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TN

The two-character ISO 3166 country code for TUNISIA.
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In 2009, TNS is expecting another extremely positive year and we look forward to meeting the new challenges that lie ahead.
July 15, 2004: Osters 2 TNS 0 July 29, 2004: TNS 1 Osters 2
TNS presence is felt throughout the show, as Nick Burfitt, global director of RPD Services, TNS media research and Julian Dobinson, insight director - Content at Sky will be examining the impact that the Skyview STB service has had on Sky's business since its launch in 2006.
TNS Healthcare's findings are based on a January 2007 Internet survey of 1,001 doctors--500 primary care physicians, 100 cardiologists, 100 neurologists, 100 gastroenterologists, 100 endocrinologists and 101 psychiatrists.
TNS combines its specialist sector knowledge with expertise in the areas of new product development, motivational research, brand and advertising research and stakeholder management to bring our clients up-to-the minute, internationally consistent information.
TNS technology offers a secure, private network, which enables the movement of market data, IP voice services (ARDs, MRDs and Hoot and Hollers) and instantaneous trade transactions without the potential latency and security risks associated with Internet-based trading applications.
The advertising industry has long called for the emergence of second-by-second viewing data, and as such the TNS research is an invaluable tool for understanding the new digital consumer," said Chris Boothe, president/chief activation officer, Starcom USA.
which was later acquired by TNS and evolved into its Advertising and Brand Performance Division (ABP).
Antoine Shagoury, Amex's Chief Information Officer, said, "The Amex is pleased to be partnering with TNS.
TNS currently has significant connectivity in the Middle East as a result of its long-standing relationship with Ivory Software.
TNS is a leading provider of point-of-sale (POS) transaction processing networking.
TNS has completed a thorough review of its corporate and divisional expenses, and identified approximately $8 to $10 million in costs it plans to eliminate by year-end 2006.