APRO

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APROAssociation of Progressive Rental Organizations (rent-to-own)
APROAerial Phenomena Research Organization
APROAsia Pacific Regional Office
APROAsia Pacific Regional Organization
APROAdjusted Production (baseball statistic)
APROArmy Personnel Research Office
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Adjusted production, which excludes Egypt noncontrolling interest and tax barrels, was 396,000 BOE per day, exceeding guidance of 392,000 BOE per day;
Management of Tamarack believes that debt adjusted production per share is useful in determining the production growth on a per share basis as if changes to debt was extinguished by the issuance or redemption of shares.
7 press release, the company projects total adjusted production growth rates of 6 to 10 percent from fourth-quarter 2018 to fourth-quarter 2019, with 12 to 16 percent in the U.S., and 5 percent for Permian oil.
Bulgariaas calendar and seasonally adjusted production index measured 112.3 points for April 2016, little changed from 112.4 points for March.
"The import and export company proved to have manipulated the validity dates by removing the original labels, and sticking new ones with adjusted production and expiry details."
The calendar adjusted production in April was also 3.4 percent higher compared to same month of the previous year.
Calendar adjusted production index in June 2011 increased 6.9 percent when compared to June 2010, and seasonal and calendar adjusted industrial production index decreased 0.9 percent when compared to May 2011.
Tata Motors MD (India operations) PM Telang said, 'We have adjusted production of passenger and commercial vehicles to align with the market demand.'
Seasonally adjusted production in the European Union's construction sector rose 0.7 percent month-on-month in February, according to the latest figures from Eurostat.
In the construction sector, seasonally adjusted production fell by 2.1 per cent in the 16-member euro area and by 1.7 per cent in the 27-member European Union in September 2010, compared with the previous month, EU statistics office Eurostat said on November 17.
Compared with April 2010, the seasonally adjusted production index increased by 1.3% to 107.7 points in May 2010.