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ABG

Abbreviation for arterial blood gas. See: blood gases.

ABG

abbreviation for arterial blood gas.

ABG

Abbreviation for:
abnormal blood gas
air bone gap
alveolar bone grafting
area-based grant (Medspeak-UK)
arterial blood gases
autogenous bone graft
axiobuccogingival (Dentistry)

ABG

1. Arterial blood gas.
2. Axiobuccogingival–dentistry.

ABG

Abbreviation for air-bone gap.
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Vishal Singal joins ABG as an Associate and will manage, develop and implement strategy and marketing research projects.
ABG said it is preparing to announce a new long-term, strategic partner in the US and Canada for key categories that will launch at retail in spring 2016.
ABG chairman Shaikh Saleh Abdullah Kamel said the results reflect the ability of the group to maintain steady state of growth over the past eight years, even during the recent fluctuated political conditions regionally and economic developments globally.
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Fitch believes ABG is on track for strong performance for the full year 2012 due to the inclusion of results from AE, with revenues and adjusted EBITDA expected to increase meaningfully.
He expressed hope that ABG business would witness growing impetus which would positively contribute to fostering the economic growth of the countries in which ABG units operate, relying on the business module based on Musharakah processes and a growth strategy based on full knowledge of markets, while maintaining the quality of financing portfolio in the meantime.
Ratings assigned to ABG derive strength from its strong financial and growth indicators, conservative asset risk profile vis-a-vis local peers, diversification benefits stemming from the group's multinational presence, and adequate liquidity maintained at subsidiary level.