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An NHS expenditure other than capital—e.g., staff salaries and pharmaceuticals.
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By doing away with the machinery of indirect taxation, which is very costly (a State, as it were, within a State), both the public finances and the individual tax-payer are greatly benefited, not to speak of the saving in costs of collecting.
I have never felt that I was very useful, but I live in hopes of seeing all the Ministries destroyed, finances and all.
The growth rate recorded by the 9 companies was lower than the growth rate of the multi-finance industry in general as a result of the declining performance of PT BFI Finance Tbk (BFI).
The firm has also established a Hotel Finance Group--which completed over 80 hotel transactions in 2006 representing over $750 million in financing volume--and a Self Storage Finance Group.
Another insistent issue concerns how finance should interact with the "business." Some executives have hoped for finance to be a strategic partner, but finance people have not always had the personal style and business savvy needed to assume the strategic role.
Because of the internal relationship among the auto enterprises, auto dealers, and auto finance companies, all kinds of excellent finance services including credit and rent in the process of production, consumption, and circulation can be provided.
GE Capital's Commercial Distribution Finance (CDF) business is a market leader in providing customized inventory financing to fund the flow of finished durable goods from manufacturers to dealers.
Wheat Finance said it has partnered with HTICM to become an industry leader in mobile finance in China.
The new policy of the government through a regulation of the finance minister No 43/pMk.010/2012 and 220/PMK.010/2012, which increase the advance payment for consumer finance for motor vehicle to at least 25% has no significant effect on automotive sales.
To date there appears to be little changes in the manner of providing finance in Saudi Arabia.
"Anthony has developed strong relationships with the largest and most active banks in the region, particularly those based in the United Arab Emirates, and those relationships and Anthony's legal skills will enhance Latham's robust bank finance practice in the Middle East and globally.
As it is deployed over the Internet in an "on-demand" environment, it instantly removes the administrative burden and headache associated with traditional paper-intensive trade finance solutions.