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NRE

(Non-Recurring Engineering) The cost of creating a new product, which is paid up front. Contrast with "production cost," which is ongoing and based on the quantity of material produced. For example, in the semiconductor industry, the NRE is the cost of developing the circuit design and photomasks; the production cost is the cost to manufacture each wafer.
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Abu Dhabi: Emirates NBD on Wednesday announced a partnership with Yes Bank, India's fifth largest private sector bank to offer credit facilities against NRE fixed deposits that allows Non-Resident Indians (NRIs) in the UAE to avail high loan amounts coupled with flexible repayment options, while continuing to enjoy guaranteed returns on their existing fixed deposits in India.
NRE is positioned to be one of Japan's largest independent solar generation utilities, with experienced local engineering, design, development and project management staff located in Tokyo.
The NRE was given in the dose of 200 and 400 mg/kg showed reduction in blood sugar level, but it was not statistically significant.
A recent survey of train travellers showed that around 40 percent, or two-fifths of the respondents use a smartphone in the UK, and around one in three queries to NRE comes from a mobile or a smartphone.
NS) have raised interest rates on NRE deposits to 9.
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a fixed place of business caused either by the operation of assets of the NRE located in the Contracting State or the action in that state of individual persons in a paid-employment relationship with the NRE, or
You get NRE World Bento, a company committed to providing authentic high-quality Japanese cuisine in the form of frozen organic products that meet the demands of three distinct and fast-growing categories: convenience foods, organic products and authentic ethnic cuisine.
The new lunch boxes appear to have attracted consumers because they contain organic rice and are priced competitively,'' said one NRE official.
NRE is planning to stimulate flagging demand for prepared lunches by using organic rice and natural foodstuffs, Otsuka said.
Negotiations then began between CLN owner Jay Nusca of Mississauga and NRE with a letter of intent being signed to purchase the facility in October.