SAIC definition

SAIC means the State Administration of Industry and Commerce of the PRC or, with respect to the issuance of any business license or filing or registration to be effected by or with the State Administration of Industry and Commerce, any Governmental Authority which is similarly competent to issue such business license or accept such filing or registration under the laws of the PRC.

Examples of SAIC in a sentence

  • In March 2002, the Army chose Boeing and Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) to oversee certain aspects of FCS development.

  • A wholly owned subsidiary of Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC).

  • See Supreme Court of Chile, “Sociedad Agua Mineral Chusmiza SAIC v Comunidad Indígena Aimara Chusmiza y Usmagama”.

  • Law at 5.) While Plaintiffs allege, and Defendant agrees, that an in- ternal investigation was underway at the time of the March 2011 filing, no assertions were put forward to the effect that SAIC had uncovered any employee wrongdoing by that point, much less facts that would prompt disclosure.

  • Today, Strayer University maintains alliances with many organizations including Boeing, Citizens Bank, DHL, Federal Express, JPMorgan Chase, Lockheed Martin, MCI, Northrop Grumman, SAIC, Sodexho, UPS, Verizon and Wachovia.

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