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peso

1. the standard monetary unit, comprising 100 centavos, of Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Cuba, the Dominican Republic, Mexico, and the Philippines; formerly also of Guinea-Bissau, where it was replaced by the CFA franc
2. the standard monetary unit of Uruguay, divided into 100 centesimos
3. another name for piece of eight
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The PESO Year-End Performance Assessment is one of the activities of DOLE Region 2 to update PESO Managers from different Municipality of the updates on changes in the different DOLE programs and projects.
In this context, we can examine the interaction of the economic developments and programs that the Duterte government is pursuing and how the changing peso could alter the future directions of the economy.
Further weakness is seen for the country's currency down the line, as the peso is likely to slide to P52.
The peso has been on a downward path against the dirham this week," said one money exchanger in Dubai.
Now, the good news is the Philippine peso is not overvalued anymore.
3 billion pesos in incremental net cash flow generated from operating activities.
7 kilos), en promedio, un ano tras su perdida de peso inicial, dijo Yoils.
Se valoro la presencia de edemas en EEII y se monitorizaron durante toda la sesion, la TA del paciente, el peso de entrada y salida y las incidencias ocurridas durante el tratamiento.
El peso alcanzo su mejor nivel frente al dolar en la etapa "Post Gran Depresion" en agosto de 2012, pero entre 2009 y 2014 oscilo entre 11 y 14 dolares, un periodo en el que no se le veia retorno a niveles de 10 pesos por dolar, registrados en agosto de 2008 y, mucho menos se acercaba a los rangos que hoy observamos.
Net foreign selling of Philippine stocks has also surged, weighing on the peso.
Perdas de agua superiores a 5% do peso corporal estao associadas a fadiga e colocam o atleta em risco de morte (Oppliger, 2003).