BPPT

AcronymDefinition
BPPTBusiness Personal Property Tax (various locations)
BPPTBadan Pengkajian Penerapan Teknologi (Indonesian: Agency for the Assessment and Application of Technology; Indonesia)
BPPTAgency for the Assessment and Application of Technology, Indonesia
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BPPT head Marzan Iskandar said in a separate interview, "When the new refineries start operations, it would cut imports of oil products, but raise crude purchases because we won't produce much oil."
"They remain largely untapped,"the BPPT natural resources technology development deputy chief said, adding that deep-sea oil exploration entailed more risks and required a huge capital outlay and high technology.
The Brachial Plexus Provocation Test (BPPT) (or Upper Limb Tension Test) is used by clinicians to assess mechanical sensitivity of peripheral nerve tissue in the upper quadrant.
Sugar Ratio of content Total result basic Raw material in basic of material to material conversion bio-ethanol Type of plant Consump- (kg) Bio ethanol tion (liters) Cassava 1,000 250-300 166.6 6.5:1 Sweet potato 1,000 150-200 125 8:1 Corn 1,000 600-700 200 5:1 Sago 1,000 120-160 90 12:1 Molasses 1,000 500 250 4:1 Source: BPPT
Already in 1978, Suharto named him State Minister for Research and Technology as well as head of the Agency for Technology Assessment and Application (BPPT), a body formed to rival the National Development Planning Agency (BAPPENAS).
"We have signed a memorandum of understanding with the Agency for the Assessment and Application of Technology (BPPT) to develop biodiesel for use in Jakarta," said Jakarta Environmental Management Agency (BPLHD) head Kosasih Wirahadikusumah during a recent biodiesel seminar.
Spokesman Wimar Witoelar told reporters Wahid said the powdered cooking flavorings were ''halal,'' or acceptable for consumption, after receiving input from researchers at the Indonesian Science Institute, the Technology Application and Study Board (BPPT) and three local universities.
Spokesman Wimar Witoelar told reporters Wahid said the powdered cooking flavorings were ''halal,'' or acceptable for consumption, after receiving reports from the Indonesian Science Institute, the Technology Application and Study Board (BPPT) and three local universities.
His sister plays a key role in the state's Research and Technology Development Agency (BPPT), which he used to head before becoming vice president, and her husband was one of the agency's contractors.
The Indonesian Technology Assessment and Development Body, or BPPT in its Indonesian acronym, which Habibie headed for more than two decades, has also been blemished with Habibie-style nepotism and cronyism.