CNY


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AcronymDefinition
CNYCentral New York
CNYChinese New Year
CNYChinese Yuan Renminbi (Currency Unit)
CNYCatholic New York (newspaper)
CNYCharlestown Navy Yard (Massachusetts)
CNYMoab, UT, USA (Airport Code)
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According to Dennis Prude, director of Field Operations for CNY, this project is a reflection of a highly productive workforce and efficient management.
Among numerous other benefits, investors who trade CNY gain the security of knowing that China has one of the world's fastest growing economies.
2 times their forecast net profit, which is estimated this year to be in the CNY 6.
In addition to maintaining the building's LEED Platinum certification, CNY Interiors installed exposed concrete waffle slab, custom flooring and sophisticated glass and lighting finishes.
For SME customers, Emirates NBD's new CNY currency-denominated Current Account and Call account are non-interest bearing accounts that allow remittances from SMEs and non-individual customers through branches.
Despite this appetite, however, 42% of those who would prefer to receive payments in CNY never ask their overseas trading partners to pay in yuan due to perceived buyer reluctance.
The solar cell and module maker said the transaction will raise the capital of its Changzhou city-based arm from CNY 358.
Companies in China largely attributed this reluctance to inconvenience (33%) and the seemingly difficult process experienced by partners in obtaining CNY for payment purposes (20%).
Consequently, mainland importers and multinationals stopped buying dollars from the CNH market and returned to the CNY market.
Panel of National Experts says: Syracuse and CNY Poised for a Path Toward Sustainability
Wilkinson is executive vice president of plan operations for Univera Healthcare, which was formed after the merger of Health Care Plan and Health Services Medical Corporation of CNY Inc.
During the past year, it has been restructuring its assets, and in 2002, it reported sales of CNY 72bn ($8.