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What does IP stand for?

IP stands for International Protection (CENELEC)

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His new responsibilities as executive vice president include operational responsibility for Genworth's International Protection and Wealth Management segments, part of Genworth's Corporate and Other Division, as well as for Genworth's Corporate Development activities.
ASYLUM seekers and those entitled to international protection will receive psychological and social support after a programme was launched by Cyprus' University of Technology TEPAK and Enoros Consulting LTD.
The publication points out that more people are displaced annually by natural disasters than by conflict and warns of a gap in international protection when it comes to people who flee across borders to escape the impact of climate change or natural disasters as they are not recognized as refugees under international law.
The Thera Extra's electrical components have IP 66 international protection ratings enabling the device to be used in wet environments.
Al-Jubeir provided a briefing on the draft noting that the principle of condemning terrorist acts against those enjoying international protection is a principle of universal concern as international conventions provide for their protection and the protection of diplomatic immunity drawing attention to the negative impact posed by the violation of this principle on international relations.
Al-Jubeir provided a briefing on the draft noting that the principle of condemning terrorist acts against those enjoying international protection is a principle of universal concern as international conventions provide for their protection and the protection of diplomatic immunity drawing attention to the negative impact posed by the violation of this principle on international relations.