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What does RN stand for?

RN stands for Radio Nederland (Dutch international broadcast service)

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In a context of economic stability, higher domestic consumption, promotion of domestic production, and a rise in exports reactivated an economy that was able to escape the international crisis and achieve levels of sustained growth," said Radio Nederland in a pre-election assessment published on Sept.
They were identified as Peter Rohi of the Jakarta daily Suara Bangsa, his son Joaquim Rohi, a stringer for Indonesia media, and Mindho Rajagoekgoek, an Indonesian correspondent for Radio Nederland.
Economically, and above all socially, things are bad not only because of the crisis," wrote a Radio Nederland analyst, who added, "Defense spending pushed aside what should have been essential priorities--health, housing, and education.
Even before April 4 it was clear that the opposition in Bolivia was a conglomeration of voices, there was no single, binding force but rather a number of opponents incapable of coordinating actions or submitting to a unified leadership," said political analyst Roger Tuero in statements quoted by Radio Nederland.
Peter Kornbluh, a senior analyst and director of the Chile and Brazil projects at the Washington-based National Security Archive (NSA), told Radio Nederland, "What the [Brazilian] military want is that, if their crimes are investigated, the actions of the left in the years before and after the 1964 coup also be investigated.
Analysts quoted by Radio Nederland said, "Unlike in the recent past, Morales will encounter an adverse international climate, especially after the electoral victory of Sebastian Pinera (see NotiSur, 2010, 01-22), the rightist candidate in Chile.
In statements reproduced by Radio Nederland, Alfredo Boccia, a columnist for the Asuncion daily Ultima Hora, said, "Beyond the trial that the press has engaged in from the outset and that legislators are now trying to formalize, Lugo's popularity has suffered from the paternity scandals.
Sources: Prensa Latina, 09/26/09; La Jornada (Mexico), 09/27/09; SERPAL, Servicio de Prensa Alternativo (Spain), 09/11/09, 10/10/09; BBC Mundo, 09/16-17/09, 10/09-10/09, 10/19/09; Agence France-Presse, 06/06/09, 09/18/09, 09/27/09, 10/04/09, 10/17/09, 10/30/09; Agencia Informativa Catolica Argentina (AICA), 09/12/09, 10/30/09; Radio Nederland, 09/01/09, 09/17/09, 10/03/09, 11/02/09; ANSA, 09/23/09, 09/28/09, 09/30/09, 10/04/09, 10/19/09, 10/31/09, 11/02/09; Clarin (Argentina), 09/22-25/09, 09/27/09, 10/09-10/09, 10/16/09, 10/28/09, 11/03-04/09; Spanish news agency EFE, 10/10/09, 10/14/09, 10/17/09, 11/04/09; Pagina 12 (Argentina), 09/22-25/09, 09/27/09, 10/08-11/09, 10/16/09, 10/30/09, 11/01-03/09, 11/05/09)