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The cattle entering from Balochistan and Khyber Pukhtunkhawa in the district are vaccinated at bordering check posts of Bowana and Turnim, said DO livestock Dr Munir in a statement issued here on Wednesday.
Two former directors of Cattles were fined pounds 600,000 and banned in March this year over "devastating" accounting blunders.
Cattles was a specialist lender listed on the London Stock Exchange.
The Financial Services Authority in March fined and banned two former directors of Cattles for publishing misleading information to investors and "acting without integrity in discharging their responsibilities".
In recent years, national cattle breeding is declining, leading to insufficient supply of cattles.
Batley-based Cattles is pushing for a "standstill agreement" which will see these payments suspended while it resolves its future.
Executive chairman Margaret Young said: "These proposed changes are central to Cattles achieving a more cost-efficient business model which mirrors current levels of lending activity.
Global Banking News-26 August 2009-UK's Cattles in talks with financial creditors(C)2009 ENPublishing - http://www.
Private equity firm AnaCap Financial Partners yesterday completed its pounds 70m takeover of the invoice finance arm of struggling group Cattles.
The FSA's Tracey McDermott said: "The consequences of the misleading statements issued by Cattles and Welcome have been devastating.
Mr Jones (pictured) joined Birstall-based Cattles Invoice Finance, which was later acquired by Aldermore, in 2002 after previous senior roles with Eurosales Finance and Yorkshire Bank.
NORTH west small businesses have performed well for the third year running says the Cattles Invoice Finance annual study which reported that 52% saw an increase in turnover and 45% achieved higher profitsMartine Catton, regional sales manager for Cattles Invoice, said: ``This is a very optimistic picture for owner-managed businesses in the regionPROPERTY Solutions, the Warrington-based subsidiary of UnitedUtilities, has appointed two surveyors with years of experience in the property world.
SMALL businesses in the Midlands are among the worst affected by late payment from customers, according to the latest research by Cattles Invoice Finance.
In a survey of 300 business owners from all areas of the supply chain, lending company Cattles Invoice Finance said 70% reported increased costs in 2003 versus the national average of 54%.
Public urged not to tie their pets and cattles with the poles and towers.