Conversion Survey, 1998: Global Disarmament, Defense Industry Consolidation and Conversion

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List of selected acronyms and abbreviations
AAAS American Association for the Advancement of Science
ACDA Arms Control and Disarmament Agency ( United States)
ACEC Arizona Council for Economic Conversion
ASEAN Association of Southeast Asian Nations
CAPUMIT Chinese Association for Peaceful Use of Military-Industrial Technology
CCET Center for Cooperation with the Economies in Transition (OECD)
CFE Conventional Armed Forces in Europe
CIS Commonwealth of Independent States
CMC Central Military Commission ( China)
COSTIND Commission on Science, Technology and Industry for National Defense (China)
CRADA Cooperative Research and Development Agreement ( United States Department of Energy)
CTR Comprehensive Threat Reduction (Nunn-Lugar Program)
CWC Chemical Weapons Convention
DCA Defense Conversion Adjustment Program ( United States)
DERA Defence Evaluation and Research Agency ( United Kingdom)
DIB Defense industrial base
DOD Department of Defense ( United States)
DOE Department of Energy ( United States)
DOL Department of Labor ( United States)
EADC St. Louis' Economic Adjustment and Diversification Committee
EBRD European Bank of Reconstruction and Development
ECU European currency unit
EDA Economic Development Administration ( United States)
EU European Union
FEWDI Foundation for East-West Development Initiatives
FIG Financial-industrial group
FY Fiscal Year
GDP Gross Domestic Product
GNP Gross National Product
IISS International Institute for Strategic Studies
IMF International Monetary Fund
ISTC International Science and Technology Center ( Moscow)
MIC Military-industrial complex
NATO North Atlantic Treaty Organization
NORINCO China North Industries Group
NPT Non-Proliferation Treaty
OEA Office of Economic Adjustment ( United States)
OECD Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development
OPCW Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons
OPEC Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries
OSCE Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe
PHARE Pologne-Hongrie: Action pour la Reconversion Économique
PLA People's Liberation Army ( China)
R&D Research and development
RMA Revolution in military affairs
RMB Renmenbi (currency of the People's Republic of China)
SANDF South African National Defence Force
SIPRI Stockholm International Peace Research Institute
SME Small and medium-sized enterprises
SNDV Strategic nuclear delivery vehicle
TACIS Technical Assistance for CIS Countries
TRP Technology Reinvestment Program ( United States)
UN United Nations
UNCTAD United Nations Conference on Trade and Development
USAID United States Agency for International Development
WEU Western European Union

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