact on the "75% or above" export-oriented subsidiary group at the 5% level of significance, and the coefficient on the autonomy variable for the "50% or above" export-oriented subsidiary group is insignificant.
As per statement of spokesperson of banned organization Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) their subsidiary group Janood-e-Hafsa is behind this attack in this area, the aim behind attack is to divert the international attention towards drone attacks.
A project by a subsidiary group of the ICE Group to build infrastructure that would bring digital content at speeds between 100 Mbps and 1 Gbps has been endorsed, reports Elfinanciereo.
The subsidiary controller had been hired by the subsidiary group director with almost no input from the corporate controller or CFO, and was dominated by a strong-willed group director.
It also emerged that one of the 10 was in contact with a subsidiary group of Oxford University.
Sabic Europe is a Sabic subsidiary group which includes all Sabic's polymers and base chemicals activities in Europe and employs around 3,300 people.