ENTERPRICE

AcronymDefinition
ENTERPRICEEnhanced Network for Traffic Services and Information Provided by Regional Information Centres in Europe
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Fryer argues that "childrearing was a central component of the vast colonial enterprices of estate building community building" (104).
Above, left and right: venturing into the rubber country below Santo Domingo, where the Inca Rubber Company had properties; market day in Tirapata, the altiplano town built on, the Puno-Cuzco railway, where the Inca enterprices had an office, hotel, and warehouse.
equities etc(1) 264 159 200 224 - non-financial enterprices -35 -104 -104 -92 Memorandum II Money supply (M2) 705 710 728 753 Credit indi- cator (C2)(2) 1157 1194 1214 1243 Credit indi- cator (M3)(2) 1461 1540 1579 1612
companies and central government enterprices Billion SEK, current prices 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 Revenue 885.