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TPI

abbreviation for
(Economics) tax and price index: a measure of the increase in taxable income needed to compensate for an increase in retail prices
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Following the completion of the purchase, TPI held an indirect effective interest of 66.
As part of this agreement, TPI will establish high-volume, high-quality, low-cost supply of RodPack from its operations in China.
Vistin Pharma ASA is selling its opioids and tablet manufacturing branch (CMO) to TPI Enterprises Limited (TPI), the company reported on Thursday.
Upon completion of the sale and transfer of 100% of NEW TPI, LLC's ownership to Fortran, the transaction is expected to increase shareholder equity value and likely will be accretive to Fortran's earnings.
TPI is a New Jersey corporation with average gross annual revenues of USD13,600,000 and average annual gross profits of USD3,500,000 per year over the last five years.
This is about two great companies - TPI and Boeing - working together for defence and aerospace worldwide and we couldn't be more excited and happy about this relationship," said Chris Chadwick, president and chief executive officer, Boeing Defence, Space and Security.
Steve Lockard, president and CEO of TPI Composites, said, 'We are thrilled that Vestas has selected TPI to be its first outsource partner of Vestas designed blades.
Sion and Aleskus have already introduced several new products under the TPI label: smart vibration meters, smart trend meters and the Ultra II data collector.
TPI already delivered the first components to RAD for implementation in the Skyshield System.
A dramatic increment in both thermal and mechanical properties was observed up to a certain dose rate for different compositions of CPI and TPI.
Ron Alexander, President TPI, reports that "over 40 buyers screened the film at MIPDOC and discussions are in progress regarding deals in numerous territories.
The TPI Index also revealed that the IT outsourcing market accounted for 101 of the 141 total contract awards, valued at $15 billion, and retail sector contract awards increased by 40 percent from last year.