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FKT has a strong oil lubricant business with its Federal Oil brand commanding a market share of around 20% in Indonesia, translating to the solid 30% annual EBITDA contribution to MPM. FKT also provided earnings diversification as aftermarket sales generally have more stable product demand compared with MPM's auto distribution and rental business with large contracts maturing in less than one year.
To MPM Economic Consultant Datuk Akhbar Ali's remarks that the divestment of government assets in non-strategics companies was suspicious, Ramon described them as unfair as the sale could generate revenues, which could benefit the poor.
He said MPM has 'existing manning agreements with first class manning agents.'
MPM representative and maritime expert Victor Dumagoso, denied the allegation of Eagle Clarc that MPM was involved in direct recruitment and liable for illegal recruitment.
The diagnostic yield of epidemiological and radiological data showed increased sensitivity but low specificity regarding diagnosis of MPM.
MPM and its management are considered a serious public health problem, also representing a major challenge for the finances of the regional public healthcare system.
MPM has applied to the Central Bank of Myanmar for a payments licence.
The unstained formalin-fixed, paraffin-embedded slides were deparaffinized just before imaging with MPM. The tumor areas to be imaged on deparaffinized slides were marked by matching them with their corresponding H&E-stained slides.
Oman would be the first country in GCC to have a dealer for MPM Motors.'
Firstly, the focus is on analyzing the origins of multiphoton signals in normal mammary gland and then determining whether the microstructures of breast tissue can be distinguished by MPM. Therefore, the emission spectrum of normal breast tissue was performed.
Malignant pleural mesothelioma (MPM) is a highly aggressive and incurable mesenchymal cancer.
Malignant pleural mesothelioma (MPM) is the most common primary malignancy of the pleura.
However, this opinion is still controversial, as it was reported that plasma levels of fibulin-3 in malignant pleural mesothelioma (MPM) patient plasma have a little diagnostic value in a European cohort but are associated with prognosis [17].
The Mineralized Plasmatic Matrix (MPM) is an autologous blood product highly concentrated in platelets and fibrin in a liquid state combined with a bone substitute.