commercial activity


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Related to commercial activity: commerce
  • noun

Synonyms for commercial activity

activity undertaken as part of a commercial enterprise

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A trade licence, for example, is required to engage in any kind of commercial activity and all companies are required to obtain permission before announcing sales or special offers.
With over 20 years' experience in the public and private sector, Iain Nixon joins the college as part of the senior leadership team helping grow apprenticeship provision, secure European funding and generate commercial activity through a broad range of employer-facing services.
14) The district court denied the motion to dismiss in part, and held that jurisdiction could be asserted over UTICo's breach of contract claim related to the May Agreement and October Agreement under the commercial activity exception to FSIA even though the language was ambiguous and required extrinsic evidence to determine the parties' intent.
Gudkov, 56, could be ousted from the State Duma, the lower house of parliament, in a vote set for September 12 over allegations that he has been directly involved in commercial activity while serving as a lawmaker, something forbidden under Russian law.
In 1994, the property was divided but without the condition requiring commercial activity to cease.
The commercial activity has been resumed this morning with Iran after Eid al-Fitr vacation.
Based on our review of open source information, we identified 41 firms that had commercial activity in the Iranian energy sector between 2005 and 2009.
Summary: The commercial activity (wholesale and detail) decreased in Algeria in the third quarter of 2009, compared to the pervious quarter, according to a survey conducted by the National Office of Statistics (ONS) among business owners of the sector.
PESHAWAR, December 16, 2009 (Balochistan Times): The NWFP government is asked to waive provincial taxes as a relief to business community of the province in the prevailing circumstances when commercial activity has reached to a halt due to current wave of insurgency and terrorism.
Shipping is an important commercial activity, as the high costs and other limitations of air transport make it economically less viable for the transportation of a variety of cargo, particularly bulk goods.
Commercial activity permitted in schools, such as advertisements for soft drinks, the use of Channel One broadcasts in classrooms (free 12-minute news broadcast with two minutes of ads), sales incentives from soft drink bottlers, and exclusive beverage contracts may discourage a nutrition-friendly environment for students, say researchers.
In our testimony and principal comments on the Commission's Draft Model Uniform Statute on Reportable Transactions & Inconsistent Filing Positions, we cautioned that States must be mindful of three overarching concerns, all of which are relevant here: (1) substantially increasing compliance costs without a commensurate improvement in the quality of information available to tax officials, (2) increasing uncertainty for interstate commercial activity, and (3) threatening penalties for entities and individuals not otherwise subject to the State's taxing jurisdiction.
The recent upturn in Turkish commercial activity indicates that Turkey may finally begin to live up to its position of regional economic leadership.
Commercial activity is getting better, primarily in Class A trophy property sales.
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