The US Inter Press Service news agency (IPS) in an article titled 'US Escalation Against Iran Would Carry High Cost for Global Economy' by Jasmin Ramsey, warned that the world economy would bear substantial costs if the US took steps to significantly escalate the conflict with Iran over its nuclear program.
What does IPSNA stand for?
IPSNA stands for Inter Press Service News Agency
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- Indiana-Purdue Student Newspapers (Fort Wayne, IN)
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- Institut de Protection et de Sûreté Nucléaire (French: Institute for Protection and Nuclear Safety(French: Institute for Protection and Nuclear Safety; Atomic Energy Commission and Energy Alternatives)
- International Product Safety News
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- Independent Press Standards Organisation (UK)
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- Input, Processing, Storage, Output (computer engineering)
- International Peace Support Operations (course)
- International Psychoanalytic Studies Organization (since 1971)
- International Psychology Students Organization
- Internet Protocol Security Option
- Irish Payment Services Organisation (Ireland)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
au quoted director of the West Coast National Park, Jaime Gonzalez as telling the Inter Press Service news agency.
The Inter Press Service News Agency (IPS) (Rome) reported on December 28, 2006, that depositors would be allowed access to their funds.
This is one of the central ideas of a book published by a Chilean anthropologist-the first of its kind in Chile, according to a story carried on the Inter Press Service News Agency (IPS) wire, May 23, 2006.
The Inter Press Service News Agency (IPS) (Rome) reported on November 25, 2005 that remittances were not a solution to poverty overall, but they often kept families from slipping into poverty.