BOT definition

BOT means Build, Operate and Transfer.
BOT means the Bank of Thailand
BOT means Bank One, Texas, N.A., 910 Travis, 7th Floor, Houston, Texas 77002.

Examples of BOT in a sentence

The quantitative restrictions in export markets and the reduction in domestic protection offered to the Thai textile and clothing industries have already been noted (BOT [24]).ASEAN countries with high values of IIT, above 80 per cent are Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia.

In November 2019, the BNM delegation informed the BSP that it is undertaking a review of its existing LCSF agreements with BOT and BI before proceeding with discussions with the BSP.

The first one is to escape the Build-Operate-Transfer (BOT) modality—quite popular nowadays for the development of government cultural projects—, because a Museum is not a centre to be managed under business approach.

The Company has entered into Concession Agreement (‘CA’) with National Highways Authority of India dated May 13, 2010 for six laning of Krishnagiri-Walajapet section of NH-46 from km 0.00 to km 148.30 in the state of Tamilnadu under NHDP phase V as BOT (Toll) on DBFO pattern.

The goal for J&R this year is to submit a strong ratification packet to the BOT and it starts with Document Review Days.E&A| He wants the committee to work hand in hand with the Electoral Commission during the election process, he likes the progress so far.

More Definitions of BOT

BOT means the Bank of Thailand.
BOT means the Board of Trustees of the California State University.
BOT means the Bank of Tanzania
BOT means Bank of Tanzania, the Recipient’s central bank established and operating pursuant to the Bank of Tanzania Act No. 4 of 2006 of the laws of the Recipient.
BOT request means a request for public records that an agency reasonably believes was automatically generated by a computer program or script.