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GPI

abbreviation for
(Pathology) general paralysis of the insane (general paresis)
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Over the years GPI has contributed to various academic programs and publications on translation, website localization and digital marketing topics through collaboration with various academic institutions, publications and globalization programs around the world," says Federico Pascual, Global Digital Delivery Director, GPI.
In response to increased opportunities from the aerospace and medical industries, GPI recently went through the rigor of certification for AS9100:2009RevC, ISO 13485:2003, ISO 9001:2008 and is a registered ITAR facility.
This partnership includes the installation of 3DS Direct Metal Printers (DMP) at GPI s recently expanded production facility, including a ProX 300 and two ProX 200 units to support rapid growth of its metal additive manufacturing services.
We also compared GPI with several other well-known indicators for the same countries: Ecological Footprint, Biocapacity, Life Satisfaction, HDI, and the Gini coefficient as described below.
GPI remains the major player in the fast growing and attractive Russian container market.
GPI offers six material choices for DMLS including stainless steel, titanium, cobalt chrome, managing steel, and nickel alloy.
Known as the Poker Ranking Authority, GPI acquired THM in July, 2013 under the guidance of Zokay Entertainment.
APMT will appoint the CFO of GPI and minorities will have 40% voting rights despite holding 25% of capital.
The outbreak of civil war in Libya has caused the largest deterioration in a GPI score, both regionally and across the 153 countries surveyed.
GPI acquired THM in July 2013 under the guidance of parent company Zokay Entertainment.
GPI was formed 25 years ago and works with engineering divisions of LDC's throughout the USA to provide products that are cost effective and beneficial to the gas distribution industry.
The GPI would add up the nation's expenses (GDP), factor in sectors that are usually excluded from the market economy such as housework and volunteering, and then subtract social ills: crime, natural resource depletion and loss of leisure time.