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Conducted by NAM chief economist Chad Moutray, the Manufacturers' Outlook Survey has surveyed the association's membership of 14,000 large and small manufacturers on a quarterly basis since 1997 to gain insight into their economic outlook, hiring and investment decisions and business concerns.
It has also reported that the spouse of Senator Enver Baig owns a Flat in Dubai whereas he is the owner/proprietor of a business concern by the name of 'Anwar Steel'.
'Furthermore, it is clarified that neither our client own any asset/business by the name of Anwar Steel in Pakistan or abroad, nor the spouse or children of our client have any share in any business concern by the name and style of Anwar Steel.
It, however, clarified that Baig neither owns any asset/business by the name of Anwar Steel in Pakistan or abroad, nor have his spouse or children any share in any business concern by the name of Anwar Steel.
The FBR officials said that the business concerned had concealed its taxable supplies valuing Rs229.5 million and willfully and fraudulently evaded sales tax amounting to Rs38.3 million by committing tax fraud.
The No 1 business concern for healthcare executives globally is change in healthcare legislation/reform, cited by 52 per cent of respondents, followed by increasing regulations at 48 per cent.
Availability of finance is edging lower as a business concern; it was a leading concern for 35 per cent of the respondents in Q1 and this number has dropped to 30 per cent in Q2.
He added that Nawaz Sharif left all his business concerns after being elected as Prime Minister in 1992 and he heads no business concern since that time.
The former Prime Minister of Antigua & Barbuda, Lester Bird, and two others who served in his cabinet (Robin Yearwood, former Aviation Minister, and Hugh Marshall, a former Trade Minister) have been named in a legal action regarding the sale of lands belonging to the Crown, which were reportedly sold to a business concern known as Antigua Aggregates owned by the Antigua Labor Party's "Big Three," reports Caribbean Net News (Oct.
By FAR 2.101 definition, bundling is the "consolidation of two or more requirements for supplies or services, previously provided or performed under separate smaller contracts, into a solicitation for a single contract that is likely to be unsuitable for award to a small business concern due to: (i) the diversity, size, or specialized nature of the elements of the performance specified; (ii) the aggregate dollar value of the anticipated award; (iii) the geographic dispersion of the contract performance sites; or (iv) any combination of the factors described in (1)(i), (ii), and (iii)." Without a doubt, the intended procurement had the look and feel of bundling and thus was highly suspect as a viable procurement strategy.
Athletics instill a work ethic, discipline, competitive spirit and a desire for earned respect among the rank-and-file members of any business concern. They also make people better customer advocates, team players, leaders and winners.
How that information is stored, handled, and used has become a critical business concern for organizations of all types and sizes.
It looks cheap and boxy, like an in-house magazine from some two-bit business concern.
The move adds to Galliford's existing regional business concern, Midas Homes.
IMTAS is a Washington, D.C.-based small business concern providing IT solutions and management services support.
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