ECA


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ECA

Abbreviation for:
Edgbaston Commissioning Alliance 
electrical control activity
Emergency Care Assistant 
endothelial cell antibody
endothelial cell activation
enteric-coated aspirin
enterobacterial common antigen
esophageal carcinoma
external carotid artery
extra care area
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As CEO, Reed will work to shape the strategic direction and continued growth of ECA as it pursues its ongoing core mission to provide high-quality education and paths to new careers for students.
The ongoing banking sector weakness has contributed to low private credit growth, while unemployment has stabilized at very high levels across most ECA economies, which is putting downward pressure on prices.
TCS ECA aids manufacturers speed up product development, create more dependable products, lessen time-to-market, and lower costs attributed to software failure.
The ECA has begun a series of meetings and discussions to assess the effects of this merger, and the extent to which it would create a new monopoly in the supermarket industry.
The ECA General Assembly in Qatar will be held on February 4 to 6, 2013 and for the first time will include clubs from Asia and around the world.
Shih Yen-shiang, economics minister, pointed out yesterday (July 4) that the signing of ECA is the lifeline of Taiwan.
As part of strategies to adapt to climate change, Morocco has developed a national charter of the environment and sustainable development, ECA underlined, adding that the Kingdom has also adopted a National Plan against global warming (PNRC).
These include Germany's ECA, Euler Hermes Kreditversicherungs-AG (Hermes), acting as the lead agency; France's ECA - Compagnie franE*aise d'Assurance pour le Commerce extE[umlaut]rieur (COFACE) and the United Kingdom's ECA, the Export Credits Guarantee Department (ECGD).
Teaming up with these major retailers will give the ECA an even greater opportunity to speak directly with the steadily increasing number of video game players today.
This ECA financing follows on from the recently much-acclaimed deal of 2009 of $2.
The ECA was to be a centre of consultations between governments and a clearing house for the free flow and analysis of information and experiences.
ECA officials adamantly assert the bureau's continuing commitment to supporting American participation in international biennials and to holding open competitions.