In the building construction cost index with base 2005=100 which consists of October, November, December in the fourth period of 2010, compared to the previous period 1.
What does PP stand for?
PP stands for Previous Period
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We have 134 other meanings of PP in our Acronym Attic
- Premium Processing (US Department of Homeland Security)
- Prepaid (shipping)
- Prepositional Phrase (grammar)
- Present Position
- Preservation Pennsylvania
- Pressure Plan
- Pressure Plug
- Prestige Points (gaming)
- Preterito Pasado (Spanish, grammar)
- Previous Poster (message board thread)
- Prevoyance Professionnelle (French)
- Price Pfister
- Primary Path
- Primary Point (or Dial Post Pay Payphone)
- Primary Pressure
- Primary Production (ecology)
- Primary Progressive (multiple sclerosis)
- Prime Polymer Co., Ltd. (Japan)
- Primo Piano (Italian: Close-Up; photography and filmmaking)
Samples in periodicals archive:
3 million hectares have been devoted to the cereal growing fro the 2009-2010 crop year, up by 100,000 ha compared with the previous period, according to a report published Wednesday by the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development.
Saudi petrochemicals giant Sabic said Sunday it doubled earnings in the third quarter against the previous period as the global economy bottomed out and its product prices surged on higher oil prices.
1% in the previous period and the first time it has dropped to single digits since 2003.
5 ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Consolidated Cash Flows Cash and cash equivalents ("cash") at the end of the consolidated fiscal year were 20,029 million yen, 8,842 million yen less than at the end the previous period (11,186 million yen).
First, we would like to announce a technical correction to the recent filing which accidentally did not include cash on hand from the previous period.
Orders in the three months to October 2005 fell by 6% compared with the previous period, but rose by 7% when compared with that period a year earlier.
sales, detail changes from previous periods and identify where sales rose and/or fell.