1. Civilian Conservation Corps: the former U.S. federal agency (1933–1943), organized to utilize the nation's unemployed youth by building roads, planting trees, improving parks, etc.
2. Commodity Credit Corporation.
a quality rating for a corporate or municipal bond, lower than B and higher than CC.
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