This week the Restrictive Practices Court abolished RPM on OTC medicines.
What does RPC stand for?
RPC stands for Restrictive Practices Court
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
See other definitions of RPC
We have 393 other meanings of RPC in our Acronym Attic
- Research and Publications Committee
- Research Planning Committee (various schools)
- Research Program Coordinator (various organizations)
- Réseau de Protection du Consommateur (French: Consumer Protection Network; Canada)
- Réseau des Professionnels Chrétiens (French: Christian Business Network)
- Resistive Plate Chamber
- Resource Planning & Coordination
- Resource Plans Chief (Fabrication Flight, Logistics Support Squadron, Offutt AFB, NE)
- Respecting Patient Choices
- Restricted Path Consistency (graph theory)
- Retirement Planning Center
- Return Postcard (printing and paper industries)
- Returnable Product Container
- Revenue per Call
- Revenue Per Click (internet advertising)
- Reverse Phase Control (theatrical dimmers)
- Reverse Proxy Cache
- Reverse-Phase Chromatography
- Revised Penal Code (Philippines)
- Reynolds Porter Chamberlain (law firm; UK)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Restrictive Practices Court in London lifted the law despite strong opposition.
But the Restrictive Practices Court in London held that the benefits of the pounds 743m package outweighed its disadvantages and declared the deal between Sky television and the Premier League was in the public interest.
Currently his satellite Sky channel is facing an investigation by Britain's Restrictive Practices Court because of "excessive" market power.
We are delighted that the Restrictive Practices Court ruled that our Premier League rights contract is pro competition and in the public interest.
Asda has started its court battle to abolish Resale Price Maintenance for Over The Counter medicines at the Restrictive Practices Court.
But the Restrictive Practices Court threw out the complaint.
But the Restrictive Practices Court threw out the Office of Fair Trading's complaint.