GRK Fasteners was granted a crucial product exemption by the Canadian International Trade Tribunal that kept the company operating.
What does CITT stand for?
CITT stands for Canadian International Trade Tribunal
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We have 24 other meanings of CITT in our Acronym Attic
- Central Indiana Track Show Association
- Cybernetics and Information Technologies Systems and Applications (conference)
- Computer Intelligence Through the Science of Forensics
- Center for Instructional Technology Solutions in Industry and Education (Virginia Tech)
- Conseil Intermunicipal de Transport du Sud-Ouest (transportation system)
- Canadian Information Technology Security Symposium
- Cisco Internet Protocal Telephony Support Specialist
- Cork Institute of Technology Students Union
- Canadian Institute for Theatre Technology (Canadian equivalent of USITT)
- Canadian Institute of Traffic and Transportation
- Centrum für Informations-Technologie Transfer (German: Center for Information Technology Transfer)
- Christ in the Tetons (Wyoming)
- Citizens’ Independent Transportation Trust
- Commander's Integrated Training Tool
- Cities as International and Transnational Actors (European Science Foundation)
- Conference on Information Technology in Tertiary Education
- Community Integrated Training Type Functions
- Colorado Institute for Technology Transfer and Implementation (Colorado Springs)
- Centre d'innovation et de Transfert Technologique des Métaux (French: Center for Innovation and Technology Transfer of Metals)
- Corporate Information Technology Training Manager (Council)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Canadian International Trade Tribunal (CITT) has ruled against the Defence Department in awarding a $126-million contract to Lockheed Martin.
Following an overview of the world trading environment and the WTO and Canadian trade remedy systems, it describes the Canada Border Services Agency questionnaires, the calculation of margins of dumping and subsidies, the injury decision-making process of the Canadian International Trade Tribunal, and the Canadian safeguards process.
The Canadian International Trade Tribunal ruled August 18 that dumped imports of frozen, self-rising pizzas from the United States are not injuring domestic production of the goods.
Under the terms of the settlement, Canadian finance minister Paul Martin is expected to ask the Canadian International Trade Tribunal, or CITT, to review its 1991 anti-dumping decision.
GRK Fasteners was granted a crucial product exemption in January by the Canadian International Trade Tribunal that will keep the 40-employee family-owned company operating in northwestern Ontario.