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Even within the derivatives class, some counterparties (eg, those collateralised or centrally cleared) will likely be treated more favourably in resolution than others (eg, uncollateralised).
It is important to point out that rates across our city centre car parks still compare favourably with nearby private alternatives."
Gary Enright, Unison Caerphilly branch secretary, said: "This council has a track record of treating those at the top more favourably. I had hoped they would have learned from their previous mistakes and, at the very least, agreed to meet with us to discuss the matter further.
When it came to the royal family, twothirds view Prince William favourably, making him more popular than the Queen.
The data from the Office for National Statistics showed GVA per head of PS17,429 in the West Midlands which compares favourably to Wales, at PS15,401, Northern Ireland, the North East, at PS16,091, and Northern Ireland at PS16,127.
Iran "favourably welcomes" a Russian plan to head off threatened US strikes on Syria by securing a deal to destroy the regime's chemical weapons, the foreign ministry spokeswoman said Tuesday.
Asked if she thought Mrs Elwood had been treated unfairly she replied: "I think she has been treated extremely favourably. At 51 she was able to take early voluntary retirement while still able to access other employers with an excellent reference."
However, the regulations do not allow for women on maternity leave to be treated more favourably in general.
Iraq's capital holds great economic importance:Northern Iraq, where violence has been limited, is the region that investors view the most favourably, with 46 per cent of respondents viewing it either highly favourably or somewhat favourably, while 20 per cent view it unfavourably.
The company added that revenues for the fourth quarter of 2009 were favourably impacted compared with the year-ago quarteraA by USD3.3bn, or 27%, due to the addition of the legacy Wyeth products, by USD419m, or 3%, due to legacy Pfizer products, and by USD469m, or 4%, due to foreign exchange.
The combination are in action with On Borrowed Wings (1.05) and Aather (3.15) at Ffos LasStuart Williams has a 23% strike-rate with horses reappearing within seven days of a win which compares favourably to his overall strike-rate of 9%, which makes his Sircozy (3.05 Kempton) an interesting contender as he recorded his latest win just five days ago Keith Goldsworthy (pictured below) is two winners from two runners with newcomers in bumpers at Ffos Las which compares favourably with his overall record with bumper debutants of 3-20.
Summary: Hamas has reacted favourably to an Egyptian proposal for a Gaza Strip truce and Egypt will pass on the response to Israel, Egyptian officials said on Wednesday.
QUALITY of life in Warwickshire compares favourably to other areas, according to a new report.
A new survey of business intelligence professionals reveals that a growing number are favourably disposed toward implementing on-demand business analytics systems at their organisations.
Where an employer treats an employee less favourably than other employees and it can be demonstrated that the reason (for this attitude) is that the employee has a handicapped child under his care, does that constitute direct discrimination in breach of Directive 2000/78 on equal treatment?