BEQ

AcronymDefinition
BEQBibliothèque Electronique du Québec (French: Electronic Library of Quebec; Canada)
BEQBinaural Equalizer
BEQBachelor Enlisted Quarters (US DoD)
BEQBuilding Energy Quotient (labeling program)
BEQBusiness Ethics Quarterly (journal)
BEQBranch If Equal
BEQBest Estimated Quantity
BEQBrand Equity Quiz (competitive advertising and marketing quiz)
BEQBury St. Edmunds Honington (airport code; Royal Air Force station; England, UK)
BEQBeneficiary Eligibility Query (insurance)
BEQBio-Equivalence (pharmacology)
BEQBreak-Even Quantity
BEQBroadband Edge QAM (Quadrature Amplitude Modulation; BigBand Networks, Inc.)
BEQBatch Eligibility Query (healthcare)
BEQBeck Engineering & Quality AB (Sweden)
BEQBiomechanical Efficiency Quotient (celebral palsy research)
BEQBulletin d'Exploitation Quotidien (French: Daily Operating Bulletin; Transport Canada)
BEQBasic Evaluative Question
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The BEQ also highlighted expectations of further growth in key sectors such as infrastructure, with nearly USD6 billion worth of projects allocated, $3.7 billion tendered and $1.3 billion commenced to date.
The BEQ also highlights the resilience of Bahrain's non-oil growth.
Taking the word, Beq ISF adjutant Commander Ali Ajami offered condolences at the loss of the officer and pledged to take revenge from the terrorists and whoever dares to break the law.
The Saudi vision represents an ambitious attempt to reposition the public sector, added the BEQ.
Mr Khalid Al Rumaihi, Chief Executive of the EDB, commented on the findings of the BEQ report, "The robust growth in many sectors of the non-oil economy shows that despite the challenging global environment, Bahrain is thriving.
NNA - Takfeeris must be confronted by all means possible, deputy head of the Shiite Supreme Council stated on the Mahdi's Birthday at al-Khayal restaurant in the Beq today.
In the first Bahrain Economic Quarterly (BEQ) for this year, the EDB said it expects non-oil growth to accelerate to more than four per cent this year and even as the oil sector is likely to remain more or less flat, headline GDP growth should come in at 3.5-4 per cent, reported the Gulf Daily News, our sister publication.
The Building Energy Quotient (bEQ) program assigns to buildings an energy usage quotient based on completion of an in-operation assessment that includes an ASHRAE Level I Energy Audit.
Growth reached 4.5%, its highest level since 2014, led by the 12.1% year-on-year growth in the oil sector, according to the latest Bahrain Economic Quarterly (BEQ) issued by the Economic Development Board (EDB).
The latest Bahrain Economic Quarterly (BEQ) by the semi-autonomous agency responsible for formulating the country's future economic strategy shows that the country's non-oil economy grew 4.2 per cent in the first nine months of the current fiscal year (April 2015 to March 2016) indicating continued resilience and offsetting contraction in the oil sector.
The latest Bahrain Economic Quarterly (BEQ) also highlights the resilience of Bahrain's non-oil growth.