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The document was signed for Russia by Prime Minister Mikhail Kasyanov and Industry Minister Ilya Klebanov, while Prime Minister Andranik Markarian and defense and security strongman Serge Sarkisian signed for Armenia.
The CRTC reports to the Parliament of Canada through the Minister of Canadian Heritage, which is responsible for the Broadcasting Act, and has an informal relationship with Industry Canada, which is responsible for the Telecommunications Act.
According to a tweet by Industry Minister Tony Clement, unless the CRTC reverses this decision, the government will use its override power to reverse the decision.
On a separate matter, PNG Trade and Industry Minister Paul Tiensten was quoted in Fiji Village on 21 February 2006 as saying that sanctions against Fiji were being considered, following a Fijian refusal of a PNG kava shipment and an earlier rejection of corned beef shipped from PNG.
The Minister of Industry, Margaret Hodge, conducted hearings but resisted any government regulation of franchising with the advice that government regulation of franchising might lull the public into a false sense of security.
The Minister of Industry indicated that if due diligence were performed by the investors and the banks, the current laws governing business contracts in the UK offered sufficient protection for the public and the banks.
They accelerated only after May 1926, because of an increase in Polish exports by sea, economic prosperity, the outbreak of the German – Polish trade war which reverted most Polish international trade to sea routes, and also thanks to the personal engagement of Eugeniusz Kwiatkowski, Polish Minister of Industry and Trade, also responsible for construction of Centralny Okręg Przemysłowy.
* John McEwen ( CP ) Deputy Prime Minister, leader of the Country Party, Minister for Trade and Industry
* Charles Adermann ( CP ) Minister for Primary Industry
In 1993, Namibia became a signatory of the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade ( GATT ) signatory, and the Minister of Trade and Industry represented Namibia at the Marrakech signing of the Uruguay Round Agreement in April 1994.
Like President Clinton, Israel and the Likud party now formally agreed that the objectionable clauses of the charter had been abrogated, in official statements and statements by Prime Minister Netanyahu, Foreign Minister Sharon, Defense Minister Mordechai and Trade and Industry Minister Sharansky.
He was immediately appointed Attorney-General and Minister for Industry in the Lyons government.
Only two Ministers from the previous Cabinet were reappointed: Hussein Abdi Halane, the former Minister of Finance and a well-regarded figure in the international community, was put in charge of a consolidated Ministry of Finance and Treasury ; and Dr. Mohamud Abdi Ibrahim was reassigned to the Ministry of Commerce and Industry.
Only two Ministers from the previous Cabinet were reappointed: Hussein Abdi Halane, the former Minister of Finance ( Finance and Treasury ) and Mohamud Abdi Ibrahim ( Commerce and Industry ).
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* Alain Madelin – Minister of Industry, Tourism, Posts, and Telecommunications
Under Prime Minister Sir Alec Douglas-Home he was President of the Board of Trade and Secretary of State for Industry, Trade and Regional Development, and oversaw the abolition of retail price maintenance.
When the conservatives returned to office in 1949 under Robert Menzies after eight years in opposition, McEwen became Minister for Commerce and Agriculture, then Minister for Trade and Industry.

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Gladwin is also the birthplace of Major League Baseball pitcher Jim Kern, Swimming Pool Industry Executive Jim DeBerry, and Michigan's junior U. S. Senator Debbie Stabenow.
On February 23, 2007, Radio-Canada's website reported that Canadian Industry Minister, Jim Prentice, had used the song " For The Love of Money " without the group's permission during a political event, a faux pas since Prentice is responsible for the application of the Copyright Act in Canada.
An opponent of the proposed Bill C-61 holds up a protest sign at a public breakfast event held during the Calgary Stampede by Canadian Industry Minister Jim Prentice.
During the period of May 27, 2008 to June 4, 2008, edits originating from an IP address belonging to Industry Canada were made to the Jim Prentice article on Wikipedia.
Industry veteran, Jim Stroesser, was named president of Adio in December 2009.
Industry veterans and Raw broadcasters Jim Ross and Jerry Lawler have done commentary on the show.
* Senator Hon Jim McClelland: Minister for Manufacturing Industry ( 10 February 1975 to 6 June 1975 ).
Industry Minister Jim Prentice introduced the bill to improve compliance with WIPO treaties.
* Jim Marr, First the Verdict: The real story of the Building Industry Royal Commission ( Pluto Press, 2003 ) 1-86403-240-5
* Jim Marr, First the Verdict: The real story of the Building Industry Royal Commission ( Pluto Press, 2003 ) 1-86403-240-5
Widespread online and offline support, from activist and author Cory Doctorow to over 30, 000 Facebook users, led to the tabling of the copyright legislation by Industry Minister Jim Prentice until 2008.
In 2008, Geist found that favourable edits to Jim Prentice's Wikipedia article were traced back to Industry Canada computers.
Former CHUM President Jim Waters was inducted into the Music Industry Hall of Fame that same evening.

Industry and Prentice
Prentice was appointed Minister of Industry on August 14, 2007, and after the 2008 election became Minister of Environment on October 30, 2008.
In a cabinet shuffle on August 14, 2007, Prentice became Minister of Industry, succeeding Maxime Bernier.
Industry Canada announced on June 11, 2008, that Prentice " will deliver brief statements and answer media inquiries shortly after the tabling of a bill to amend the Copyright Act ... Thursday, June 12, 2008 ".

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Industry sources are now estimating that 75% of the signs made during the 1960's will be of plastic construction.
Two comprehensive histories of Engelbart's laboratory and work are in What the Dormouse Said: How the Sixties Counterculture Shaped the Personal Computer Industry by John Markoff and A Heritage of Innovation: SRI's First Half Century by Donald Neilson.
The online Britannica won the 2005 Codie award for " Best Online Consumer Information Service "; the Codie awards are granted yearly by the Software and Information Industry Association to recognise the best products among categories of software.
Finkelstein examines the implications of applying this standard to another member of the " Holocaust Industry ", Daniel Goldhagen, who argued that Serbian actions in Kosovo " are, in their essence, different from those of Nazi Germany only in scale ".
For purposes of finance and market research, market-based classification systems such as the Global Industry Classification Standard and the Industry Classification Benchmark are used to classify businesses that participate in the service sector.
The committees are as follows: Bureau, CHEMRAWN ( Chem Research Applied to World Needs ) Committee, Committee on Chemistry Education, Committee on Chemistry and Industry, Committee on Printed and Electronic Publications, Evaluation Committee, Executive Committee, Finance Committee, Interdivisional Committee on Terminology, Nomenclature and Symbols, Project Committee, Pure and Applied Chemistry Editorial Advisory Board.
According to the Recording Industry Association of America, Led Zeppelin are the fourth-highest-selling music act in the US and one of only three acts to earn four or more Diamond albums.
They believe Mun and Misselden were not making this mistake in the 1620s, and point to their followers Josiah Child and Charles Davenant, who, in 1699, wrote: " Gold and Silver are indeed the Measure of Trade, but that the Spring and Original of it, in all nations is the Natural or Artificial Product of the Country ; that is to say, what this Land or what this Labour and Industry Produces.
All official MIDI standards are jointly developed and published by the MMA in Los Angeles, California, USA, and for Japan, the MIDI Committee of the Association of Musical Electronics Industry ( AMEI ) in Tokyo.
In March 2012, the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology announced that China has 1. 01 billion mobile phone subscribers ; of these, 144 million are connected to 3G networks.
These standards are usually developed in voluntary consensus standards bodies such as the United Nations Center for Trade Facilitation and Electronic Business ( UN / CEFACT ), the World Wide Web Consortium W3C, the Telecommunications Industry Association ( TIA ), and the Organization for the Advancement of Structured Information Standards ( OASIS ).
Industry communities such as the IGDA, are exhibiting an increasing amount of discussion about the problem and are concerned that current working conditions in the industry are causing significant deterioration of the quality of life of its employees.
Industry requirements for multi-fiber optical connectors are covered in GR-1435, Generic Requirements for Multi-Fiber Optical Connectors.
The five units of the Central Library — Mid-Manhattan Library, Donnell Library Center, The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts, Andrew Heiskell Braille and Talking Book Library and the Science, Industry and Business Library — are all located in Manhattan.
Craig Branson, online director of the American Society of News Editors ( ASNE ), has been quoted as saying, " Industry codes are very generic and totally voluntary.
Carnegie Mellon also maintains the Carnegie Mellon Los Angeles Center in North Hollywood, California where students in the Master of Entertainment Industry Management program are required to relocate to Los Angeles in their second year and attend classes at this facility.
RAID levels and their associated data formats are standardised by the Storage Networking Industry Association ( SNIA ) in the Common RAID Disk Drive Format ( DDF ) standard.
Marillion are widely considered within the industry to have been one of the first mainstream acts to have fully recognised and tapped the potential for commercial musicians to interact with their fans via the Internet circa 1996, and are nowadays often characterised as a rock & roll ' Web Cottage Industry '.
A Training Package is " owned " by one of 11 Industry Skills Councils which are responsible for developing and reviewing the qualifications.
Industry standards are often rules of thumb, developed over many years, that offset many conflicting goals: what people will pay for, manufacturing cost, local climate, traditional building practices, and varying standards of comfort.
The business community in Bhutan are asking for more investment from Bangladesh after a meeting in the Federation of Chambers of Commerce and Industry ( FBCCI ) in Dhaka.

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