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Poutanen, David Richardson, Anu Rebbapragada, Alicia Sarabia, Andrew Simor, Allison McGeer, for the Toronto Invasive Bacterial Diseases Network (TIBDN) [3]
Al Rubai's team includes Simor Jalal, who was also repeatedly praised by the coach.
In Canada, Williams and Simor (2012) found that the MRSA rate in hemodialysis outpatients is approximately 0.58/10,000 patient days.
(2.) Mulvey MR, Bryce E, Boyd D, Ofner-Agostini M, Chistianson S, Simor AE, Paton S and The Canadian Hospital Epidemiology Committee of The Canadian Nosocomial Infection Surveillance Program, Health Canada.
While his predecessor, Andras Simor, was internationally respected for having protected the central bank's independence, Matolcsy announced a few weeks ago that the "new MNB" had to develop "strategic cooperation" with the government, without giving any details.
Prime minister, Viktor Orban, will announce today who will take the place of Andras Simor, whose six-year mandate expires next week.
Analysts attributed the slide to a report late Tuesday in business daily Vilaggazdasag that the government had decided to appoint Matolcsy to replace Andras Simor, whose mandate expires on March 2.
(6.) Naglie G, McArthur M, Simor A, Naus M, Cheung A, McGeer A.
Politics are a factor in monetary policy too since the four rate-setters appointed by the ruling party's majority in parliament have consistently outvoted Governor Andras Simor and his two deputies in the past few months.
E17 -- ECB President Mario Draghi and Hungary Central Bank Governor AndrA s Simor speak at Budapest conference.