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Benefit Cost Ratio

A ratio representing the benefits of a project or investment compared to its cost. The BCR may be a strictly financial ratio, comparing the expected return to the cost of investment, or it may account for approximations of qualitative measurements.
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"When BCR was associated with Rhondda Life in the past, this was made quite clear and all persons who follow the property market will understand that values of commercial property have fallen considerably."
Responding to a suggestion that BCR had signed a memorandum of understanding with Rhondda Life that proceeds from the sale of the Bell Centre estimated at around pounds 40,000 would be paid over to Rhondda Life, Mr Duxbury said: "I do not have a copy of such a memorandum to validate this.
Bruynseels was brought to the helm of BCR in July 2008 with the task of managing its growth, which had been strong in the previous years.
Which one of the following groups of clinical signs is MOST suggestive of BCR?
Sequence and analysis of the human ABL gene, the BCR gene and regions involved in the Philadelphia chromosomal translocation.
For example into a BCR branch it could be count up to 30 people, instead of 15-20 people for RFZ one.
In addition to "gross investment," the BCR cited private consumption as one of the main factors promoting growth.
Like other PresencePLUS P4 sensors, the BCR vision sensor has an intuitive three-step point-and-click user interface and "teach" capability.
Romania's biggest bank, Banca Comerciala Romana (BCR), said customers should only use ATMs situated around bank branches.
Segun el punto de ruptura de los genes BCR o ABL se produce una proteina de fusion de 210-kD(p210) o 190-kD(p190).
The Electro-Films Back Contact Resistor (BCR) Series combines what is said to be the industry's best film stability over time and temperature with a single-bond design that reduces the number of steps required to manufacture hybrid circuits and minimizes the resistor footprint, ultimately reducing board space.