RTBS

AcronymDefinition
RTBSRoad to Big Star (music)
RTBSReason To Be Single
RTBSRed Tailed Black Shark (tropical freshwater fish)
RTBSReal-Time Billing System
RTBSReal-Time Bidirectional Search
RTBSRadio Talking Book Services (Omaha, NE)
RTBSRemains To Be Seen/Solved
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Several years' worth of return-tobase (RTB) data has been gathered and is now helping them understand how to tackle the causes and frequency of these events, which erode the confidence of passengers -- and operators' budgets.
The government is currently selling 30-billion-peso ($579 million) RTBs to help augment state funds.
To justify and hopefully reduce overall treatment with its associated burden of care, renal tumour biopsy (RTB) has been proposed as a safe, accurate and reliable method to identify the histology of SRMs before treatment.(4-7) Although the use of active surveillance for SRMs is increasing, this strategy in surgical candidates could be refined based on RTB results.
The 11th tranche of RTBs was during the administration of then President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo while the 20th tranche was offered last year, the third in the administration of President Rodrigo R.
Unmet demand from cancelled T-bond auctions and a shortened Retail Treasury Bond (RTB) offer period also contributed to the drop in T-bill yields.
Frankel (1997) reports dozens of other RTBs around the world, most of which are among small countries.
Domestic borrowings from retail Treasury bonds (RTBs) reached P235.83 billion, while Treasury bills (T-bills) reached P113.28 billion in the January-to-March period this year.
National Government borrowings reach P624 billion in 1st quarter !-- -- Mary Grace Padin (The Philippine Star) - June 3, 2019 - 12:00am MANILA, Philippines The national government's borrowings in the first quarter tripled to P623.6 billion following the issuance of Retail Treasury Bonds (RTBs) to small investors last March, according to the Bureau of the Treasury.
To entice young Filipinos, especially the millennials, to invest their extra cash or savings in the government's retail treasury bonds (RTBs), Dominguez disclosed in a recent meeting with his staff about his purchase of the IOUs for his six grandchildren whose ages are from nine to 22 years-old.