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Big Three

The three major tropical infections—HIV/AIDS, malaria, tuberculosis—which receive the bulk of international funding for prevention and treatment.
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It may be mentioned here that after Zaka's removal from the PCB as chairman, incumbent chairman Najam Sethi voted in favour of the Big Three and in return he signed an agreement with the BCCI that both the countries would resume bilateral cricket, which has been suspended since the last decade due to political issues between the two governments.
Shahryar Khan let it be known that Pakistan will get benefit of Rs 39 million dollars after the end of Big Three.
In February, the ICC passed a new constitution in principle which, if ratified, could undo much of the imbalance in power and finances of the Big Three model.
The submission also shows that the Big Three carriers have gained more than $70 billion in benefits from US Government authorities, and through legal processes such as Chapter 11 bankruptcy reorganization, over the last 15 years.
Whether or not they win another title, the Heat will surely have a hard time keeping the Big Three together because of their higher asking price.
The Pakistan's cricket fraternity also feels the PCB should not to fall in the Big Three trap.
Wells Fargo Securities LLC tobacco analyst Bonnie Herzog expects that the big three will ultimately have a meaningful presence in the category and will likely accelerate its growth, due to:
How the new Big Three will play together is anybody's guess.
Specifically, they aimed to ban the agencies from rating some of the products of financial institutions the big three were perceivably rubberstamping.
Now, auto industry analysts might say that's great, but the Big Three need to cut down on the number of parts they produce.
But one of the lighter moments came with the first appearance of the bosses of the Big Three Detroit motor companies before US Congress last month.