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Synonyms for cession

the act of ceding

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Revelee en janvier dernier, la cession de trois hotels Ibis (Tanger Free Zone, Fnideq et Agadir) au Groupe Benaboud (voir encadre) a pris de court l'ensemble de la place.
A decline in cession rates, alongside slowing down of large commercial and infrastructure projects, have affected the performance of GCC-based reinsurers.
The Philippine territory, as defined in the 1935 Constitution, comprises those territories ceded under the Treaty of Paris of 1898 and the Cession Treaty of 1900-both between Spain and the United States - and the Boundaries Treaty of 1930 between Britain and the United States.
To assist in fulfilling its mandate, the NamibRe Act stipulates a mandatory cession of a portion of all insurance and reinsurance premiums written in Namibia to NamibRe.
beaucoup moins que] Outre le maintien explicite du droit de preemption, celui-ci a fait l'objet d'un renforcement, notamment pour ce qui est des cessions faites a l'etranger se traduisant par une cession indirecte d'entreprise de droit algerien ayant beneficie de facilites ou d'avantages lors de son implantation [beaucoup plus grand que], precise le ministere.
In a statement made on his Facebook page shortly after the trial, Ali said that he believes the court could find that it has no jurisdiction over the matter because the cession constitutes an act of state sovereignty.
Following over a decade of declining reinsurance utilization, life cession rates appear to have stabilized at around 25% of new business.
Moreover, management remains committed to maintaining a solvency margin (2013: 108%) over the reporting period which is above international trends of 100%," adding that the open-ended mandatory cession that NamibRe enjoys guarantees a captive premium generation and increased revenue.
Moncef Sellami, qui detenait directement 18 195 899 actions et droits de vote representant 33,9% du capital de la societe One Tech Holding -OTH-, a declare avoir franchi a la baisse, le 09 juin 2014, le seuil de 33,3% (1/3) du capital suite a la cession en bourse de 500 000 actions et droits de vote representant 0,9% du capital de la societe.
He added that it is a lie that female students of Jamia Hafsa had not left cession of library as females had left cession during his and Ijaz-ul-Haq presence and Ijaz-ul-Haq informed Musharraf about this development telephonically, he added.
Cession rates in the GCC (Gulf Co-operation Council) countries tend to be highest, at an average of 40%.
Shevchenko thinks that Iran's surrender implies cession of all positions, refusal from the Islamic Revolution and its principles,
L'egyptien Orascom et France Telecom ont signe un protocole d'accord "non-engageant" par lequel ils "envisagent la cession anticipee" par le groupe egyptien a France Telecom de la plupart de ses actions dans leur filiale commune ECMS, ont-ils indique hier lundi dans un communique.
I was then a postgraduate student at the Australian National University in Canberra and had chosen to write about the last days of the "White Rajahs" and the transition to British colonial rule following the 1946 cession of sovereignty by Vyner Brooke.