GOS

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GOSGloucester Old Spot (pig breed)
GOSGeospatial One-Stop
GOSGuild of Students (various locations)
GOSGovernment of Swaziland
GOSGlobal Observing System
GOSGovernment of Sudan
GOSGlobal Outsourcing Services (various locations)
GOSGlobal Ocean Sampling (genome project)
GOSGrade Of Service
GOSGovernment of Slovenia
GOSGlasgow Outcome Scale
GOSGame Operating System
GOSGround Operating System
GOSGrid Operation System
GOSGrid Object Specification
GOSGlobal Online Service
GOSGain on Sale (accounting)
GOSGross Operating Surplus
GOSGeneral Operating Support (various organizations)
GOSGalacto-Oligosaccharide (saccharide polymer)
GOSGuarantee of Service (U4EA Group Inc.)
GOSGeneral Officer Symposium (US DoD)
GOSGlobal Observation System
GOSGarritan Orchestral Strings
GOSGeneral Ophthalmic Service (UK)
GOSGate-Oxide Short (semi-conductors)
GOSGuild of Service
GOSGate Operating System (Safegate, Sweden)
GOSGeneral Operating Subject (e-learning)
GOSGlobal Operating System
GOSGrand Orchestre du Splendid (band)
GOSGirlfriend Over Shoulder
GOSGeomagnetic Observing System
GOSGaming Operating System
GOSGraphical Operating System
GOSGalveston Ornithological Society (Texas, USA)
GOSGeneric Output Specifications
GOSGeneralized Order Statistic
GOSGovernment Owned Software
GOSGlobal Ozone Sensor
GOSGroup Operating Service
GOSGeneral Overhaul Specification
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* Gross operating surplus ranged from 84 percent for real estate to 5 percent for nursing and residential care facilities.
Gross operating surplus = "Value derived as a residual for most industries after subtracting total intermediate inputs, compensation of employees, and taxes on production and imports less subsidies from total industry output.
Changes in income distribution were calculated from changes in the share of gross operating surplus in national income (q).
Global factors drove increases in the gross operating surplus
The industry value added estimates from the previous step were used to recalculate the gross operating surplus as a residual.
The gross operating surplus in the business sector rose appreciably in 1991 because the average increase in variable costs was more than halved (Table 8.1).
As a result, the industry's pre-tax gross operating surplus in the first quarter stood at $28.94 per $100 of sales.
Economic and financial viability for contract performance, taking particular account of the positive gross operating surplus (EBITDA) during the past 2 financial years for which accounts have been closed.
(3) The profit share of non-financial corporations is defined as gross operating surplus divided by gross value added.
The "net operating surplus" will equal gross domestic income less the sum of compensation of employees, taxes on production and imports less subsidies, and CFC; for the "gross operating surplus," the CFC will not be deducted.
Gross value added fell by 51% to 3.3 MD while gross operating surplus declined by 66% to 1.7 million dinars.
As a result, at the end of last year, this industry's gross operating surplus (per $100 worth of services) was down $4.77 from 2015 and down $9.16 from 2014.