According to Asian Football Confederation guidelines, clubs need to be a commercial entity to be eligible to play in a ' professional' league, but the Public Sector Unit ( PSU) teams have failed to meet the criteria within the deadline of December 31, 2012.
What does CE stand for?
CE stands for Commercial Entity
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 138 other meanings of CE in our Acronym Attic
- Combined Endeavor (interoperability exercise)
- Combustion Efficiency
- Combustion Engineering
- Comhphobal Eorpach (Gaelic: European Community)
- Comisión Europea (Spanish)
- Comité d'Entreprise (French)
- Command Element (MAGTF; US DoD)
- Command Entity
- Commanders Evaluation
- Commemorative Edition
Samples in periodicals archive:
Palanimanickam told the upper house of parliament that the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) was now "primarily a commercial entity.
Therefore, technologies developed in-house by an S & T lab will seldom get transitioned into an acquisition program unless a solution cannot be found elsewhere or the technology is transferred to a commercial entity for development.
As the validation of Alfacell's RNase technology continues to move forward, the commercial operations must also move on a parallel track in order to achieve a successful transition to a competitive commercial entity.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Contrast this effect to that of a commercial entity running under a classic corporate turnaround scenario.
25, 2003 Commercial Entity contracts with EVOLVENT to prepare their applications to meet stringent Department of Defense Security Requirements EVOLVENT Technologies, a Washington DC area-based technology firm, announced it has signed a contract with Omnicell, Inc.
Our stated goal is to be the leading commercial entity focused on the treatment of FMS, and to develop and market the first approved drug for this condition," said Jay D.
com, debuted only a few months after the Web came in to being as a commercial entity.