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RTW

abbr.
ready-to-wear

rtw

ready-to-wear.
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Similarly DSP Syed Mukhtar Shah awaiting posting has been transferred and posted as DSP Admin RTW Kohat and SDPO Pabbi Nowshera Khan Khel has been posted as Acting Additional SP Swat.
Today, 28 states have enacted RTW laws with Missouri being the most recent.
The combination APRO-CLC01 provides the first OEM hardware for the CLC algorithm that RTW developed in cooperation with the German Institut fE-r Rundfunktechnik (IRT).
RTW Management is a national, GSA-certified transportation company specialising in fixed-route shuttle service, non-emergent and ambulatory transportation, para-transit, public busing for municipalities, state parks and national parks, and airport shuttle service.
RTW statutes remove union membership as a prerequisite for employment by making it illegal for labor unions and employers to enter into contracts that require employees to be fee-paying members of a union.
This article extends Vedder s work by examining the impact of RTW laws on productivity and population growth.
Previously, when booking multi-destination RTW itineraries for travelers, agents had to manually construct the fare after calculating the mileage and checking the fare conditions of a passenger's journey.
Until now, when booking multi-destination RTW itineraries for travellers, agents had to manually add up the prices of each segment of a journey.
Treasury bills and commercial papers are also short-term RTW investments.
Indiana and Michigan benefited from becoming RTW states, creating factory jobs faster than the national average over the past three years.
In this paper, I examine whether the positive relation between leverage and unionization is driven by firms in states without RTW laws where unions have the most power.
The collection of controls released in the RTW version of Xuni is comprised of FlexChart, FlexPie and three gauge controls: Radial, Linear and BulletGraph.