Australian Commonwealth Games Association (ACGA) Chief Executive Perry Crosswhite had said his body was one of "30 or 40" similar Games bodies around the world owed money by Delhi organizers.
What does ACGA stand for?
ACGA stands for Australian Commonwealth Games Association
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- American Cranberry Growers Association
- American Cut Glass Association
- An Comunn Gaidhealach - America
- Arizona Cattle Growers Association
- Asian Corporate Governance Association
- Association of Clay and Glass Artists
- Australian Cashmere Growers Association (Kerryville, NSW, Australia)
- Australian Climbing Gyms Association
- Australian Commercial Galleries Association
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- Advance Cockroach Gel Bait (pest control)
- Apostolic Congress of Great Britain (UK)
- Arts Council of Great Britian
- Australian Centre for Grief and Bereavement
- Association of Coloproctology of Great Britain and Ireland
- Automobile Club of Great Britain and Ireland (now Royal Automobile Club)
- Action Coalition for Global Change (San Francisco, CA)
- Advisory Committee on Genetic Counseling
- Angurugu Community Government Council (Australia)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Australian Commonwealth Games Association is owed more than $100,000 (about `46 lakh) in travel subsidies.
Currie's fears were echoed by Australia's chef de mission, retired marathon runner Steve Moneghetti, after he held talks with Australian Commonwealth Games Association chief executive Perry Crosswhite, who had checked into the village.
The Australian Commonwealth Games Association has agreed to change its selection policy in order to give the double Olympic gold medallist every chance to regain her fitness in time to run in Manchester.
However, one member of the team, Perry Crosswhite, chief executive of the Australian Commonwealth Games Association, is still not completely satisfied with the athletes' village.
Australian Commonwealth Games Association chief executive Perry Crosswhite confirmed that an athlete had been sent home for bad behaviour, but would not say if alcohol was a factor, adding that end-of-competition celebrations always resulted in a few unfortunate incidents.