FPOS

AcronymDefinition
FPOSFirst Person On Scene (first responders training)
FPOSFood Point Of Sale (restaurant industry)
FPOSFuture Point of Sale (Akron, OH restaurant point of sale system developer)
FPOSFinancial Point of Sale
FPOSFort Pierce Orchid Society (Ft. Pierce, Florida)
FPOSFree Pascal Operating System (software)
FPOSFreakin' Piece of Spit (polite form)
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Deepening its commitment to improve farmers' livelihood in India, the Walmart Foundation today announced $4.8 million (about Rs 34 crore) in grants to Digital Green and TechnoServe to enable programs that help smallholder farmers have access to agriculture technology, training on sustainable farmer methods, enhanced access to formal markets, and skill and capacity building for farmer producer organizations (FPOs).
These grants are expected to create a meaningful impact to more than 81,000 farmers, including more than 29,030 women farmers (many of whom are organized into FPOs) in the states of Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and Uttar Pradesh.
These grants are expected to create a meaningful impact to more than 81,000 farmers, including more than 29,030 women farmers (many of whom are organised into FPOs) in the states of Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and Uttar Pradesh.
McKenna took the opportunity to reinforce the commitment to support India's smallholder farmers through investments from the Walmart Foundation and by sourcing 25 per cent of all fresh produce in 'Best Price Stores' directly from farmers and FPOs, it said.
The only FPO that was asked for information was Vitalaire, which provides home oxygen to all children in the metro who require it.
(Above) The new format for ashore FPOs contains a Postal Service Center (PSC) number and box number along with a 5-digit ZIP Code in the address as follows:
* Harris Pye staff at work on the SeaRose floating oil production and storage vessel (FPOS)
He has a wealth of experience in managing campaigns for IPOs, FPOs and bonds for blue chip corporations.
foreign firms or for-profit organisations (FPOs)) may be considered problematic and explicitly excluded from the market or from segments of the market.
Thereafter, equity market witnessing a boom in 2003, Indian corporates sought equity market for raising funds through IPOs and FPOs. This has resulted in significant fall in the amount of securities traded in the WDM.
The years 2008 and 2009 were lacklustre years for the primary market as fresh shares issued by either existing firms ( FPOs) or new firms ( IPOs) dwindled away.
"Coal India was about Rs160 billion in size, Power Grid is lined up at Rs80 billion, and we have follow-on public offerings (FPOs) for PNB and Shipping Corp.