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Synonyms for stockholding

a specific number of stocks or shares owned

ownership of stocks

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The Bali Ministerial Decision together with the General Council Decision of November 2014, which was reaffirmed at the Tenth Ministerial Conference of the WTO in December 2015 protects India through availability of an interim mechanism on public stockholding for food security purposes, till a permanent solution is agreed and adopted by the WTO.
For the Special Rapporteur, the solution is not to block any such policies, even though close monitoring is required to ensure that stockholding in one country does not result in dumping on other developing world markets.
Officers have already undertaken a steel stockholding safety and awareness day, which was very well attended and offered help and advice for such businesses to make sure a safer working environment is provided for everyone who works in steel stockholding and ensure the lessons learned prevent other accidents from occurring within the industry.
The extension will expand its current facility and double the company's manufacturing and stockholding ability, which it said was essential if it was to boost sales by a predicted 12% in 2008.
He trialled 24-hour lead times on fresh produce to increase availability and reduce stockholding, and also rolled out voice-picking technology across depots to improve productivity and accuracy.
The firm's stockholding is immense and exceptionally broad, giving a significant challenge to provide a comprehensive and independent audit service to evaluate, advise and report upon the operation standards of its Faverdale Distribution Centre in Darlington.
D2 Europack is supplying H20, the expanding Manchester-based ready meal manufacturer, with fortnightly deliveries of half gastronome size aluminium foil trays and hood lids from its new warehouse--purpose built to offer extra stockholding capacity.
In helping to reduce the risk to the public, HSE advises that, where possible, fields used for grazing or stockholding of animals should not be given over to camping, picknicking or play areas.
Helens Stal specialises in the stockholding and prefabricating of various flat products such as hot rolled, cold rolled and galvanised steel, stainless steel and aluminium.
In its biggest acquisition to date, Datacraft will hold a 75% stake in the Japanese company with the rest held by its existing management and employees' stockholding fund.
It now operates specialist divisions in steel stockholding, laser cutting, steel cutting and gas flame cutting on its 40,000 sq ft site.
iii) Shareholding by financial institutions including the large city banks accounts for more than half of intra-group stockholding in the "financial keiretsu.
The underlying cause of this "separation" of ownership from control is alleged to lie in the dispersion of stockholding which, combined with management advantages in a proxy fight, leads to a rise in the power of managers and their reduced dependence on the owners.
Buenos Aires: India today expressed "deep disappointment" over the decision of a "major member country" to renege on its commitment for a permanent solution to the public food stockholding issue at the ongoing ministerial conference of the World Trade Organisation (WTO).