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TUE

therapeutic use exemption
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TUA is a subsidiary of Toray Industries, a $13 billion multinational company which is the worldwide leader in advanced ultra-microfiber technology and the inventor of the first ultra-microfiber.
This assistance will substantially increase the TUAS platoons chances of surviving contact with enemy forces.
The TUAS payload operator (PO) and Vehicle operator work with the mission commander, supported unit, and brigade battle captain to track the pickup truck as it navigates erratically through complex urban terrain.
Under this 51 million euro ($64 million) award, Italy will purchase four Shadow TUAS for deployment alongside NATO forces.
JTC Corporation (JTC) has launched two Confirmed List sites at Tuas South Street 11 (Plot 40) and Tampines Industrial Drive (Plot 8) and one Reserve List site at Tampines Industrial Drive (Plot 9) under the 2nd half 2014 IGLS Programme.
JTC Corporation (JTC) has launched two Confirmed List sites at Tuas South Street 9 (Plot 50) and Tampines North Drive 1 (Plot 1); and one Reserve List site at Tuas South Street 6 (Plot 46) under the 2nd half 2014 IGLS Programme.
The country's existing power companies are Senoko Power (3,300 MW), PowerSeraya (3,100 MW), Tuas Power (1,935 MW) and SembGas Cogen (815 MW).
To be located at its Sembmarine Integrated Yard @ Tuas location, the new steel fabrication facility will offer a streamlined, seamless and extensively automated production process from steel stock yard to final assembly and finishing shop.
built the Biopolis, as well as Tuas Biomedical Park, which is designed for bulk pharmaceutical, biopharmaceutical, and medical-device manufacturing.
To be located at its Sembmarine Integrated Yard Tuas location, the new steel fabrication facility will offer a streamlined, seamless and extensively automated production process from steel stock yard to final assembly and finishing shop.
JTC Corporation has launched two sites at Tuas Bay Close and Tuas South Street 7 (Plot 44) for sale under the second half 2014 IGLS Programme.