PRI

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  • In telecom, PRI stands for Primary Rate Interface, commonly a 64 kilobit per second data line: ISDN 24 PRI's comprise a T1.
  • In Mexican politics, PRI stands for Partido Revolucionario Institucional, translated 'Institutional Revolutionary Party'. The PRI was organized in 1920, and remained the dominant political party in Mexico until the election of Vicente Fox in 2000. It started as a far left party, but it slowly moved to the right until it embraced the free market.
  • In radio, PRI stands for Public Radio International, a publicly-funded liberal organization.

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