Since we began campaigning early last year against these sanctions we have seen the sanctioning
rate in Dundee fall by almost 40 per cent.
He denied the information that the rigid sanctioning
policy aimed to fill the budget, arguing that revenues from sanctions account for a mere 0.
We also observe, however, differences in the dynamic patterns of rewarding and sanctioning
Elsewhere, courts have employed "inherent" authority to sanction those responsible for civil litigation misconduct where express written sanctioning
powers are absent, and perhaps not forbidden (some Aat utes foreclosing inherent judicial authority will be unconstitutional on separation of powers grounds).
These data include detailed information on the timing and severity of sanctions, enabling us to examine the dynamic patterns of sanctioning
, factors associated with being sanctioned, and the relationship between sanctioning
and subsequent outcomes.
Every capital management process involves allocation decisions, sanctioning
decisions and monitoring (which may or may not lead to reallocation decisions).
The third option is to simply maintain the level of sanctioning
pressure on the target.
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An example of this phenomenon is the US sanctioning
of the Trujillo regime in the Dominican Republic from 1960 to 1962, which provided vital help and encouragement to the domestic opposition.
OFAC Reporter offers heightened awareness of politically exposed persons and financial fraudsters on a global basis and helps meet mandates set by global sanctioning
bodies, such as the U.
The sanctions do not have legal basis, therefore, citizens of the sanctioning
countries voice their willingness to invest in our country during their meetings (with Iran)," the official noted.
The key point has long been the reluctance of the executive branch to risk European fury by actually sanctioning