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ECONEconomics (course)
ECONEconomy (minimum cost speed schedule)
ECONCentre for Economic Analysis
ECONEuropean Parliament's Economic and Monetary Affairs Committee
ECONEastern Coalition of Nations (Star Trek)
ECONEconomic Corporation of Newport (New Hampshire)
ECONEmployer Contracting Out Number (UK)
ECONElectronic Computer-Originated Mail
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181) Jiwan Tai (BS Econ, 1.183) Ferdinand John Briones (BS Computer Engineering, 1.
CHRIS WOAKES 30, Warwickshire Right-arm fast medium all-rounder Played: 88 Wickets: 126 Average: 30.80 Econ rate: 5.64 Runs: 1052 Average: 26.30 Strike Rate: 90.14 His record for England in white-ball cricket is sensational.
Under ECON's counterproposal, liquid assets are only eligible for the 180 days buffer if not essential to maintain the LCR and provided that the programme's net liquidity outflow for the first 30 days is equal to zero.
* Project in Principles of Microeconomics (ECON 250): How Does a Market Work?
The first practical place to start an Econ trip is the highway crossing at State Road (SR) 50 in Orlando.
Ecolab's CEO Douglas Baker said that the deal will enhance the service capacity and scale as well as the customer coverage of its Brazilian Institutional business.Country: BrazilSector: ChemicalsTarget: Econ Industria e Comercio de Produtos de Higiene e Limpeza LtdBuyer: Ecolab Inc
The ECON switch is already found in the Insight and Jazz Hybrid and activating it tells the car's management system to adopt specific settings to improve fuel consumption.
Father and son Stephen and Paul Mills, and Martin Medlock, all pleaded guilty at Warwick Crown Court to the attempted theft of scrap metal from Econ Plant Hire, in Balsall Common.
The call follows the final publication of 'Regulation of trading in financial instruments', a paper drafted by Swinburne on behalf of the European Parliament's Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs (ECON).
President Asif Ali Zardari expressed these views while addressing Pak China Econ Forum in Beijing.
12 November 2009 - The investments on the Norwegian continental shelf (NCS) are likely to peak in 2009 and are expected to drop in the years to come, a report by consultant Econ Poyry for the Norwegian oil industry association OLF showed today.