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The Investment Business Firms sector in Bahrain has shown strong growth during the second quarter of 2011, compared with the same period last year.
Bahrain : Another step towards GCC expansion"We are pleased with their decision to expand operations in Bahrain by establishing Alpen Capital (Bahrain) as a Category 3 Investment Business Firm to operate alongside Sarasin-Alpen (Bahrain) which was also recently licensed by the CBB as a subsidiary of Bank Sarasin & Co.
Kathmandu, May 7 -- There is a growing trend of registering business firms showing low investment among big traders, medical doctors and bank employees in order to evade tax, officials said.
of the United States to Kazatomprom, a nuclear power business firm run by the Kazakhstan government, sources close to the matter said Saturday.
The Monetary Control Act of 1980 requires that the Board establish fees for priced services provided to depository institutions to recover, over the long run, all direct and indirect costs actually incurred as well as imputed costs that would have been incurred, including financing costs, taxes, and certain other expenses, and the return on equity (profit) that would have been earned if a private business firm provided the services.
Gross was one of 60 small business firm representatives who attended SDDC's Small Business Conference-part of the SDDC Training Symposium on March 22, in Denver, Colo.
Loan customers in particular do little more than carry cash reserves from a banker to a business firm, with no discretion other than inventing their loan project, and the arbitrary choice of which business firm to use (usually one of the opposite sex).
It explains why current law should be revised, how businesses should be taxed, the details of the Simple Private Business Firm system, and the operating rules for a regular version of conduit taxation.
The governor proposed increasing the annual limit by $2 million and the per company limit by $175,000 for approved comprehensive neighborhood service plans and projects conducted jointly by a neighborhood organization and sponsoring business firm.
For example, Builders Insurance - and its associated business firm, Risk Services Nevada - have provided matching funds for a Federal Grant, administered by the University of Nevada, intended to explore ways of improving on-the-job safety among Hispanic workers.
ISSI is a software development and IT consulting company formed in 1995 as small business firm 8(a) certified by the Small Business Association in the State of Maryland.
The award recognized Invacare as a business firm that dedicates significant corporate resources to enhancing the community's quality of life.
The Central Bank of Bahrain (CBB) has granted an 'Investment Business Firm Category 3' licence to Alpen Capital Group, to establish a subsidiary in Bahrain called Alpen Capital (Bahrain).
We are pleased with their decision to expand operations in Bahrain by establishing Alpen Capital (Bahrain) as a Category 3 Investment Business Firm to operate alongside Sarasin-Alpen (Bahrain) which was also recently licenced by the CBB as a subsidiary of Bank Sarasin & Company," said CBB director of licensing and policy Ahmed Al Bassam.
That act requires the Reserve Banks to set prices to recover, over the long run, their total operating costs of providing payment services to depository institutions, as well as the imputed costs they would have incurred and the imputed profits they would have expected to earn had the services been provided by a private business firm.
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