capital gain

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the amount by which the selling price of an asset exceeds the purchase price

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So that the stock market could liven up and it become easier for firms to get to fresh capital, the capital profit tax will also be cancelled.
Sami Baroum said that the Group earned capital profit worth SR 15 million through the sale of a Chinese company,owned by it.
In addition, occupiers are becoming more aware of the opportunities of buying vacant buildings at relatively low levels and then leveraging off the strength of their covenant, to raise a capital profit by entering into sale and leasebacks.
The company has a clear understanding of the current income stream of the portfolio, as well as development opportunities which will achieve capital profit in the medium term.
Expected capital profit to the Company from the sale of its holdings in the three corporations is approximately US $ 4 Million, before tax.
AaAaAa Macki will sign a protocol between the Government of the Sultanate and the Government of the United Kingdom (UK) of Great Britain and Northern Ireland amending the agreement on the avoidance of Double Taxation and Anti-Tax Evasion related to Income and Capital Profit Tax signed on February 23rd 1998 between the Sultanate and the UK.
6 million in equity and loan stock from 1999 to 2003 and has realised a capital profit on its investment of pounds 3 million, in addition to receiving an annual return of 14 per cent on its loan stock.
Because of this transaction the company recorded a capital profit in 2000 of $12 million and a profit from negotiable securities totaling about $28 million.
7x return on book cost and a capital profit of [pounds]3.
3 million capital profit from compensation over its thwarted bid to take a 29.
return per ordinary share is based on a net capital profit of A[pounds sterling]4,073,000 (2006:
Businesses will be entitled to tax exemptions, 100 per cent ownership and 100 per cent repatriation of capital profits.
The government will withdraw a tax on capital profits from the Investor who invested in one or more shares individually, and if he want to verify his portfolio with buying more that stock, his portfolio with subject to his income basis of tax so he will pay two taxes on the same basis of tax," he followed.
Taxes on capital profits and inheritance were dropped.
NewRiver chief executive David Lockhart said: "With increasing demand from all of the major supermarket groups for convenience stores substantially outstripping supply, the portfolio provides a very attractive opportunity to generate capital profits through the conversion of the public houses into convenience stores underpinned by an attractive cash on equity return from a FTSE 250 company.
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