In 2012, only three hundred tonnes of potatoes were transported legally from the occupied areas to the government controlled areas under the Green Line regulation, he noted.
What does GCA stand for?
GCA stands for Government Controlled Area
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- Military and Government
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We have 277 other meanings of GCA in our Acronym Attic
- Global Climate Agency (Switzerland)
- Global Coalition for Africa
- Global Communications Agency
- Glycocholic Acid
- GNOPP Constrained Assets
- Goa Cricket Association
- going concern assumption
- Gold Circle Award (various organizations)
- Golf Clubmakers Association
- Government Contracting Activity
- Grace Christian Academy
- Grade Correspondence Analysis (data clustering)
- Graduate Cost Analysis
- Grains Council of Australia
- Grant Contract Accounting (various organizations)
- Graphic Communications Association
- Great Circle Associates
- Greater-Cincinnati Area
- Greek Cypriot Administration
- Greeting Card Association
Samples in periodicals archive:
Author: Simon Bahceli A TURKISH decree banning Turkish Cypriot students who study at schools in the government controlled areas from applying to universities there was yesterday slammed by local educationalists.
It heard about abduction, trafficking and forced labour of thousands of women and children in Sudan, not only in the south of the country where there was armed conflict, but also in government controlled areas.
The Cyprus government has described as "at least unfortunate" a statement by the British Minister of State responsible for Europe, who compared the usurpation of Turkish occupied Greek Cypriot properties with delays in issuing title deeds to British nationals who buy property in the government controlled areas.
CYPOL reported that out of these, 5,710 illegal immigrants entered the government controlled areas across the Line, whereas 128 entered via the Sovereign Base Area and only six directly into the government-controlled areas".
Population is ageing The population of Cyprus in the southern government controlled area was estimated at 803,200 at the end of 2009, recording an increase of 0.