DTC


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DTC

(Diagnostic Trouble Code) See OBD.
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"It would be a choice for the women travelling in DTC buses and cluster buses if they want to buy the ticket or they want to avail the free bus service.
During the first six months of this year, DTC returned 5,220 lost items to clients whether reported by clients through DTC Call Centre or returned by taxi drivers.
"During the first six months of this year, DTC returned 5,220 lost items to clients -- whether reported by clients through DTC Call Centre or returned by taxi drivers.
The most compelling reason for trying out a new DTC brand is a free trial period (27.4%), followed by an appealing online presence (21.4%) and loyalty benefits (16.7%).
The initiative is part of DTC social responsibility to bring happiness to employees, especially taxi drivers," said Adel Sharif, Director of Human Resources, Dubai Taxi Corporation.
Many patients don't tell their doctors the results of DTC tests, and there's a lot of potential for misinterpretation all around, said Dr.
In turn, subject to meeting certain criteria, trade participants will be able to use the "diamonds from DTC" provenance claim across the value chain down to the consumer level, and will be able to provide assurance on its validity through certifying the claim under the Responsible Jewellery Council standards, or through an independent third-party audit.
Mattar Al Tayer also reviewed the new corporate identity and logo scheme of the DTC that will be officially this March.
The upgrades of the notes of DTC One, DTC Two and DTC Three reflect improvement in credit-enhancement (CE) levels even after negative excess spreads are considered.
This helped Napa claim the top spot in DtC shipments by value, with $1.3 billion shipped in the 12 months ended September 2018.
It will be used to offer medical advice and preventative care for DTC employees.
Direct to consumer advertising (DTCA) experienced growth, especially after 1997 the when Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued relaxed guidelines for direct-to-consumer (DTC) pharmaceutical marketing and, in response, the pharmaceutical industry spending on DTCA grew from $791 million in 1999 to $4.8 billion in 2006.