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BOP

Abbreviation for:
basic oxygen process (Chemistry)
BCNU, Oncovin, prednisone
bleomycin, Oncovin, Platinol

BOP

Oncology A chemotherapy regimen:
1. BCNU, Oncovin, prednisone.
2. Bleomycin, Oncovin, Platinol.
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Unfortunately, after the Musharraf government from 2007 to 2012 under the umbrella of democratic government Pakistan's balance of payment suffered badly due to corruption.
Empirical work on the monetary approach to the balance of payments can be divided into two different approaches; one tests the theory in long-run equilibrium, the other considers the adjustment mechanism and the channels through which equilibrium is reached.
The balance of payments is a statistical statement that systematically records all the economic transactions between residents of a country (central government, monetary authority, banks, other sectors) and non-residents for a specific time period.
In August, the balance of payments, an overall measure of all current payments into and out of a country or region, had posted a surplus of 3.
At present the balance of payment deficit is the highest since records began and there is very little mention of this in the popular press and media.
For the first half of fiscal 2002, income from overseas investments accounted for 59 percent of the current balance of payments surplus, and the trade/income surplus of [yen] 10.
Taiwan's balance of payments turned negative in the third quarter for the first time in two years, posting a $437 million deficit, the Central Bank of China said Monday.
Balance of Payments (In billions of yen, with year-on-year percentage changes in parentheses)
If your company is a direct investor, carefully consider your projected balance of payments at the company level and your needs for foreign-exchange and domestic currency in your overall forecasts and contingency plans, since you'll probably need a projected positive balance-of-payments position to get your business proposal approved.
Distinguished in the areas of economic growth and balance of payments and author of several books, A.
The more recent work for example, Buffie (1986) and Lizondo and Montiel (1989) involves intermediate imports and a fully specified aggregate supply sector, and this work recognises that there are at least two kinds of perverse results that can follow from devaluation: the balance of payments can worsen, and the level of employment can fall.
The cereal element of the CCFF provides financing to member countries experiencing balance of payments problems caused by an excess in the cost of their cereal imports that is both temporary and beyond the control of the authorities.

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