GEP

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AcronymDefinition
GEPGemeinschaftswerk der Evangelischen Publizistik gGmbH
GEPGlobal Economic Prospects
GEPGrid Engine Portal
GEPGauteng Enterprise Propeller (South Africa)
GEPGrolier Electronic Publishing
GEPGood Ecological Potential (water quality)
GEPGood Engineering Practice
GEPGeneral Education Program
GEPGeneral English Program (various locations)
GEPGlobal Entrepreneur Program (various locations)
GEPGirls' Education Project (UNICEF)
GEPGene Expression Programming
GEPGlobal Education Project (various locations)
GEPGel Electrophoresis (molecular biology)
GEPGraduate Entry Programme (UK)
GEPGuanine Nucleotide-Exchange Protein
GEPGroup on Environmental Performance (Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development)
GEPGifted Education Programme
GEPGastro Entero Pancreatic (tumors)
GEPGeneral Electric Plastics
GEPGrupo Editorial Producto (Spanish: Editorial Group Product)
GEPGround Entry Point
GEPGeen Enkel Probleem (Dutch: No Problem)
GEPGlobal Excess Partners (New York, NY)
GEPGood Efficacy Practice
GEPGrassroots Empowerment Project (Wisconsin)
GEPGroupe d'Expertise Pluraliste (French: Pluralistic Expertise Group; uranium mining)
GEPGenesis Environmental Projects (Israel)
GEPGuided Explosive Projectile (Deus Ex game)
GEPGold Electroplate
GEPGood Epidemiology Practice
GEPGrant Engineering Products
GEPGeneral Expenditure Policy (UK)
GEPGross Earned Premiums (insurance)
GEPGood Environmental Practice
GEPGenetic Evaluation Program
GEPGoddard Experiment Package (telescope)
GEPGroupe d'Étude du Pied
GEPGeneral Election Period (US Medicare)
GEPGeneric Plan
GEPGreen Edge Products (Canada)
GEPGrupo Especial de Policía (Guatemala)
GEPGrupo Especial Policial
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Gross earned premiums in the first halfof 2015 increased by 11 per cent, over the same period last year.
In 2013, ProAg announced gross earned premiums of around $633.
The personal lines segment continues to be impacted by frequent and severe weather, and rate increases and aggressive underwriting actions--particularly on property-exposed lines--are expected, followed by anticipated growth in gross earned premiums.