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NTP

Abbreviation for nucleoside 5'-triphosphate.
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It is also expected that important indicators on economic development, unemployment and inflation will affect the euro, which will be published on July 31 at 13:00 (UTC +4), while forecasts of the global stock market suggesting that the euro may fall in price to $1.10 are supported by forecasts of a decrease in inflation.
LTTS has been a long-standing engineering partner for UTC. It has been 'UTC Supplier Gold' since 2015.
Through their proprietary Goodrich Estane surface material, UTC Aerospace Systems' pneumatic de-icers are specially formulated to provide greater resistance to cold cracking, ozone, UV and aircraft fluids compared to traditional de-icers.
The Newcastle UTC will be fully focussed on the information technology and healthcare science sectors, the subjects being seen as vital to providing future employees with the skills needed to drive the North East forward.
'UTC is a perfect one-stop centre when it comes to official work.
Rating Watch Negative: The Rating Watch Negative reflects the incremental debt and leverage incurred by UTC to fund the acquisition of COL, as well as other concerns described below.
The partnership agreement is a renewal of a contract signed between FSG Bank, NA and UTC Athletics in 2014, as an investment in education for student athletes.
UTC Leeds will offer courses specialising in advanced manufacturing and engineering to 14 to 18-year-olds and will be the first UTC in the area.
According to the America Competes Act of 2007, maintenance of UTC in the United States is a joint responsibility of the Secretary of Commerce and the Secretary of the Navy.
Qatar Airways picks US-based UTC Aerospace to provide a suite of nacelle maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) services for selected Airbus aircraft operated by the flag carrier.
The proposal to create the Warrington borough council-backed University Technical College (UTC) is being spearheaded by sponsor the University of Chester alongside industry partners including United Utilities and Sellafield.