DIC


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DIC

abbr disseminated intravascular coagulation. V. coagulation.
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Ammar Al Malik, executive director of DIC, said, "Since its inception, DIC has played a key role in contributing to the UAE's technology journey.
DIC has maintained excellent underwriting performance despite prevailing competitive market conditions in the United Arab Emirates, with significant pressure on premium rates across most lines of business.
Plaza said the Hermosa town government in Bataan had applied to convert 3,000 ha of land near the arsenal as a component of the DIC.
7 million [euro] investment is an extension of Sun Chemical's Eurolab and is intended to strengthen the DIC Group's global supply and technical service network for DIC.
As one of the leading certification bodies in Denmark, the acquisition of DIC allows Intertek to expand its global quality assurance capabilities within Denmark and the rest of the Nordic region.
The company had earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortisation (Ebitda) of around $100 million in 2014, DIC chief executive David Smoot said earlier without giving an expected valuation for the firm.
Following the transaction, the shareholding structure of DIC remains stable, with freefloat still at 66.
David Smoot, CEO of DIC, said: 'Mauser has been a very successful investment for DIC, providing a return of approximately double our equity invested.
David Smoot, chief executive officer of DIC, said: "Mauser has been a very successful investment for DIC, providing a return of approximately double our equity invested.
The major activities of DIC were inspired by the expertise of its members.
The DIC Group continues to implement measures aimed at reinforcing its overall business configuration.
Conclusion: DIC is an important acquired coagulation abnormality most frequently associated with sepsis requiring vigorous treatment with blood products and anticoagulants.