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AcronymDefinition
T/OTime Out
T/OTake Out (restaurant food)
T/OTurnover
T/OTakeoff
T/OTheater of Operations
T/OTable of Organization
T/OTrain Operator
T/OTarget of Opportunity
T/OTap-off
T/OThermal Oxidizer (equipment used in industrial environmental systems)
T/OTop Offer
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Total retail trade turnover at current prices increased by 5.5 percent (not taking into account the calendar influence).
By main industrial group, overall industry turnover in May this year in relation to May last year increased in the group of intermediate products except energy by 5.1 percent, capital products 19 percent, durable products for general consumption 3.8 percent and nondurable goods for general consumption 8.5 percent.
'The turnover of documents was scheduled at 10:30 am on Friday, June 28, but no member of the transition team of outgoing Mayor Joseph Estrada was present.
In the first three months of this year, turnover in the sector of food and beverage services increased by 2.2 percent, compared to the fourth quarter of 2018.
6 percent in the last quarter of 2018, marginally lower than the revised 0.8 percent turnover rate in the third quarter of last year.
First, over all urban areas, business turnover declined more in service-providing industry sectors than in goods-producing sectors.
Foreign trade turnover with China topped $1.3 billion in Jan-Aug 2018, Russia - $765 million, Kazakhstan - $308.8 million, Uzbekistan - $121.6 million, and Belarus - $20 million.
However, certain areas of the country may experience greater declines in business turnover than others.
The turnover of the restaurant business segment was EUR122.2m, up by 13.6% as compared with EUR107.5m in 2016.
Interaction effect show that in middle management employees in three star hotels have high intentions to quit while five star have lower turnover intentions and vice versa for top management.
Since early 2017, the trade turnover between Uzbekistan and Tajikistan jumped up by 85 percent, exceeding $110 million.