CRES


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CRES

Abbreviation for:
cost-releasing efficiency savings (Medspeak-UK)
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While considering previous definitions of CREs (Auchincloss et al.
Muchas fueron las dificultades que enfrento la CRES, incluso desde su creacion, pues empezo a funcionar bastante tarde, el 26 de mayo de 2009, lo que genero dudas respecto a la verdadera intencion del gobierno por concederle autonomia y capacidad tecnica para alcanzar un mejoramiento en la direccion del sistema (19).
Si algo podemos afirmar es que una vez que se haya definido el alcance de las competencias de la CRES nunca adelantaremos un manual tarifario sin la participacion de las sociedades cientificas y de los diferentes actores del SGSSS.
Publisher: Daniel Boulanger Sales rep: Jacques Long, National Sales Director 1378 Roxborough Cres, Burlington, Ontario L7M lW9, 905/335-5700, FAX: 905/335-5001, (info@Iongcomm.net)
The implication for the CRES market is that purpose-built technologies are not likely to be commercialized in the next two years.”
As of 31 March 2011 the ING CRES portfolio of listed securities totalled approximately USD20.5bn of assets under management and CBRE Investors had USD37.9bn of total assets under management, including USD2.4bn of listed real estate securities.
City police spokesman Pol Maj Gen Piya Uthayo said police are now responsible for stepping up security at the rally site and preventing violence following the restructuring of the CRES. (ANI)
He taught middle school math and science for the Cres well School District.
Prudential CRES Commercial Real Estate (Medford, NY), one of the region's premier providers of comprehensive real estate services, once again scored multiple winners at the annual business conference of Prudential Real Estate's Commercial Services organization.
Sales rep: Jacques Long, 1378 Roxborough Cres, Burlington, ON L7M 1W9, 905/335-5700,
Miss B Lucas, Downing Cres, Bedworth; Mrs P Lomax, Garden Grove, Bedworth;
In today's "new" economy, corporate real estate departments (CREs) often struggle to keep pace with the rapid and dramatic changes spurred by the onslaught of mergers and acquisitions, high employment rates, and an increased focus on global business.