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On the other hand, RBPI would pay the excess to ONB should the deposit liabilities exceed the gross loans.
As of end-June 2018, RBPI has total assets of P1.31 billion, a loan book of P775.68 million and a deposit base of P1.05 billion.
On the other hand, RBPI founded by the Andres and Santos families in 1967 ranked as the country's 27th largest rural bank in terms of assets with P1.31 billion as of end-June last year.
The Andres and Santos families founded RBPI in 1967, since then building the institution into what BDO now describes as 'one of the best performing rural banks with a strong SME presence in the province of Bulacan, where it currently has 10 branches.'
This is thus our 124th fascicle, and with it, we surpass the mark of two thousand references (counting scientific articles, editorials, book and article reviews, research notes and documents) published since 1958, when the first number of the RBPI became available to the public.
(37) En esta linea, nos adherimos a lo planteado en Sergio Caballero Santos, "Brasil y la region: una potencia emergente y la integracion regional sudamericana", Revista Brasilena de Politica Internacional (RBPI), vol.
The analysis all the articles of RBPI available online (starting in 1997) revealed that out of all the articles published until 2009, only three were dedicated to theory.
The idea of organizing this RBPI special issue was born in April 2014, during an event organized to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the creation of the first undegraduate program in International Relations in Brazil at the University of Brasilia.
Agora Meridiano 47 e a RBPI compartilham basicamente as mesmas regras de submissao, com pequenas diferencas.
Alem de divulgar os repositorios de algumas revistas entao existentes, notadamente, da RBPI e de outros veiculos que ja deixaram de existir, alem do nosso Meridiano, o projeto criava ainda a Revista Cena Internacional e o Boletim Via Mundi--que lamentavelmente, ja nao sao publicados ha alguns anos.
Lowenthal's Foreign Affairs review says: "An important book." In turn, RBPI's review, authored by Prof.
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