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SGPSingapore (ISO Country code)
SGPSuzuki Genuine Parts (vehicles)
SGPSpeedway Grand Prix
SGPSouthern Great Plains
SGPSmart Guard Pro
SGPSecretaría General de la Presidencia (Spanish: General Secretariat of the Presidency)
SGPSchering-Plough (stock symbol)
SGPStaatkundig Gereformeerde Partij
SGPSmall Grants Program (various organizations)
SGPSignaling Gateway Process
SGPStability and Growth Pact (aka Growth and Stability Pact)
SGPSplit Goods Placement (UN Electronic Data Interchange for Administration, Commerce and Transport)
SGPScottish Green Party
SGPSpace Girls Planet (band)
SGPSheep and Goat Pox
SGPSupplier Guiding Principles (various companies)
SGPShell Gasification Process
SGPSchool Garden Project (various locations)
SGPSusquehanna Greenway Partnership (Pennsylvania)
SGPSlow Growth Period (childhood health)
SGPSpecialty Glass Products (Willow Grove, PA)
SGPSenior Politico-Military Group on Proliferation (NATO)
SGPSchweizerische Gesellschaft für Pädiatrie (German: Swiss Society of Pediatrics)
SGPSony Green Partner (environmental relationships)
SGPStudent Grant Program (various organizations)
SGPSlave Geological Province (Canada)
SGPSchweizerische Gesellschaft Für Psychiatrie Und Psychotherapie
SGPSiemens Graduate Program (management training program)
SGPSingle Ground Point
SGPSimmering-Graz-Pauker AG (Austrian industrial conglomerates)
SGPSistemas Globales de Posicionamiento (Spanish)
SGPSafer Guildford Partnership (UK)
SGPSensory Graphplan
SGPSupplemental Grant Program (various organizations)
SGPSmart Growth Partnership (Florida)
SGPSimplified General Perturbations
SGPSaint Gregory Palamas (church)
SGPStrain Gradient Plasticity
SGPSecondary Gun Pointer (US Navy)
SGPStreptomyces Griseus Protease
SGPSoukup Graphic Programming
SGPScreenwriters Guild of the Philippines
SGPSmart Gradient-Project (algorithm)
SGPSustainable Green Printing Supplies
SGPScope Guidance Package
SGPSkills Gap Program
SGPSpirit of Grand Prairie, Inc. (Grand Prairie, TX)
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Pierre Moscovici, Commissioner for Economic and Financial Affairs, Taxation and Customs, said: "Today's decisions reflect an intelligent application of the Stability and Growth Pact.
The major breaches of the European Stability and Growth Pact (SGP) by France and Germany in 2003 and the subsequent reform of the Pact in 2005 suggest to Talani (European studies, U.
Since therefore that the Government's announced intention to give, when considered necessary, financial aid to the struggling Northern Rock bank is in blatant contravention of the Stability and Growth Pact it would be interesting to see the reaction of Brussels bureaucrats if this situation arose.
Interestingly enough, the European Fiscal rule--the so-called Stability and Growth Pact (SGP)--is included in the Constitution and thus, reaffirmed after having been criticized.
It also stressed it was essential to strengthen parts of the eurozone's budgetary rulebook following the suspension late last year of the so-called Stability and Growth Pact.
A weak economic outlook has prompted industrial heavyweights such as Germany and France to set budgets that breach the terms of the European Union's (EU) stability and growth pact.
This is the reality of the Stability and Growth Pact that was described by Adam Price, the Plaid Cymru MP as Thatcherite.
We acknowledge that as a consequence, the DBP submitted by Portugal was not found to be in particularly serious non-compliance with the obligations of the Stability and Growth Pact and no resubmission of the DBP was requested by the Commission.
Hungary was one of the first countries to be threatened with sanctions under a stepped-up Stability and Growth Pact - which sets EU debt and deficit limits and was reformed under a six pack' of new laws on economic governance last year.
The European Commission launched in July last year an excessive budget deficit procedure against Bulgaria and 24 other EU member-states to ensure that the countries reduce swiftly their state spending, and keep their budget deficit below 3% of the GDP, as stipulated by EU's Stability and Growth Pact.