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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 categorically refutes claims made by the big three US carriers about Etihad Airways' finances, giving a clear and compelling explanation that the equity funding and shareholder loans provided by the Government of Abu Dhabi, by way of investing in a successful business model, is fully comply with the US-UAE Air Services Agreement and all other applicable rules.
By voting for such reforms, very soon many nations will realise how far the Big Three have moved up and how fast they have slid down the ladder.
He said on the issue of the Big Three decision was being taken in haste, but due to the timely intervention of Pakistan, Bangladesh, West Indies, Sri Lanka and South Africa the matter was deferred and time frame was sought by the affiliated members for consultation on the issue.
Sarfraz said if the said proposal gets implemented than it would financially benefit the Big Three boards more than the others.
The only way the big three will peddle different policies is when we see and hear on telly and radio what the others have to say.
By the mid-1960s and early 1970s, management of the Big Three had shifted from the car people to "numbers guys," who were more interested in squeezing every possible penny of profit from the vehicles.
Also included on the site are: -- Chapter 11 bankruptcy laws explained, -- Contracts between the Big Three and the United Auto Workers, -- Analysis of "legacy" employees and their impact on profits, and -- 144-point chart comparing GM, Ford, Chrysler, Big Three combined, Toyota, and Honda.
Additionally, the Big Three are vital to national security, supplying important military transportation assets.
92 on an exchange about a 15-8 chance, and bet on the phone or a boring and anonymous website with the big three, instead of taking advantage of the many much more friendly and competitive local bookmakers.
Hardest hit among the Big Three was Chrysler, which saw sales sink 34.
light vehicle sales and production in general, but one of the most painful aspects for the Big Three might be the state of the pickup truck market.
Including cuts that took place at DaimlerChrysler (Chrysler merged with Daimler-Benz, the German carmaker, in 1998), the Big Three, once symbols of America's industrial might, have eliminated, or planned to eliminate, approximately 140,000 jobs since 2000.