The public sector in NSW also includes a number of public trading enterprises (PTEs) owned by the government, in sectors such as electricity (generation and distribution), water, ports, and rail.
What does PTE stand for?
PTE stands for Public Trading Enterprise
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Business, finance, etc.
See other definitions of PTE
We have 110 other meanings of PTE in our Acronym Attic
- Professional Technical Education (various locations)
- Professional Technical Employee
- Programa Educativo del Niño, Niña y Adolescente Trabajador (Guatemala)
- Programming Tools and Environments
- Prohibited Transaction Exemption (Department of Labor)
- proportion of treatment effect explained by surrogate endpoint (statistical validation of intermediate endpoints for chronic diseases)
- Prouhet-Tarry-Escott Problem
- Provisioning Technical Engineer
- PT Enthusiasts (Chrylser PT Cruiser owners group)
- Public Testing Environment (gaming)
- Pulmonary Thrombo Embolism
- Pulmonary Thrombo Endarterectomy
- Push the Envelope (idiom)
- Private Limited
- Pemberton Township Education Association (Pemberton, NJ)
- Pollard Thomas Edwards Architects (London, England, UK)
- Preliminary Training Effectiveness Analysis
- Professional and Technical Employees Association (various locations)
- Particle Total Exposure Assessment Methodology
- Physical Teardown Evaluation & Allocation
Samples in periodicals archive:
The state's major functional areas of operating expenditure are education and health, but the wider public sector includes a number of Public Trading Enterprises (PTE) that are involved in areas such as energy and rail.
The wider public sector in Queensland includes several Public Trading Enterprises involved in areas such as energy and rail.