9-percent expansion in 2011, the Czech Statistical Office said, revising a previous estimate of a 1.
What does CSO stand for?
CSO stands for Czech Statistical Office
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We have 443 other meanings of CSO in our Acronym Attic
- Crowthorne Symphony Orchestra (UK)
- Curvature of the Second Order
- Custom Scenery Object (aka Custom Scenery; also seen as CS; Atari)
- Customer Satisfaction Opportunity
- Customer Service and Operations
- Customer Service Officer
- Customer Service Organization
- Customer Special Order
- Customer Support Office
- Cycles since Overhaul (aviation)
- Coronary Sinus Oxygen Saturation
- Convolutional Self-Doubly Orthogonal Code
- Strict-Sense Convolutional Self-Doubly Orthogonal Code
- Wide-Sense Convolutional Self-Doubly Orthogonal Code
- Cambridge School of Art (UK)
- Centro Social Okupado Autogestionado (Spanish: Self-Managed Squat)
- Christian Service Organizations of America (aka Christian Service Charities, Inc.)
- Cloverleaf Standardbred Owners Association
- Combined Special Operations Area (US DoD)
- Community Services for Older Adults (New Zealand)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Many people adhered to the moral values of Jedi knights from the Star Wars saga," the Czech Statistical Office said in a statement, noting that the invented faith also had a strong following in countries such as New Zealand, statisticians registered 3,977 Jedi knights, or 0.
ADPnews) - Aug 18, 2010 - Czech producer prices stayed unchanged in July compared to the previous month, the Czech Statistical Office said on Monday.
The 2006 Czech Statistical Office study estimates that Czechs spend 6.
In a March 27, 2007 press release, the Czech Statistical Office (CSU) released the findings of its March 2007 consumer confidence survey.
It will take that long just to restore bundles of precious waterlogged files recovered from the Czech Statistical Office.
Data from the Czech Statistical Office reveal that monthly wages in these fields were surprisingly low; in 2001, better average compensation could be found in manufacturing and construction.
9 Source: Employment and Unemployment in the Czech Republic (Prague, Czech Statistical Office, Summer 1996).