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AcronymDefinition
PESOSPrepare, Explain, Show, Observe, Supervise (training model)
PESOSPhoto-Electron Spectroscopy of the Outer Shell
PESOSPrinciples of Engineering Service Oriented Systems
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Operating expenses were up 70 percent for the reporting period and stood at just under 1.7 billion pesos, owing to additional office, property and equipment expenses along with amortization of right-of-use assets.
Under the updated PIP as of March, the government wanted to spend 7.4 trillion pesos on 7,807 priority projects that will accelerate infrastructure development, as mandated under the medium-term socioeconomic blueprint Philippine Development Plan (PDP) 2017-2022.
Almost all currencies are 'fully convertible,' meaning that you can exchange Philippine peso for the local currency.
The peso, one of Asia's worst-performing currency this year, has taken a beating together with regional peers like the Indonesian rupiah after the US Federal Reserve raised policy rates three times this year.
The peso has depreciated against the greenback in the wake of the decision of the Federal Reserve, the US central bank, to raise US interest rates for the second time this year.
Second quarter EBITDAR reached USD 3.3 billion pesos, a 14.6% year-on-year increase.
Os pesos corporais obtidos individualmente com o uso da fita metrica tradicional (multiplicado por 2,8) e com a fita toracica de pesagem podem ser melhor observados no grafico 2.