Bolsa


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Bolsa

Spanish for stock exchange.

Bolsa

The Spanish term for "stock exchange." Many stock exchanges in Spanish-speaking countries are known by both their Spanish and English names.
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PyMEs a la Bolsa. Disponible en: http:// www.altonivel.com.mx/18851-pymes-a-la-bolsa-es-posible.htm
Bolsa Familia has been called (http://web.worldbank.org/WBSITE/EXTERNAL/COUNTRIES/LACEXT/0,,contentMDK:21447054~pagePK:146736~piPK:226340~theSitePK:258554,00.html) exemplary by the World Bank , and contributed to the reduction of poverty by 27.7 percent during Lula's first term between 2002 and 2006, (http://www.estadao.com.br/noticias/impresso,miseria-no-brasil-cai-277-no-1-mandato-de-lula,54881,0.htm) as shown by EstadA[pounds sterling]o .
El impacto del carbono es menor para una bolsa parable flexible mas liviana que contiene mas producto y usa menos material.
La incorporacion de la BIVA tiene el potencial de reducir los costos de operaciones, alentar la innovacion tecnologica, impulsar la liquidez de muchas acciones inactivas en la BMV y atraer a mas companias para que coticen en bolsa en la segunda economia de America Latina.
Nesta bolsa, sao criterios de elegibilidade a inscricao e matricula no curso e no Cadastro Socioeconomico, instrumento tecnico operado pelos assistentes sociais que suporta o processo de analise.
Ordena tambien la elaboracion de planes de accion y operacion frente a "contingencias operativas" que obligaran a crear "sistemas o canales de comunicacion con las casas de bolsa, con el publico en general, con las contrapartes centrales de valores", entre otros.
En este estudio se evaluaron las declaraciones realizadas por los fabricantes sobre degradabilidad de sus bolsas, usando tecnicas como perdida de masa, absorcion de humedad y perdida de resistencia a la tension.
Bancomer, Accival, and Scotia Casa de Bolsa, and the long-term senior
Bolsa Familia supplies monetary incentives to poor households with schoolage children if the latter are registered in school, being aimed at poor children who have inferior primary education outcomes.