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RPI

Abbreviation for reticulocyte production index.
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Sajid Javid has joined in, putting off even thinking about RPI for the next few months, and delaying any plans to ditch or reform it for up to 11 years.
Athawale said senior RPI leader Avinash Matekar has got a ministerial berth in the expanded Maharashtra Cabinet and is set to take oath at the Raj Bhavan on Sunday.
The terms state you may be allowed to leave without paying a charge if the rise is of "material detriment", for example a bigger rise than the RPI rate - which was 2.7% in December.
The committee claims the ONS openly admits the RPI error, but has refused to ask the Chancellor to approve a correction as it believes the Treasury will not want to upset financially index-linked gilt holders.
The Reserve Account covers the mismatch between the IPM index used to adjust RPI payments and the IPC index used in the calculation of the VAC equivalent of interest and principal.
For the first phase covering 70 hectares, RPI is supplying the houses and lots worth between P1.3 million for a 45-square-meter (sq-m) two-floor unit and about P3.2 million for a 121-sq-m unit.
Previously, RPI operated a different listing service, but it has been deactivated.
The Office for National Statistics (ONS) says any use of RPI instead of the superior alternative measures of inflation "should be closely scrutinised".
According to the ONS, in recent years RPI has been around 1 percentage point higher than CPI.
By statute, a petition for a post-grant proceeding must name the real party-in-interest ("RPI").