The associations have welcomed the International Monetary Fund's (IMF) review of Brazil's compliance with crucial Insurance Core Principles (ICPs).
What does CP stand for?
CP stands for Core Principles
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We have 227 other meanings of CP in our Acronym Attic
- Cooperative Program
- Coordination Point (TTCN)
- Coordination Post
- Coordination Processor
- Copper Piece (gaming)
- Copy (Unix command)
- Copy Protected
- Cor Pulmonale
- Core Performance (athletic training)
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00 Paperback Heidelberger Schriften zum Wirtschaftsrecht und Europarecht; 64 KJE2451 This monograph on the external policies of the European Union examines the core principles of the union, the acquis communautaire, as a basis for the development of policy for dealing with nonmember states.
And so I challenge each of you to consider how we all might do some things differently, while maintaining our core principles of nonpartisanship and speaking with one voice.
The courses are designed for federal and commercial contracting personnel who want to master the core principles, regulations, and procedures that govern federal procurement.
Mirroring the success of our healthcare fund, this real estate fund will reflect our core principles of being highly selective, focused and disciplined in our investment strategy.
The senator, commented Dionne, "suggested that Democrats could prevail not by retreating from their core principles, but by demonstrating that those principles were consistent with the values held by many Americans who call themselves conservative.