NPCI

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AcronymDefinition
NPCINikon Photo Contest International
NPCINative Plant Conservation Initiative
NPCINuclear Power Corporation of India
NPCINouveau Parti Communiste Italien
NPCINational Payments Corporation of India
NPCINuovo Partito Comunista Italiano (Italy: New Italian Communist Party)
NPCINational Petrochemical Company of Iran
NPCINetwork Protocol Control Information (SS7 SCCP)
NPCINational Programme of Community Interest
NPCINatural Products Consulting Institute
NPCINational Petrochemical Company International (Iran)
NPCINon-Public Customer Information
NPCINormalized Pigment Chlorophyll Index
NPCINextWave Personal Communications Inc.
NPCINano Pseudo C Interpreted
NPCIlayer N Protocol Control Information
NPCINational Payment Clearinghouse Inc.
NPCINational Park Concessions Incorporated
NPCINeuroPsychiatry Consultants, Inc. (Lima, OH)
NPCINonviolent Physical Crisis Intervention
NPCINational Potato Chip Institute
NPCInet private capital inflows
NPCINominal Protection Coefficient on Input
NPCINational Percutaneous Coronary Intervention (registry)
NPCINIMS-PrOptima Certified Integrator (Mycom International)
NPCINetwork Portal Control Interface
NPCINational Pesticide Information Center
NPCINAVSEA Performance and Compliance Inspection (US Navy)
NPCIRoland Park Library Initiative
NPCINational Pager Communications Inc.
NPCINative Performance Culture Investigation (Canada)
NPCINeutron Phase Contrast Imaging
NPCINational Pipeline Consequence Index
NPCINavigate Person Contact Information
NPCINational Policy on the Construction Industry (Zambia)
NPCInet per-capita income
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BEIRUT: Net private capital inflows to Lebanon were projected to drop 30 percent in 2013, Byblos Bank said over the weekend in its weekly newsletter, citing figures by the Institute of International Finance.
Valuable lessons are to be learned from the collapse in confidence in the South-East Asian region, which only last year had attracted over $56bn in net private capital inflows.
A second lesson from the Mexican experience is merely a variation on a familiar, long-standing theme: If a country is going to run a large current account deficit financed by net private capital inflows, it must ensure that the funds are being wisely invested.
Net private capital inflows into the United States were negligible in the first three quarters of 1993.
Nevertheless, as long as the United States runs substantial current account deficits and net official capital inflows are small, the sum of recorded and unrecorded net private capital inflows must be large and positive: That is, the balance of payments accounts must sum to zero.