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CASH

Abbreviation for:
Cancer and Steroid Hormone Survey
Cardiac Arrest Study Hamburg
Commission for Administrative Services in Hospitals
Consensus Action on Salt and Health (Medspeak-UK)
Consensus Action on Salt and Hypertension
Contraception and Sexual Health (Medspeak-UK)
cruciform anterior spinal hyperextension

CASH

Interventional cardiology A clinical trial–Cardiac Arrest Study of Hamburg that compared the effect of device–implantable defibrillator therapy vs the best medical therapy for survivors of MI Ob/Gyn A clinical trial–Cancer and Steroid Hormone study which evaluated the effects of prolonged use of OCs on the risk of breast cancer. See Breast cancer.
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Both Section 987 and the 1991 proposed regulations require the taxable income or loss of a Section 987 QBU be computed in its functional currency and then translated at the average exchange rate (generally, an average of the daily exchange rates) into the functional currency of its owner.
The Tax Reform Act of 1986 (TRA '86) added to the Code subpart J (foreign currency transactions) and Sec.
said, "while a number of economies continue to use pegged exchange rates and/or intervene in foreign exchange markets, a peg or intervention does not in and of itself satisfy the statutory test for currency manipulation.
Take Thailand, for example, where the Asian currency crisis began.
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The CFR brain trust is fully aware that a nation's control of its own national currency and monetary policy is essential to economic sovereignty, and economic sovereignty is essential to political sovereignty.
Rather, this currency has a New Age-y feel that makes you think you've stumbled into the central bank of the Star Trek Federation.
Chatu Monkul had advocated devaluing Thailand's currency for months and today, he argued, devaluation was absolutely necessary.
Banks, bond and stock markets and international businesses are spending the weekend adapting trading floors and computer screens to include the joint currency.
Bartering networks, local exchange trading systems and radical approaches like locally - instead of federally - issued currency allow one to largely sidestep dollar bills and credit cards.