BPIL

AcronymDefinition
BPILBASF (Badische Anilin und Soda Fabrik) Polyurethanes India Ltd.
BPILBusiness Process Interface Link
BPILBritish Practice in International Law (British Institute of International and Comparative Law publication)
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ERDC is 99.99 percent owned by Hong Kong firm EcoResorts Investments Limited (renamed BPIL), according to papers filed with the Philippines Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).
CRISIL has already combined the business and financial risk profiles of BASF India and BPIL for arriving at its current ratings.
It came ahead of this weekend's first round Irish Cup encounter with BPIL rivals Sofia Farmer.
Glebe Rangers remain top of the BPIL but they had to fight back from 2-0 down to rescue a point on Saturday.
Indeed, the Shimna College based outfit have tasted defeat just once in the new campaign when they crashed to BPIL side Desertmartin in the Irish Cup four weeks ago and will be the in-form side when they travel to the Dub to face Peter Thompson's hit-or-miss Queen's University.
Both of those sides signed up for the BPIL on their demotion last summer.
Both clubs were also early casualties in the Irish Cup as well, with Bloomfield crashing to BPIL side Desertmartin, while Fivemiletown were edged out by league rivals St Mary's.
The cream of the BPIL feel they can compete with the best of the Amateur League, and this is a chance to prove it, though the visitors will take on Shankill United shorn of their main man in attack, Ricky Higgins, who saw red at Dunloy on Saturday.
"This season has been unreal," said Burns, who guided the club to the O'Gorman Cup two seasons ago, meaning he has completed the full set in the BPIL.
And so true to form, the Amateur League and BPIL clubs were coolly and ruthlessly put in their place at the weekend.
Brantwood's BPIL stablemates Newtowne are also in Irish Cup fifth round action as they travel to Holm Park to face Armagh City.
Reigning BPIL champions Brantwood's Irish Cup defeat of Amateur League holders Drumaness Mills suggests there's precious little to choose between the teams at the top, and Burns agrees, insisting Saturday's clash at The Glade is too close to call.