Some Iranian companies have invested in the mining sector of Latin American countries and are working in that region's mines," Iranian Deputy Minister of Industry, Mines and Trade Mohammad Taqi Koreyee said Sunday, adding that Iranian government would support other firms interested in South American projects.
What does LAC stand for?
LAC stands for Latin American Countries
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We have 405 other meanings of LAC in our Acronym Attic
- Lake Arrowhead Community (North Waterbore, ME)
- Lakes Art Center (Iowa)
- Lakeshore Athletic Club (Chicago, IL)
- Lanao Agricultural College
- Language and Cognition (various organizations)
- Languages across the Curriculum (various schools)
- Large Anechoic Chamber
- Large Animal Clinic
- Latest Acquisition Cost
- Latin America and the Caribbean
- Launch Area Coordinator (TLAM)
- Launch Azimuth Corridor
- Law against Corruption (UN)
- Law and Advocacy Center (National Association of the Deaf)
- Law-Abiding Citizen (band)
- Layer 2 Aggregation Concentrator (Hekimian)
- Leadership Advisory Committee (various organizations)
- Leading Air Cadet (Royal Air Cadets)
- Leading Aircraftman
- Learning Assistance Center
Samples in periodicals archive:
They said that economic ties of Latin American countries with Pakistan are gradually improving.
Summary: The Islamic Republic of Iran's President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad today left Tehran for two African and three Latin American countries.
Indeed, the International Monetary Fund estimates that over the past four years record international commodity prices have boosted export earnings of many Latin American countries by anywhere between 5 and 10 percentage points of GDP (see Figure 1).
The developing Latin American countries qualify under an EU regulation agreed upon in 1992 for financial and technical assistance, as well as for economic cooperation.
Since November 2005, six Latin American countries have held elections--Honduras, Chile, Bolivia, Haiti, Costa Rica, and Peru; another six will hold elections by the end of 2006--Colombia, Mexico, Brazil, Ecuador, Nicaragua, and Venezuela.