Nonetheless, MSCI postponed its decision again in December 2011 to get more time to study whether both countries merit promotion and to give additional time for market participants to assess the effectiveness of these models and for the regulators and the stock exchanges to address the remaining concerns raised by international institutional investors.
What does MP stand for?
MP stands for Merit Promotion
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- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 204 other meanings of MP in our Acronym Attic
- Meeting Point
- Mega Pixel (digital cameras)
- Melphalan-Prednisone (chemotherapy)
- Melrose Place (TV show)
- Melting Point
- Member of Parliament
- Member of Parliament (also seen as MoP)
- Mental Pain
- Meridian Park (Elementary School; Shoreline School District)
- Merit Party (armed wing of the ANC; South Africa)
Samples in periodicals archive:
In FY2010, nearly 30 percent were competitive, meaning the employee applied through the merit promotion process for a position of a higher grade.
Celtic's youth guru John McLaughlin believes tonight's final is a chance for his players to prove they merit promotion towards the first team.
Byline: Bill Ballou COLUMN: RED SOX NOTES CLEVELAND - It is not exactly a merit raise, but Coco Crisp got a merit promotion before last night's game.
Esquilache attempted to reform this system by introducing merit promotions, as well as recruiting military officers into the system, often into positions previously reserved for the bureaucratic elite.
Most of the 258 announcements reviewed resulted in agencies issuing multiple certificates, including multiple DEU certificates and certificates for merit promotion.
Falkirk's ground sharing proposal with Airdrie was deemed not strong enough to merit promotion by the majority of Premierleague clubs.