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We are always listening to our customers to identify ways of enhancing our services, and the introduction of Fast-Track
is a perfect example of this innovation at work.
The Wyden-Hatch fast-track
bill also requires that the draft treaty, which the administration has kept under wraps, be available for public inspection before Congress votes the agreement up or down.
A faster payback is also achieved using the fast-track
approach; seven months versus 19 months using the traditional approach.
Setting up fast-track
courts is the responsibility of the state governments which is done in consultation with the concerned High Courts while the finance is provided by the federal finance ministry.
Congress has extended fast-track
authority a number of times and some residual fast-track
authority to build on existing agreements is still in place, but the last grant of fast track was made in 2002.
And then, there are extreme conditions and extenuating circumstances such as the need to fast-track
office space for companies displaced by the 9/11 World Trade Center attacks Generally, the decision to fasttrack a corporate interiors project is, unlike retail fast-tracking, not economically-driven.
This is clearly no Longer the case, as evidenced by certificate, fast-track
, and online learning programs, especially.
People find them very divisive - existing teachers feel unhappy about putting someone on a fast-track
programme before they have even set foot in a classroom.
Many congressional Democrats are demanding that labor and environmental protections be included in fast-track
authority as negotiating goals.
In fact, admitting the death of the fast-track
mechanism may be quite liberating.
mediation is a new concept developed to apply standard mediation procedures at the examination level.