MCPI

AcronymDefinition
MCPIMedical Consumer Price Index
MCPIMitsui & Co., Principal Investments Ltd. (Japan)
MCPIMaine Community Policing Institute (now Maine Institute for Public Safety)
MCPIMarxist Communist Party of India
MCPIMaine Coon Polydactyl International
MCPIMemory Cycles Per Instruction
MCPIMetal Conjugated Polymer Interface
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" Last year, for instance, the BSP partnered with the Department of Trade and Industry, the MCPI and the Alliance for Philippine Partners for Enterprise Development to expand the financing ecosystems of the Negosyo centers nationwide.
The overall medical care component of the CPI (MCPI) "covers only that part of healthcare commodities, services and health insurance premiums that consumers pay for 'out of pocket'" (BLS 2015a).
The sample industrial enterprises in and around Kolkata selected for this study include three PSUs (DSP, Durgapur; GRSE Ltd., Kolkata and NTPC Ltd., Farakka) and two PSEs (EXIDE, Haldia and MCPI, Haldia).
According to a Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC) study (2004), "the Philippines is one of a few countries with a well-defined policy and regulatory architecture for microfinance." A 2005 country profile written by the Microfinance Council of the Philippines (MCPI) describes aspects of the microfinance market in the Philippines.
In: Almeida MA, Mendes EG, Hayaashi MCPI. Temas em Educacao Especial: Multiplos olhares.
MCPI Application--A scalable Human--Computer Interaction (HCI) // Proceedings of ED-MEDIA 2008 World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunications.--Vienna, Austria, 2008.--P.
The price indices examined in this paper include the Consumer Price Index (CPI), the consumer price index less food and energy (CPILF), the Gross Domestic Product chain-type price index (CTPI), the GDP deflator (DEF), the personal consumption expenditures index (PCE), the personal consumption expenditures index less food and energy (PCELF), and the Median Consumer Price Index (MCPI).
Medical device prices have increased at an average annual rate of 1.1 percent, compared to the Consumer Price Index (CPI) increase of 2.9 percent, the Medical Consumer Price Index (MCPI) increase of 4.9 percent and the Medical Services Consumer Price Index Increase of 5.2 percent.
For at least seven decades, the BLS Medical CPI (MCPI) has grown about half again as fast as the overall CPI; between 1927 and 1996, for example, the MCPI rose at an average annual growth rate of 4.59 percent, compared with 3.24 percent for the CPI (Berndt and others 1998a and 1998b).
Then, we examine changes from year to year in mean prescription reimbursements and how these changes compare with changes in the medical consumer price index (MCPI).