TEPCO also revealed an action plan for its business reform, which said the company will have more than 4,000 employees operate in Fukushima to accelerate its work to rebuild the disaster-hit area.
What does BR stand for?
BR stands for Business Reform
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- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 50 other meanings of BR in our Acronym Attic
- Budget Report
- Budget Review (US DoD)
- Buffalo Regals
- Buffer Register
- Build Report
- Builder's Risk
- Bundesrat (Austrian Parlamentary Institution)
- Bureau of Reclamation
- Burlington Resources (energy company; Texas)
- Burst Rate (data communications)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Nowhere has this impact been felt more strongly than here in Saudi Arabia, where tireless campaigning by proponents of business reform has yielded exceptional results, including a rapid increase in foreign and domestic investment and new business formation.
As part of this study, the World Bank monitors and summarizes which business reforms have been implemented and if these reforms have made it easier or more difficult to do business in the country.
As we recently saw during the final days of the legislative year, they were more interested in passing the transgender bathroom bill than working for small business reforms and to make health insurance more affordable," he said in the email.
Macedonia is the most attractive business destination with lowest taxes and best business reforms, Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski said at the 8th Vienna Economic Forum.
Macedonia is the most attractive business destination with the lowest taxes and best business reforms, said Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski in his address at the 8th Vienna Economic Forum held on 22 November, presenting also the conditions offered in the free economic zones in the Republic of Macedonia.
Now she's an out-of-the box administrator at Duke University who has written a stimulating book trumpeting the benefits of computer-based school and business reforms that exploit people's natural tendency to multitask.