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ITO

abbr.
International Trade Organization

Ito

(ˈiːtəʊ)
n
(Biography) Prince Hirobumi (ˌhɪərəˈbuːmɪ). 1841–1909, Japanese statesman; premier (1884–88; 1892–96; 1898; 1900–01). He led the movement to modernize Japan and helped to draft the Meiji constitution (1889); assassinated

ITO

abbreviation for
(Commerce) International Trade Organization

ITO

International Trade Organization.
Translations

ITO

N ABBR =International Trade OrganizationOIC f
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Some of the short stories in Shiver have a Twilight Zone-esque quality, but in general, Ito is less concerned about delivering twists and sending a message than he is about providing good, solid scares and discomfort.
Hindi ito (BURI) nagsagawa ng nararapat na imbentaryo ng mga spare parts kung kaya't kulang na kulang ang bilang ng mga ito kumpara sa pangangailangan ng MRT,' according to Tugade.
The skywalk will be constructed in such a way that it will provide easy access to all roads criss- crossing the ITO intersection.
The ITO powders with an average diameter of tens of nanometers were received from Advanced Nanoproducts.
As part of this transaction, Atos will add Xerox s blue-chip ITO clients to its portfolio in order to accompany them on their digital journey.
Ito improved significantly in the second set and had points for a 5-3 lead, but he could not take them and in the end Murray ran out a comfortable winner to set up a second-round match against Finn Jarkko Nieminen.
It did not get off to an auspicious start for Ito as a relaxed-looking Murray broke serve at the third attempt in Ito's first service game, and then repeated the feat two games later.
On paper it looks a comfortable start for Murray, who has faced Ito once before in a doubles match in Tokyo last year, but his opponent is determined to play his natural attacking game.
Kenichi Ito may look like any other young man in Tokyo, but he has a rather unusual and world record breaking passion.
10 November 2011 -- JCR today affirmed the A+ rating with a "stable" outlook on senior debts of Japanese tea maker Ito En Ltd (TYO:2593).
Despite Japan's declining population and intensifying competition with other modes of transportation, the number of landing slots at airports in the Tokyo metropolitan area has been increasing rapidly, raising the need for air carriers to swiftly compile business strategies, Ito said.
Gartner said it had conducted an online survey in the first quarter of 2011 among 47 ITO providers, accounting for 62% of the total ITO market.