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He recalled 400 tonnes of expired and low-quality medicines were collected in the capital and provinces last year, when nine stores were sealed.
The torched materials included a tonne of fake medicine and six tonnes of low-quality food, provincial council chief, Zabihullah Atiq, told Pajhwok Afghan News.
The average stock will underperform its index's median for the first time since 1999 as large-cap and high-quality stocks outperform small-cap and low-quality.
We will not sit back while others profit by deceiving customers with the sale of low-quality products claiming to be authentic Columbia merchandise.
Among the specific attributes mentioned, however, the greatest perceived weakness was low-quality support at retail stores.
Low-quality evidence suggests that these agents may improve other medical conditions, but that limited effectiveness applies to the four conditions that have been studied, according to researchers.
According to an official in the movement, the new campaign aims to create financial losses for the mobile companies on a daily basis, in objection to the low-quality of the networks' performance.
The biggest problems consumers faced last year were low-quality white goods, warrantee and servicing.
To conduct 6 case studies on measures aimed at preventing or intervening early in low-quality housing.
According to the researchers at the University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health, lower levels of estradiol, one of the main hormonal changes that mark menopause, are associated with low-quality cholesterol carriers, which have been found to predict risk for heart disease.
KABUL (Pajhwok): The Kabul Municipality on Tuesday burnt 36 tonnes of low-quality and expired food stuff, cosmetics and beverages and imposed fines on sellers.
Ministry officials visited countries that export air conditioners last October and banned the import of low-quality units in September.
With a market saturated with low-quality, low-priced, Chinese imports, Yemenis are having the linings and soles re-sewed to ensure durability.
Young people in developing countries are far more likely to have low-quality jobs in the informal economy than jobs paying decent wages and offering benefits, according to the International Labour Organization (ILO) Global Employment Trends for Youth 2013 report, which finds that access to education and training are major stumbling blocks.