EUR


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AcronymDefinition
EUREuro (European Monetary Unit)
EUREurope
EURErasmus Universiteit Rotterdam (Netherlands)
EUREuropean Utility Requirements (nuclear power)
EURBureau of European and Eurasian Affairs (US State Department)
EUREstimated Ultimate Recovery (Oil & Gas)
EUREsposizione Universale Romana (area of Rome, Italy)
EUREastern Underground Railway (former transport system in Ipswich, England)
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Direct foreign investments in March declined by no less than EUR 206.2M, on increase of EUR 55.5M a year earlier.
This performance in our core business segment has prompted us to propose to the Annual General Meeting that a dividend of EUR 0.45 per share be paid." Lufthansa and Germanwings increased their operating profit last year to EUR 265m -- an increase of EUR 240m and thus the most visible earnings improvement in the Group.
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Athletics: Ross Murray (Gateshead EUR" 1,500m), Laura Weightman (Alnwick EUR" 1,500m), Nick McCormick (Newcastle EUR" 5,000m).
Thanking Mrs Englehardt, Andrea Hague, director of cancer services at Velindre Cancer Centre, said: EUR[pounds sterling]It is great to see the nurses in post and the difference they are making after such a short time."EUR
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EUR[pounds sterling]When he was challenged he claimed he had permission from me, but could not remember my name EUR" and then made a quick exit.
Furthermore, Revenue grew by more than 21% in Q210 to 646.4 million EUR, and almost 13% in HY10 to 1.2 billion EUR.
THE Celtic Tiger is still roaring - at least it is for the richest person in Ireland, EUR 7BILLION woman Hilary Weston.
Results for 2001 show that the company generated profits of Eur 168 million (US$157.6 million) on a turnover (sales) of Eur 4.51 billion (US$ 4.23 billion).
Non-IFRS cloud subscriptions and support revenue is now expected to be in a range of EUR 5.05B- EUR 5.2B at constant currencies, up 34%-38% at constant currencies.