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Nam

n. Vietnam. How long were you in Nam?
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It will also address the demand for loans from Japanese companies operating in Viet Nam, especially those in the Tokai sub-region, where the banks headquarters is located.
Kim Jong Nam was the eldest son of North Korean leader Kim Jong Il.
Nam A Commercial Joint Stock Bank (Nam A Bank) was officially established on 21 October, 1992 as one of the first commercial joint stock banks established after the restructure regulation in Vietnam when the economy was reformed.
Lauding Pakistan's contribution to the NAM process, Foreign Minister Rodriguez welcomed the idea and said the two sides would work closely to make NAM stronger and more relevant during the Venezuelan Presidency.
4- NAM notes that the Agency has an essential role to play in Verification and Monitoring in the Islamic Republic of Iran in relation to the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, and therefore supports the Agency's role in this regard.
NAM urged the IAEA to exert more efforts to help create a nuke weapons-free Middle East.
He emphasized on the necessity of NAM members to agree on playing a more effective role in international arena, and said: "NAM members should stand against some of the world powers and prevent those oppressing countries from launching internal conflicts in their countries.
Iran, which is taking over the rotating three-year NAM presidency from Egypt, says its hosting of the summit is evidence it is not as internationally isolated as its arch-foe the United States has sought to portray it.
According to Gomi, Kim Jong Nam also said that the existing power group would continue to hold the reins of power and plans to use the new, young leader as a symbol of North Korea.
By acquiring Diana Viet Nam, Unicharm hopes to expand its local presence and compete with US rival Kimberly-Clark Co.
The plan to move against Jong Nam, 38, was apparently fueled by rumors that China would attempt to march into the North and install Jong Nam as ruler in the event of regime collapse, the report said.
In Zhongshan the name "Nam Long" (Nanlang), literally "southern brightness," also refers to an area of fifty to fifty-five square miles inhabited by the Nam Long people and to the large marketplace that for centuries served as its central hub.
The Ministry of Industry and Trade in Viet Nam has set higher targets for rubber exports and an expansion of its markets beyond China, the biggest buyer of Viet Nam's unprocessed rubber products.
Now in its second edition, "Made In America, Sold In the Nam" is co-compiled and collaboratively edited by Rick Ritter & the late Paul Richards who have assembled personal commentaries and stories by men and women who found themselves involved in the brutal realities of the Viet Nam War and its aftermath.
Written by Viet Nam veteran Gaz Crittenden (served with 1st Cavalry Division Airmobile in the Viet Nam central highlands from 1966-67), Jungle Rules: A Novel of Viet Nam is a gripping debut novel about the brutality of war in a land where life is cheap.