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PPP

abbr.
Computers point to point protocol

PPP

abbreviation for
1. (Economics) purchasing power parity: a rate of exchange between two currencies that gives them equal purchasing powers in their own economies
2. (Commerce) private-public partnership: an agreement in which a private company commits skills or capital to a public-sector project for a financial return

ppp

pianississimo; double pianissimo.
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Noun1.PPP - surgical resection of unnecessary palatal and oropharyngeal tissue to open the airway; intended to cure extreme cases of snoring (with or without sleep apnea)
surgical operation, surgical procedure, surgical process, surgery, operation - a medical procedure involving an incision with instruments; performed to repair damage or arrest disease in a living body; "they will schedule the operation as soon as an operating room is available"; "he died while undergoing surgery"
References in periodicals archive ?
Medium-term, the dynamics of the purchasing power parity should become harmonised with the GDP deflator.
New Delhi [India], July 26 ( ANI ): A FICCI-EY study released at the inaugural session of the India PPP Summit, organised by FICCI in association with the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) India, made recommendations asking for interventions to remove the barriers to purchasing power parity (PPP) and accelerate the implementation of its projects.
A table appended to the PwC report indicates that on the basis of purchasing power parity, Pakistan would climb from its current 24th place (with GDP at purchasing power parity amounting to $988bn) to 20th place ($1.
China and India account for just under 60 percent of world gross product, at purchasing power parity.
Fuel excise duty in the EU should be proportional to the gross domestic product or the purchasing power parity per capita of the population, according to Bulgaria's Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Simeon Djankov.
Qatar, which relegated Luxembourg to the second spot, registered an estimated GDP per capita of more than $88,000 for 2010 after adjusting for purchasing power parity (PPP), while the UAE boasts a GDP per capita of $47,500.
When Cuba inquired about this omission, he said, the UNDP told him his country was left out for "technical reasons"--namely problems in measuring the island's gross national income in terms of purchasing power parity (PPP), which is usually compiled by the World Bank.
Switzerland's currency is 39 percent overvalued against the euro, based on purchasing power parity as calculated by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development.
According to an IMF forecast, Chinas GDP by purchasing power parity will rise from $11.
Caglayan said that Turkey was the world's 15th biggest economy according to the purchasing power parity.
The International Monetary Fund recently predicted that the size of China's economy would overtake that of the US in terms of purchasing power parity (PPP) by 2016.
Implicit in this idea is the assumption that the purchasing power parity (henceforth referred to as PPP) always holds.