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COPConstable On Patrol
COPCopyright
COPConference of the Parties (UNFCCC)
COPConference of Parties
COPColombian Peso (ISO currency code)
COPCommunity of Practice
COPCopy
COPCopper
COPChief Of Police
COPCollege of Pharmacy (Xavier University of Louisiana)
COPCoefficient of Performance
COPCode of Practice
COPCommon Operational Picture
COPCoil on Plug (automotive ignition)
COPCourt of Protection (UK)
COPCost of Production (agriculture)
COPCitizens On Patrol
COPCenter of Population
COPConocoPhillips (stock symbol)
COPCommonwealth of Pennsylvania (also seen as COPA)
COPCrime of Passion (band; California)
COPChief of Party (various locations)
COPCanada Olympic Park
COPCongressional Oversight Panel (US Senate)
COPCommon Operating Picture
COPCommunication on Progress (public disclosure report)
COPCouncil of Presidents
COPCombat Outpost
COPCarousel of Progress (Disney attraction)
COPConferencia de las Partes (French)
COPCommunity Oriented Policing
COPConditions of Participation (health care)
COPCall of Pripyat (game)
COPCenter of Pressure
COPCentre for Orangutan Protection (Indonesia)
COPCash on Pickup
COPContinuous Power (energy)
COPContinuation Of Pay
COPCustom of Port (shipping)
COPCriminals of Permission
COPCommittee on Publications (various organizations)
COPCity of Pflugerville (Texas)
COPCommittee on Personnel
COPCenter of Pedagogy (various schools)
COPChannel Operator
COPControl Protocol
COPCommunication Protocol
COPConnection Oriented Protocol
COPComponent Overheat Protection
COPComputer Operating Properly
COPChamber Orchestra of Philadelphia (Philadelphia, PA)
COPClinical Oncology Program (various locations)
COPCollege of Preachers
COPChains of Promathia (gaming)
COPClassroom Observation Protocol
COPCommunity Outreach Program
COPCo-Processor
COPCreative Office Pavilion (furniture sales; northeast US)
COPCertificate of Participation
COPCoastal Ocean Program
COPCertified Outsourcing Professional (International Association of Outsourcing Professionals)
COPCost of Power
COPConference of Presidents
COPCode of Procedure
COPCopulative
COPChange Of Plan
COPCode of Points (aka International Skating Union Judging System and New Judging System)
COPChange of Plea (court term)
COPCollège Ostéopathique de Provence (French: Osteopathic College of Provence; Provence, France)
COPController of Premises (UK)
COPCountry Operational Plan
COPCisco Options Package (software)
COPCryptogenic Organizing Pneumonia (aka bronchiolitis obliterans organizing pneumonia)
COPCity of Pasadena (California)
COPCircle of Protection (Magic; The Gathering)
COPCircle of Protection
COPColloid Osmotic Pressure
COPCitizen Observer Program (various locations)
COPCollege of the Pacific (University of the Pacific; Stockton, CA)
COPCourt Ordered Placement (various locations)
COPClose of Play
COPContinuity of Operations Plan
COPCost of Product
COPCenter on Philanthropy
COPClub Olympique de Pontlieue (French: Pontlieue Olympic Club; Pontlieue, France)
COPConsumer Outreach Program (various locations)
COPConcept of Operation
COPGlendale Civilian Observation Patrol (New York, NY)
COPCollege Opportunity Program (various organizations)
COPClean Out of Place
COPCockpit Overhead Panel (aviation)
COPCommittee of Principals
COPCollective of Popular Organizations (Dominican Republic)
COPCPU Overheating Protection
COPCar Operating Panel (elevators)
COPClose Out Package
COPCalgary Olympic Park
COPCurrent Ops (US DoD)
COPClass of Property
COPConseiller d'Orientation-Psychologique (French: Psychological Career Counselor)
COPCharacter Oriented Protocol
COPCessation of Production (oil)
COPConstrained Optimization Problem
COPCôte d'Opale Poker (French: Opal Coast Poker)
COPChangeover Point
COPConstraint Optimization Problem
COPCommunity of Property (South Africa)
COPContaminante Orgánico Persistente (persistent organic pollutant)
COPCommittee on Ocean Policy
COPCitizen Observer Patrol (Florida)
COPCustomer Oriented Process (ISO 9001:2000 procedures)
COPCommon On-Chip Processor
COPCorporation of the President
COPCrystal Originated Particles
COPCentral Oregon & Pacific (railroad)
COPCommand Observation Post
COPConstruccion Operacion Propiedad (Spanish: Construction Operation Property; project financing)
COPCommand Operation Procedure
COPCommunity Ownership Programme (UK)
COPCurrent Operating Plan
COPCountry of Payment (airlines)
COPCarry Over Parts (automotive)
COPCut Off Post
COPCholesterol Oxidation Product
COPColegio de Odontólogos del Perú
COPCash Operating Profit
COPCol·lectiu Olla a Pressió (Catalan countries)
COPCrossover Probability
COPCargo oil pump (tanker)
COPContingency Operations Plan
COPConformity of Product
COPColegio de Obstetrices del Perú
COPCo-Orbiting Platform
COPCertification of Process
COPCoalition for Outsourcing and Privatization
COPContingency Operations Procedure
COPConfiguration Overhaul Planning
COPComputer Optimization Package
COPCutaneous Oncology Program
COPCommand Operating Program
COPCommitment, Obligation and Procurement
COPConfederation of Publications (Ateneo de Manila University; Philippines)
COPContractor Owned Property
COPCommitment and Obligation Plan
COPCurrent Operations Picture
COPCost Only Payment
COPCommunication Output Printer
COPCommunication Order Process
COPCompany Of the Paraclete
COPComputer Operations Parameters
COPComponent Obsolescence Program
COPColumbus Outdoors Pursuits
COPCoastal and Offshore Permafrost
COPClose Observation Patrol
COPContactable Off Premises
COPCombined Operations Planning
COPConsistent Operating Picture
COPCreating Opportunities Program (Sprint)
COPCool on Purpose (music blog)
COPCoast-Out Point
COPCommon Outage Probability
COPCare-of Prefix
References in periodicals archive ?
These negative factors included a decelerating economy, plunging international oil prices (Colombia's economy is deeply dependent on this and other commodities) and a severe currency devaluation of the Colombian peso. All of these resulted in stagnant growth in volume terms in 2015, something not seen previously in years.
According to trade sources, the economic turmoil, GDP growth deceleration and the loss of the purchasing power of the Colombian peso against the US dollar are expected to continue at least until 2017.
Emerging market currencies like the Turkish Lira, Brazil Real, Malaysian Ringgit, South African Rand and Colombian Peso have all lost 30-40 per cent against the US dollar even before the first Federal Reserve decline to hike interest rates in the September FOMC.
The Brazil real, Colombian peso and Malaysian ringgit.
The Colombian peso dropped in value about 22 percent during 2002 and will probably drop another 10 percent during 2003.
The Bank was able to, do so because the Colombian peso has been doing well in the exchange market, having fallen against the USD by only about 5.3 percent so far this year.
However, the performance during the first two years of the forecast period might be affected by the strong devaluation of the Colombian Peso that is in its maximum after 11 years, and the deceleration of the economy, which will have a negative impact on demand, with consumers being more cautious in relation to their expenditure, looking for cheaper products.
Since 2015, prices have increased, which is explained mostly by the strong devaluation of the Colombian peso, which has raised the cost of raw materials and imported apparel, a trend that is foreseen to continue during 2016.