CRCP

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AcronymDefinition
CRCPCracked in Passivation
CRCPContinuously Reinforced Concrete Pavement
CRCPConsumer Rights Commission of Pakistan
CRCPCrystal Reports Certified Professional
CRCPCertified Regulatory and Compliance Professional
CRCPColorado Rules of Civil Procedure
CRCPCloud-Resolving Convection Parameterization
CRCPCentre de Recherche sur les Couts et la Productivité (French: Center for Productivity and Costs)
CRCPClinical Research Contract Professional
CRCPCivilian Resource Conservation Program (US Army)
CRCPCentral Registry for Child Protection (State of Colorado)
CRCPCamera Recorder Control Protocol
CRCPChristian Reformed Church in the Philippines
CRCPCommittee for Responsible Corrections Policy
CRCPCommunity Rehabilitation Careers Project
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These women have been detected in a recent survey conducted in the district by the ECP as a joint venture with National Database and Registration Authority (Nadra), Consumer Rights Commission of Pakistan (CRCP) and some non-government organisations (NGOs).
Islamabad -- The Consumer Rights Commission of Pakistan (CRCP) has welcomed the proposals of National Assembly Standing Committee on Information and Broadcasting on federal Right to Information (RTI) Bill regarding establishment of an independent and autonomous information commission at federal level, providing legal protection to the whistleblowers and allow using of public interest override test.
The Consumer Rights Commission of Pakistan (CRCP) has expressed its reservations about the newly introduced weekly based pricing mechanism on the grounds that the price of CNG along with other petroleum products have been increased double fold in the past two months.
This was the crux of speeches made at a seminar, 'National conference on state and market: balancing consumer rights in a digital age' organised by the Consumer Rights Commission of Pakistan (CRCP).
This time they [Drap] intimated to all the stakeholders, including Pakistan Pharmaceutical Manufacturers Association, Pharma Bureau, Consumer Rights Commission of Pakistan, Pakistan Medical Association etc., he said.
According to a report of Consumer Rights Commission of Pakistan, supported by the Japan Fund for Global Environment (JFGE), every 5th Pakistani child under the age of five suffers from waterborne diseases; and roughly 50 percent of mortality and 40 percent of hospital admissions are also caused by waterborne diseases.
The consumer rights commission of Pakistan recommended that SBP should direct every bank to formulate and implement freedom of information policy.
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