11) --(BUSINESS WIRE) CCII Represents New Investment Paradigm and Demonstrates How the Bay Area Council Uses Its Research to Assist Under-served Inner-city Neighborhoods WHAT: The Bay Area Council, a regional CEO-led public policy organization, is honoring the organizers and investors of the Community Capital Investment Initiative (CCII) at the Outlook Conference 2002, the Bay Area's premier economic conference, now in its 30th year.
What does CCII stand for?
CCII stands for Community Capital Investment Initiative (Alliance for Community Development; San Francisco, CA)
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- Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Haiti
- Christian Connections for International Health
- Coordinating Committee on International Harmonization
- Canadian Coalition for In-Home Care
- Chronic Canine Inflammatory Hepatic Disease
- College Credit in High Schools
- Canadian Coalition for Influenza Immunization
- Capital Corporation Image Institution (China)
- China Coal Information Institute (est. 1959; State Administration of Coal Mining Safety; China)
- Climate Change and the Insurance Industry (project; EU)
- Contacts Cercle Industriel Industries (French: Contact Industrial Circle Industries; graduating student job placement; Catholic University of Louvain)
- Chambre de Commerce et d'Industrie Israel-France
- Clearinghouse for Chemical Information Instructional Materials
- Center for Consumer Information & Insurance Oversight (Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services)
- China Council for International Investment Promotion
- Columbus Commercial Industrial and Investment Realtors (Westerville, OH)
- Coalition CBRN Information Interoperability Study
- Centro Comunitario Infanto Juvenil (Spanish: Child and Youth Community Center)
- Character Counts in Jacksonville (Florida)
- Consumer Co-Operative Institute of Japan (thinktank)