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rel

[rel]
(electromagnetism)
Unit of reluctance equal to 1 ampere-turn per magnetic line of force.
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Resultantly, revenue of REL has largely emanated from nderwriting during the year with further support provided by return on investments.
But the DERC said the REL sold the transformers at a profit of more than 70 per cent.
The answer is no, but REL has never outlined any structure publicly, presumably because none has been devised, despite the body's being in existence for a year.
The management of REL has worked hard over the last couple of years to turn
The living room was full of his friends, so it was comforting to be with all these people who love Rel so much,'' Angers said.
Rather than develop a strategy to drive sustainable working capital improvements, these companies play the same games each year, trying to pretty up their balance sheets to impress analysts and investors," said REL Principal Michael Rellihan.
He added: "By the middle of July, the formation of REL will be complete and a new structure will have been agreed.
This investment provides additional scale and diversification to REL s asset base, allows REL to deploy capital immediately in one of the most prolific trends in North America, and demonstrates continued delivery of the strategy that we presented to REL investors, said Pierre Lapeyre and David Leuschen, Co-Founders of Riverstone.
Thorpe pointed out that REL controlled none of racing's rights, other than its database, and that the last thing it needed to do was to produce another grand plan.
A similar annual study from REL looks at performance of 1000 of the largest European companies.
SNS REL thanks Mrten Edixhoven for his contribution to Zwitserleven and wishes him every success in his future career, says Gerard van Olphen, Chairman of the Executive Board of SNS REL.
REL, whose six-strong board is split equally between representatives of the Racecourse Association and Horsemen's Group, was formally created last summer, after the BHA came into being with responsibility for racing's governance and regulation, but with no direct connection to commercial issues.