VIPA


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AcronymDefinition
VIPAVirtual IP (Internet Protocol) Address
VIPAVirtual Ip Addressing
VIPAVirgin Islands Port Authority
VIPAVanuatu Investment Promotion Authority (Port Vila, Vanuatu)
VIPAVME International Physics Association
VIPAVisual Process Analyser (water monitoring)
VIPAVirtually-Imaged Phased Array
VIPAVirtual Internet Protocol Addressing
VIPAVision and Passion (Vipa Solutions; Lincoln, NE)
VIPAVanderbilt Intellectual Property Association (Vanderbilt University Law School)
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NAB marks the introduction of Macnica's VIPA 25 PCI Express (PCIe) card.
VIPA is gold in colour and pours with a white head.
Rural women also require avenues for acquiring of skills and also community participation for gainful self-employment to enhance their incomes (Vipa, 2005).
The government has suggested it may sell one of the three main banks, NLB, NKBM or Abanka Vipa, this year.
Public ownership in the banking system is very high (accounting for about 40 percent of banking loans), with the government having substantial stakes in the three biggest banks: the Nova Ljubljanska, Nova Kreditna Banka Maribor and Abanka Vipa.
said Tuesday it will acquire Vipa GmbH, a German maker of programmable logic controllers for factory automation.
Subsequently, the DMRC suggested four track systems -- RHEDA 2000, VIPA, VANGUARD and double fast clip -- to the concessionaire.
In addition the company works with Vipa UK, one of the leading manufacturers of crime prevention products providing church roof protection, alarms and CCTV systems.
9 January 2012 - Slovenian rubber-to-tourism holding company Sava (LJE:SAVA), insurer Zavarovalnica Triglav (LJE:ZVTG) and eight other investors have failed to offload a majority stake in the country's third-largest bank Abanka Vipa (LJE:ABKN), Bloomberg said on Friday.
Apart from NLB, the shareholder group includes brewery Pivovarna Lasko (LJE:PILR), which owns alone 23.34% in Mercator, Abanka Vipa (LJE:ABKN) and Nova Kreditna Banka Maribor (LJE:KBMR), as well as other banks and funds.
As can be seen from Figure 7.2, imports are traced to specific agents in the domestic economy, resulting in distinct import payments to ROW from private households (VIPA), government households (VIGA), and firms (VIFA).