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1. (Placename) Portugal
2. (Placename) Portuguese
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It is my intention in this paper to compare the views of Arbour and Blackburn to the reality of PG.
We have decided to utilize SAP's Product Lifecycle Management because SAP enables worldwide collaboration and communication with our suppliers, vendors and customers in an e-business way during the project implementation process," said Engelbert Prinz-Jendrysczyk, director of Engineering Tools New Plant Business, Siemens PG.
The rating of PG reflects the lower debt-servicing capacity of the group following the acquisition of EME by PG.