PCG

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AcronymDefinition
PCGProfessional Contractors Group
PCGPhilippine Coast Guard (Philippines)
PCGPlan Comptable Général (French: General Accounting Plan)
PCGPC Gamer (magazine)
PCGPhilippine Consulate General
PCGPhonocardiogram (heart high fidelity recording)
PCGPhiladelphia Church of God
PCGPrivate Client Group (banking)
PCGPlatform Compatibility Guide
PCGPersonal Computer Group
PCGPersonal Computer Game
PCGPreconditioned Conjugate Gradient
PCGPentecostal Church of God
PCGPeaks Coaching Group (Bedford, VA)
PCGPaclitaxel/Cisplatin/Gemcitabine (chemotherapy regimen)
PCGProtein Crystal Growth
PCGPrimary Care Group
PCGPolice Coast Guard (Singapore)
PCGPasig City Government (Philippines)
PCGPost-Challenge Glucose
PCGProject Control Group
PCGPolicy Compliance Group (various organizations)
PCGProject Coordination Group
PCGPasch Consulting Group (digital marketing; Eatontown, NJ)
PCGPersonnel Consulting Group (Louisiana)
PCGPlains Cotton Growers
PCGProtestants for the Common Good
PCGPolicy Coordination Group (NATO)
PCGPrimary Care Giver
PCGPaso Caballos, Guatemala (Airport code)
PCGPower Control Group
PCGPure Country Gold (Portland, OR rock/punk band)
PCGParent Company Guarantee
PCGPakistan Coast Guards
PCGPeace Campaign Group (India)
PCGProgram Coordination Group
PCGPFE Clock Generator (Juniper Networks, Inc. routers)
PCGProjected Conjugate Gradient
PCGPlatform Components Group
PCGProfitability Consulting Group
PCGProcess Communication Graph
PCGPackaged Consumer Goods
PCGPartido Comunista Guatemalteco (Guatemala)
PCGPolicy Coordinating Group
PCGPatriot Computer Group
PCGPatrol Chaser (Missile)
PCGPower Converter Group
PCGPower Control Generator
PCGPeacekeeping Core Group (US interagency policy development body)
PCGProtestant Cinema Guild
PCGPorsche Club of Geneva
PCGProgressive Clergy of Georgia
PCGPharmaceutical Cost Group
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Gains will be fueled by expansion of the world's packaged consumer goods markets and by the development and penetration of technologically sophisticated, value-added labels which serve a range of functions in addition to product identification.
Fifty percent of that represents the foodservice operator, including liquor, and packaged consumer goods at about another $400 billion.