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ABO

Accumulated Benefit Obligation

The present value of the future liability of an employee's pension, assuming that the employee is fired or retires on the date the calculation is performed. For example, the accumulated benefit obligation is what the pension fund must pay the employee should the employer make no further contributions and the employee retires immediately. The accumulated benefit obligation therefore assumes that the employee will make no further contributions to the pension plan. See also: Projected Benefit Obligation.
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Former West Brom defender Abdoulaye Meite could be in for a rough ride when his SJK side face Inter Turku this afternoon
Teleste will be taking part in the project as a technical cooperation partner and will be researching, developing and piloting different Smart City products, applications and services in line with the framework laid out by Turku.
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According to the organizers of the event, 50,000 people braved freezing temperatures at the opening ceremonies in Turku over the weekend, which included fireworks, acrobatics and a lantern procession along the frozen River Aura.
Touko Laaksonen, aka Tom of Finland, was born in Kaarina in Turku province in 1920.
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On its tube was a picture of Turku Castle, the main symbol of our town.
What is most impressive for anyone with an interest in developing knowledge-based economies is the Turku Science Park, which contains three universities, the University Hospital and 300 hi-tech companies in five square kilometres.
Currently, conventional test identifying cholesterol disorders are not effective markers, but the test kit, developed by Sudbury and Turku resident scientists in Europe, has a success rate of over 90 per cent.
Address for correspondence: Johanna Makinen, Mycobacterial Reference Laboratory, National Public Health Institute, Kiinamyllynkam 13, 20520 Turku, Finland; fax: 358-2-331-6699; email: johanna.
The expected 3-4% increase in passenger figures at the airport has reportedly not been realised as Finnair has cut routes from Turku to Mariehamn on the Aland Islands and to Oulu.

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