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preference

(pref'er-ents),
Choice, decision, or predilection for one health care option over others (for example, treatments, operations).
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Recall that this year, the subjects of Russia have the right to independently allocate limits, as well as set the maximum amount of preferential credit per borrower.
In general, entrepreneurs in Ismayilli have received preferential loans worth 22.
PAMURI, however, said there were two citations in the TRAIN law regarding the preferential tax rate.
Emirates NBD has announced that it will offer customers preferential lending and pricing based on the Al Etihad Credit Bureau (AECB) consumer credit score across all retail loans and credit cards.
He said the current annual trade volume between the two countries is one hundred seventy million dollars, which is expected to increase after renegotiation on Preferential Trade Agreement.
org/article/new-york-landlords-exploit-loophole-to-hike-rents-despite-freeze) April story , this arrangement puts many tenants at risk of sudden displacement or even homelessness if they can't afford a sudden increase in their preferential rent.
Under the new mechanism, trading in the securities of such companies will be suspended till such time the company submits the auditor certificate confirming compliance with regard to the preferential issue made by the companies.
The apex bank said that most banks would continue to enjoy preferential RRR cuts and some banks would acquire them after meeting the official standards.
Entering politics through financial power and abusing the preferential voting system has led to the deterioration of politicians, he said.
Patricio and Jose Aylwin brilliantly weave together the implications of politics and the preferential option for indigenous peoples.
Industry representatives threatened to sue DKEVR over its plans to impose a dramatic decrease in their preferential tariffs.
Debts that have a priority quality are known as preferential debts whereas those without this quality are known as ordinary debts.