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What does IP stand for?

IP stands for Issue Point (various uses)


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In a closed session amid conflicting reports on the possibility of reaching a full comprehensive agreement, due to the main issue point remains agreeing on acceptable levels of enrichment, which renders uranium suitable for power generation and making nuclear medicines, but which also, at high levels of purity, can produce a nuclear weapon, while the other issue is on the future of Iran's nuclear a reactor (Arak), which is designed to produce plutonium and still being heavily disputed.
Senior officials well versed with the issue point out that the DPC Act very clearly provides for the CAG to carry out a performance audit and the regulations were framed and notified in the official gazette in November 2007.
The solution allows businesses to: create professional loyalty clubs directly online; maintain up-to-date customer lists; issue points and reward vouchers; group customers by interests and demographics; send personalised e-mail marketing messages; and view real-time statistics and usage reports.
He stressed that it reaches no conclusions as to whether any particular issue points in favour of UK membership or against it, nor even the relative importance of the issue in question.
A guest editorial in the same issue points out that consumers ingest increasing amounts of papain in fast-food products, and approximately 100,000 chemonucleolysis procedures are performed in the United States each year.
A business-to-business solution that affords clients a unique customer relationship management (CRM) tool, AwardTrack is a turn-key private label loyalty program that enables Web retailers and content sites to issue points to Web users as a reward for making purchases, completing surveys or investigating promotions.