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What does COA stand for?

COA stands for Conditions of Access (various organizations)

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  • Business, finance, etc.

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On the other hand, Balochistan has the highest number of food insecure districts with deteriorating conditions of access to food as 25 out 29 districts have extreme poor accessibility to food, participants added.
The fishing agreement sets out, among other things, the principles, rules and procedures governing economic, financial, technical and scientific cooperation, the conditions of access of the EU's ships to Moroccan fishing areas, and partnerships between companies.
Historically, "communities of grain," which he defines as localized "forms of political order" that regulate the conditions of access to agricultural resources, have struggled to preserve their autonomy from the arbitrary power of aristocratic elites and the coercive demands of bureaucratic states.
It has also overturned the decision of the Sanctions Commission regarding the conditions of access to Cegetel's cash balances, and has recognized that Vivendi Universal could not be held responsible for the oral communication of its then Chief Executive Officer, Mr.
The specific objectives of this contract are intended i) an assessment of the conditions of access to safe drinking water to the population centers concerned and ii) the provision plans hydraulic directors including files tender, and an investment plan for the center, power networks of drinking water to meet the needs of the population in 2030.
She argues that when the federal systems of the United States and Canada have the political will to mandate conditions of access, national access to abortion tends to be equalized, and when they retreat from engaging the issue geographical inequities emerge.