OCAM


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OCAM

abbreviation for
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) Organisation commune africaine et malgache: an association of the 14 principal Francophone states of Africa, established in 1965 to further political cooperation and economic and social development
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The OCAM proposed that people in the capital avoid places with a high concentration of people, facilitate and enforce security checks and do not broadcast rumors.
Deux ans apres le sommet de Lome, les representants des pays de l'OCAM reunis le 12 aout 1974 a Bangui (capitale du Centrafrique) signent les conventions qui donnent naissance a deux organismes de cinema : le Centre Interafricain de Production de Films (CIPROFILM) et le Consortium Interafricain de Distribution Cinematographique (CIDC).
For more information on ovarian cancer, see ocam.org.uk
Cette agence a ete creee a la suite des efforts combines de Senghor et Diori qui donnerent lieu a une proposition de l'OCAM (Organisation Commune Africaine et Malgache) en mars 1968.
OCam will be part of the second-generation VLT instrument SPHERE.
First, the category previously known as office, computing, and accounting machinery (OCAM) was divided into two categories: computers and peripheral equipment and office and accounting equipment.
Otros planes de cuentas de especial significacion son el Plan Contable Internacional de Mommen, 1953; el Plan Contable Frances de 1947, reformado en 1957 y revisado en 1982; el Plan Contable Portugues de 1975; el Plan Contable de la OCAM; el Proyecto de Plan Contable de la Federacion Europea de Analistas Financieros de 1973, entre otros (21).
(12.) The Interregional Consortium of the Distribution of Cinema was established by ten members of the Organisation Commune Africaine et Mauricienne (OCAM) in 1974 and dissolved in 1984 largely as a result of a lack of cooperation on the part of the various countries.
Productivity paradox of IT is an international phenomenon Annual Average Growth Rates of IT Capital per Worker and Output per Worker for the G-5 Countries over the Period 1985-1995 United United States Japan France Germany Kingdom Growth Rate of IT Capital per Worker 16.9% 30.8% 32.7% 35.1% 25.6% Growth Rate of Output per Worker 1.5% 2.1% 1.8% 3.0% 1.4% (1) Labor productivity is measured by the Bureau of Labor Statistics in terms of real output (gross domestic product--GDP) per worker, while IT is measured by Bureau of Economic Affairs asset category Office, Computing and Accounting Machinery (OCAM).
BEA includes computer investment in its asset class called "Office, Computing and Accounting Machinery (OCAM)." OCAM is composed primarily of computer equipment and serves as the measure of computer investment and capital throughout the paper.
While the deflator for all producer durable equipment (PDE) was 1.078 in 1987 (1982 = 1.00), the deflator for the "office, computing, and accounting machinery" (OCAM) category was 0.55.
This deflator previously was referred to as the "deflator for computers." To more accurately reflect its coverage, in the future it will be referred to as the "deflator for computers and peripheral equipment." The second deflator covered business purchases of office, computing, and accounting machinery (OCAM).