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BNGBloque Nacionalista Galego (Galician Nationalist Bloc, Spain)
BNGBangladesh
BNGBank Nederlandse Gemeenten
BNGBroadband Network Gateway
BNGBritish Nuclear Group (UK)
BNGBump & Grind
BNGBritish National Grid (UK)
BNGBold New Graphics (motorsports slang)
BNGBermuda National Gallery
BNGBoston Newspaper Guild (Massachusetts)
BNGBob and George (webcomic)
BNgBachelor of Nursing
BNGBanque de Données Nationale Générale (French: National General Database; Belgium)
BNGBureau de Normalisation du Gaz (French: Gas Standardization Office)
BNGBanque Nationale de Gènes (French; Tunisian national bank)
BNGBuckeye Networking Group (Ohio)
BNGBien Naître et Grandir (French childbirth information association)
BNGBurst Noise Generator
BNGBranch No Group
BNGBrave New Groove (Enhanced CD Production)
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With assets of more than EUR150bn, BNG Bank is a bank in the Netherlands.
BNG Bank's risk-weighted solvency ratio increased during the reporting period.
The merger would unite 99% of BNG under Roxi Petroleum's ownership.
The group's first deep well on the BNG area has detected oil and gas shows at a depth of 4,332 metres, it said.
The new BNG opens fresh opportunities for fixed and converged service providers to offer high-quality broadband and personalized services, supporting the growth of smart devices in the home.
The firm stated that its near-term focus is on finding partners to further explore the site at BNG, and at the Beibars oil exploration area in Western Kazakhstan.
In May, 2010 import from the EU is up 8% compared to May, 2009, reaching BNG 1.
In Scotswood, BNG is working with Newcastle City Council and a number of other partners on a pounds 450m project to bring around 1,800 new family homes as well as retail, commercial and community facilities and improved public parks to a 40 hectare site in Scotswood.
The Insolvency Service has had BNG-UK Limited shut down in the High Court, along with sister companies BNG Associated Limited and Business Network Group (UK) Limited.
As well as BNG and the council, the scheme is backed by Your Homes Newcastle, New Deal for Communities, and Gentoo, Bellway Homes and Wates Living Space.
The waste is the result of several decades of state-owned BNG reprocessing spent uranium nuclear fuel from Japanese electric companies.
On the basis of the additional information received during the investigation, the Commission has concluded that the loan granted by BNG in 1998 conformed to market conditions and does not constitute state aid as BNG had requested adequate securities from VAOP.