CGT can refer to:

  • Corporate Gift Treasury
  • General Confederation of Labour (disambiguation), various labour unions
  • California Guitar Trio
  • Capital gains tax
  • Combinatorial game theory
  • Compagnie Générale Transatlantique, otherwise known as the French Line
  • Compensated gross tonnage
  • Computational group theory
  • Porsche Carrera GT
  • China's Got Talent, a British-owned Chinese reality television series
  • Criminal Geographic Targeting
  • Canada's Got Talent

Other articles related to "cgt":

Lorenzo Miguel - Life and Times - Early Life and His Rise in The UOM
... of the leadership at the Union of Metallurgy Workers (UOM), a growing body within the CGT and its 62 unions ... Following President Arturo Frondizi's restoration of the CGT's right to political activity, the UOM elected the conciliatory Augusto Vandor as their ... forced to resign following his overtures to the CGT and Peronists, leading the exiled Perón to oppose further dialogue with the Argentine government ...
SS La Bretagne - Design and Construction
... In March 1885, Compagnie Générale Transatlantique (CGT), announced the building of four new steamers for the Le Havre–New York route at the company's Penhoët ship yard ... CGT also announced that noted French designer Jules Allard would decorate the four ships ... La Bretagne was launched 9 September 1885 by CGT in Saint-Nazaire ...
LIP (company) - An Experience in Workers' Self-management (1973-74)
... The CGT-CFDT union alliance (intersyndicale) now asked the Cahiers de Mai magazine to assist them in making a newspaper dedicated to the strike ... The national leadership of the CGT union now tried to take control, calling meetings during the day against the workers' will ... Finally, a large part of the members of the CGT moved to the CFDT, and the CGT decided to let them go ...
Daniel Guérin - CGT, PSOP, and Libertarian Marxism
... In 1933, he traveled to Nazi Germany, an experience which inspired him to author Fascism and Big Business, in which he detailed the roots of nazi ideology and its ties to capitalism ... Gradually, his ethos edged further left, eventually developing into a combination of Marxism and anarchism ...