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They said that their rights have been violated by the management, alleging that the CEO implemented his own salary.
The economist said the government must be expecting annual revenue, somewhere in the neighbourhood of BD 500 million, once the VAT is implemented.
Profili emphasized the WHO's support for health programs implemented by Jordan, stressing the organization's continued cooperation with the ministry to implement the action plan.
The Commission proposes a daily penalty payment of 70 561.92 for Poland, 57 324.80 for The Netherlands, 8 320 for Luxembourg and 7 038.72 for Slovenia which would have to be paid as from the date of the Court's affirmative ruling until the Member States concerned notify the Commission that they have fully implemented the rules into national law.
Although there are no official figures from the Food Office, those well acquainted with the situation say that very few of the food production facilities have thus far implemented or have started implementing the HASSP standards.
The contractor further indicated that such procedures will be implemented on all future projects, regardless of government or commercial application.
2005 to early June 2006, more than 250 suggestions were submitted, with approximately 40 implemented.
Previous service on hospital committees felt like wasted time because I did not feel that anyone who had the power to do anything was listening, and nothing was implemented in a timely fashion.
Sabre Airline Solutions and Worldspan jointly implemented a new message routing technique yesterday that the two interline e-ticketing providers said streamlines communications links between their systems.
So the recommendations from this study were not implemented but they did have "an impact on later reports."
The system contains operational practices that must be implemented to make it work effectively.
government's missteps after Hurricane Katrina, but also from the positive experiences of companies that implemented crisis communication plans throughout 2005.

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