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AcronymDefinition
VAVirginia (US postal abbreviation)
VADepartment of Veterans Affairs (US)
VAVolt-Ampere
VAVirtual Assistant
VAVarese (Lombardia, Italy)
VAVeterans Affairs
VAVirtual Airlines
VAVisual Arts
VAValue Analysis
VAVatican City State (top level domain)
VAValue Added
VAVarious Artists
VAViola
VAVivaldi
VAVoir Aussi (French: See Also)
VAVeterans Administration (now Department of Veterans Affairs)
VAVirtual Address
VAVanadium
VAVoice Actor
VAVanaf (Dutch: From, used in pricing)
VAVoice Activated
VAVice Admiral
VAVariable Annuity
VAVulnerability Assessment
VAVibration Analysis
VAVoluntary Aided (UK school status)
VAVisual Acuity
VAVolcanic Ash (METAR obscuration)
VAVinyl Acetate
VAViterbi Algorithm
VAVisiting Associate (various schools)
VAVickers-Armstrong (British gun manufacturer)
VAVisual Aid
VAVolare Airlines (Italy)
VAVibro-Acoustic (software)
VAValidation Authority (digital certificates)
VAValuation Allowance
VAView Askew (gaming, Counter Strike)
VAAmbulance Plane (US Navy)
VAVaginal Atrophy
VAValor Award (Australian police award)
VAVariable Account
VAVirtual Analog
VAVotre Altesse (French: Your Highness)
VAVertical Angle
VAVertex Array (game programming)
VAVital Area
VAVeterans Agency (UK government)
VAAircraft speed
VAViscosity Agent (concrete)
VAVideo Amplifier
VAVulnerable Area
VAVicar Apostolic
VAVentriculoatrial
VAVehicle Analysis
VAVelocity Analysis
VAVillous Adenoma
VAViral Arthritis
VAVascular Aging
VAVentricular Atrial
VAVolume Absorber (physics)
VAVariational Approximation
VAVérification d'Aptitude (Informatique)
VAVerbal Area (audio/video chat software)
VAVisionAIR, Inc (Atlanta, GA public safety software manufacturer)
VAVerkaufsagent (German: Selling Agent; eBay)
VAVisual Accounting
VAVacation Absence
VAVisual Training Aid Specialist (US Navy)
VAVietnamese Airlines
VAVertical Accelerator
VAVulnerability Analyzer (information security)
VAVices Agens (Latin: Acting in Place Of, epigraphy)
VAVictoria and Albert Order (British)
VAMaximum-Design Maneuvering Velocity
VAVentanas Alemanas (Guatemala)
VAVariant Armour (gaming)
VAVermont American, Inc.
VAVixit Annos (Latin: He Lived (insert number) Years, epigraphy)
VAFixed Wing, Heavier Than Air Aircraft, Attack (US Navy)
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The value added at constant prices of non-oil activities decreased by 1.1 per cent while oil activities increased by 8.9 per cent .
'I hope the discussions today from the summit will, I am sure, have covered many of these issues and considered the challenges and solutions for digital growth in Botswana, and I am very pleased that the Botswana Value Added summit has provided the opportunity for an in depth consideration of the benefits of incorporating VAS,' said Ms Ransome.
As for the value added in the non-manufacturing industries sector, in the fourth quarter of the year it has decreased by 3.6% compared to the same period last year, mainly due to the decline in production of the petroleum and natural gas extraction sector (-14.2%).
Labour productivity also decreased 2.9 per cent y-o-y in the mining and quarrying sector, while value added declined to a negative 4.6 per cent and hours worked fell by 1.7 per cent.
In a statement posted online, the OCCI has invited business owners to attend this first of its kind event on Value Added Tax".
The cotton yarn prices has been increased by 30% percent and that sharp increase in the cotton yarn price making the Value Added Textile Export Sector uncompetitive in the international market which will lead to negative impact on exports which is persistently increasing during current fiscal.
He said presently value added textile export sector is already facing stiff competition in the global market due to highest cost of inputs gas, electricity and water compared to regional competitors like Bangladesh, India, Vietnam, Sri Lanka etc.
Major players in the South Asian region have penetrated successfully in the textile industry and started exporting value added products.
The economics of value-added agriculture is muddled by different definitions of "value added" used in finance, economics, and public policy, as well as by firms and the public (Lambert, Lim, and Tweeten, 2006; Amanor-Boadu, 2007).
Methodologists generally agree that value added estimates can serve as a gauge of some dimensions of teacher effectiveness.