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E-news 2015 / 07
AOGS2015 General Election
The AOGS President, Secretary-General, Treasurer, and Section Presidents for the term of 2016-2018 will be elected at the 12th General Meeting on 2 - 7 August, 2015 in Singapore.
All AOGS2015 attendees are eligible to vote!
Ballot Box Location - AOGS Booth (A01) in Summit 1 & 2
Ballot Box Opens - Tue, 4-Aug-15, 09.00;
Ballot Box Closes - Thu, 6-Aug-15, 16.00
Announcement of Results - Fri, 07-Aug-15 after 12:00 on AOGS2015 General Announcement Boards and on MARS
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14-18 June 2015 at Hong Kong, China
2 to 7 Aug 2015, SUNTEC Singapore
GEOMEET2014 – World Community Exhibition cum Poster Sessions
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Current exhibitors include:
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