Puerto Rico Planning Board (PB) President Ruben Flores Marzan cut the economic-growth estimates for the current 2013 fiscal year (ends June 30) nearly in half, to 0.
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PRPB stands for Puerto Rico Planning Board
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- Post-Retirement Pension Adjustment (Alaska)
- Prairie Region of Photographic Arts
- Prince Rupert Port Authority (Canada, formerly Prince Rupert Port Corporation)
- Professional Race Pilots Association
- Puerto Rico Ports Authority (Puerto Rican government agency)
- Powell River Parks and Wilderness Society (Powell River, British Columbia, Canada)
- Parti de la Révolution Populaire du Bénin (French: People's Revolutionary Party of Benin)
- Place-of-Residence-by-Place-of-Birth (demographics)
- Popular Revolutionary Party of Benin (military dictatorship)
- Panhandle Regional Planning Commission
- Panretinal Photocoagulation
- Paper Recycling Promotion Center (Japan; est. 1974)
- Pega Rules Process Commander
- Pelvic Rehabilitation Practitioner Certification
- petroleum refining and petrochemical
- Philippine Refugee Processing Center
- Piano Regolatore Particolareggiato Comunale (Italian: Overall Municipal Plan; Italy)
- Pickerington/Reynoldsburg/Pataskala/Canal Winchester (Prowlers High School Hockey Club; Columbus, Ohio)
- Portland Rifle & Pistol Club (Portland, Oregon)
Samples in periodicals archive:
According to the Puerto Rico Planning Board, it has dropped 63% from $2.
A vast majority of the economic indicators continue to be worrisome, according to the Puerto Rico Planning Board October Socio-economic Activity Report, which includes detailed data for fiscal year 2011 (July 2010-June 2011), reports Caribbean Business (Oct.
Prepa has also signed a power purchase agreement with a 45-megawatt wind farm in Guayanilla, which won clearance from the Puerto Rico Planning Board to be developed this year.
First-phase construction, to begin in September, includes improvements and expansion to Road 695, which will lead to the Monte Rey complex, as well as site preparation and construction of the area's first commercial building: a 40,000-sq-ft stand-alone "box" for a mega retailer, according to a company source; Last year's Supreme Court ruling on Monte Rey upheld project approvals originally granted by the Puerto Rico Planning Board.
Sources at the Puerto Rico Planning Board say the plan calls for the development of 100 CVS drugstore locations here during the next three years.
Puerto Rico Planning Board President Angel Rodriguez announced that the value of registered exports for the month of September was US$5.