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Pip

Used for listed equity securities. Smallest unit of a currency (i.e., cents for US dollars).
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Pip

A subunit of a currency. For example, a cent is a pip for the U.S. dollar and a fill is a pip for the Bahraini dinar. The term is most common in quotes for equity securities.
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To download RosettaNet PIPs 2C1 through 2C10, refer to www.rosettanet.org.
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Support for existing and emerging eCommerce standards, such as binary files, XML (cXML, BizTalk, RosettaNet, CBL, XML.org), EDIINT and other documents
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For instance, RosettaNet (rosettanet.org), an emerging standard for IT supply chain management, uses OBI as a subcomponent of its technical specifications.
(78.) For an example of an attempt to gain the benefits of such standardization, consider the RosettaNet specification, under development by a consortium of information technology companies.
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* RosettaNet. The RosettaNet consortium of PC manufacturers, resellers, and distributors is developing integration standards for the PC distribution channel; participants include Compaq Computer, CompUSA, Dell Computer, Hewlett-Packard, IBM, Ingram Micro, Merisel, Microsoft, and Tech Data.