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TUO

(Technology Upgrade Option) A clause in a computer lease that allows the lessee to upgrade the equipment before the lease term is over. It often states that the same or higher rate of interest applies.
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Director General of TUA Samer Balker thanked the WV and the Government of Taiwan for their support and contribution saying that "World Vision's continued support will help Tkiyet Um Ali achieve its goal of eradicating hunger in Jordan by providing sustainable food aid to vulnerable Jordanian families living in extreme poverty across the kingdom.
Thanking the WV and the Government of Taiwan for their support and contribution, Director General of TUA Samer Balker said, World Visions continued support will help Tkiyet Um Ali achieve its goal of eradicating hunger in Jordan by providing sustainable food aid to vulnerable Jordanian families living in extreme poverty across the kingdom.
Tuas WRP is to be located in the west of Singapore and will have the capacity to treat an average dry weather flow of 650 Mega-litres/day of domestic and 150 MLD of non-domestic used water collected in distinct deep tunnels and conveyed by gravity to the mega treatment facility.
This assistance will substantially increase the TUAS platoons chances of surviving contact with enemy forces.
0m award, the four Shadow TUAS purchased by Italy, will be deployed alongside NATO forces.
We continue to have confidence in the bright future for both the industry and the region and our expansion at Tuas will greatly enhance efficiency at the yard, improve working conditions for our employees and will certainly add to the value we can give our customers," Welch added.
4 billion) utility complex that Tuas Power is building on Singapore's Jurong island petrochemical hub in the eastern corner of the city-state.
This awarded reportedly comes after the TUAS has achieved 350,000 total flight hours.
Disk drive manufacturer Seagate Technology Inc, which announced the laying off of 1,000 staff in Singapore earlier this month, has confirmed it will shut down its disk media plant in Tuas creating several hundred more job losses.