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CED

abbr.
Committee for Economic Development
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Established in 1978, the CED is located in Morgantown, West Virginia and has a satellite office in Big Chimney, West Virginia with staff located in offices across the state to better serve clients in their communities.
Pomfrites launching at IBA Main Campus is a result of support from IBA's CED (Center for Entrepreneurial Development) department.
CED posted sales of USD40m in the previous fiscal year.
Importantly, CED allows direct access to the tumor bed, achieving high local concentrations of drug with minimal systemic absorption.
14 December 2012 -- BankUnited (NYSE: BKU) said it has provided more than USD145m in loans for Maitland-based CED Companies and its affiliate Concord Management Ltd.
Such leap is unprecedented in the entire history of Bulgaria being included in the study, Bivol writes, citing experts of CED, an official partner of WEF in the preparation of the report.
Francois Brandt from the CED received the goods valued at N$7000 on his behalf.
As chair of the CED Committee, Coolidge, Ariz., Vice-Mayor Gilbert Lopez led the committee through several discussions, including one on the vulnerability of federal block grant programs, like CDBG, in the current anti-spending environment.
In the short term, Rosneft is at a risk of losing 11-12% of 2011E EBITDA if the CED is fully reinstated for Vankor.
AS THE EDITOR of the book points out, "in recent years there has been a blossoming of community economic development initiatives worldwide and a commensurate increase in the publications dealing with CED." (1) Given the proliferation of publications, including books, about CED, one might well ask what this book adds to the literature.