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Greg Draper stepped up and sent his effort high into the goal, making it 1-0 to TNS.
TNS offers a range of networks and value-added services which enable transactions and the exchange of information in diverse industries such as retail, banking, payment processing, telecommunications and the financial markets.
Optimized for electronic trading, TNS' secure network is relied on by the global financial markets for mission- critical connectivity to multiple diverse trading partners.
David Kaemmer, Vice President of Sales for TNS' Wholesale Telecoms business, said We are delighted to be helping these operators strengthen their VoLTE capabilities.
'This monopoly would leave the public at the mercy of a single mega TNS company that would be able to dictate fare prices and be less enthusiastic in improving its services, knowing that riders are left with very limited options,' Camarines Sur Rep.
The victory extended TNS' lead at the top of the JD Welsh Premier League Championship Conference to 15 points meaning they just need a draw against Cefn Druids next weekend to claim the title.
Moments later, TNS nearly doubled the lead as Darlington struck the post and was just a whisker away from putting the game to bed.
TNS have a point to prove after losing to Newtown in the league last week, a result which ended a 56-match unbeaten run at home since November 2012.
"We believe that in SkinMedica's zeal to market its skin care products, it created a serious health risk for those who used TNS products," Berman added.
The winners will qualify for a two-leg second qualifying round clash with Danish club Midtjylland and TNS believe they can claim the prize.
2010 has been a very happening year for TNS Aftab in terms of business opportunities and development, writes Senior Research Executive, Sarah Aftab
MARKET research firm Taylor Nelson Sofres (TNS) has refused to budge in its opposition to a pounds 1.2bn takeover bid from WPP.
A pounds 1 billion head-to-head battle for market research firm TNS petered out yesterday after Germany's GfK said it was no longer interested in bidding.
SIR Martin Sorrell, the boss of media and advertising giant WPP, today unveiled a pounds 1.08bn takeover offer for market research firm TNS.