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Bromsulphalein

 [brōm-sul´fah-lēn]
trademark for a preparation of sulfobromophthalein sodium, a dye used in a liver function test called the sulfobromophthalein test.

BSP

abbreviation for Bromsulphalein.

BSP

Bromsulphalein, a dye used in the study of liver function. See also sulfobromophthalein clearance test.
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7-2017 (dated October 26, 2017 and implemented last November, 2017) amended the earlier BIR Revenue Regulations requiring five percent creditable withholding tax for sale to BSP of gold and other metallic minerals, as follows:
The ability to meet the inflation target comfortably and mitigating the upside risks is very important to the BSP,' Espenilla told reporters.
BSP (China) has modest standalone credit strength due to the bank's limited franchise, still-evolving business model and untested underwriting standard in the Chinese market.
Also, VC users should properly secure their VC holdings and observe security tips to protect the confidentiality and integrity of personal information and transaction details, the BSP added.
In this particular case, the BSP has identified the mechanical cause of the erroneous printing.
Congress wants to stitch up a SP- BSP alliance as that will give the beleaguered party yet another chance after the Bihar experiment, where it bagged a relatively handsome number of 27 seats, to ride on the back of a winning caste combination and stall the BJP," said a senior BSP leader.
As per environmental and forestry clearances, BSP would mine the ore and transport it to Dalli-Rajhara by rail for the process of beneficiation.
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The BSP earlier said that recent inflation developments, including the tax implementation and its second-round effects, will be at the center of their discussions in the upcoming meeting.
5 percent to four percent inflation is spot-on, as the BSP usually is, this "could raise inflation expectations which may spur BSP to tighten as early as the March meeting.
In the spirit of cooperation, the BSP and PCC also agreed to monitor pricing, mergers, acquisitions and other competition-related issues with regard to BSFIs, their payment system arrangements, and other activities regulated by BSP; and to promptly notify the other of any actual, potential or emerging competition concerns relating thereto in the course of their performance of their respective duties and functions.
BSP Deputy Governor Chuchi Fonacier said the regulator sees more mergers and acquisitions as the BSP offers incentives through various programs including the Consolidation Program for Rural Banks (CPRB).