reclassification


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classifying something again (usually in a new category)

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Saleh Al Silmi, Chairman at KCC, also commented on the reclassification of Kuwait, where he stated that Kuwait's upgrade to emerging markets status prominently places it on the global investment map, and urges all involved parties to commit to the implementation of further reforms in line with international standards in all relevant areas.
KCC Chairman Saleh Al Silmi also commented on the reclassification of Kuwait, where he stated that the country's upgrade to emerging markets status prominently places it on the global investment map, and urges all involved parties to commit to the implementation of further reforms in line with international standards in all relevant areas.
'The reclassification or the zoning process as a whole is really about finding the right balance between the demand and contrasting interest of the land,' Cortez said.
Apart from the reclassification process both in the executive and legislative branches, Guevarra believes that legal issues on building a casino in Boracay could also reach the SC because 'it may even involve constitutional issues.'
The Sugar Board will not allow reclassification from C to B if there is no proof that the bottler's grade sugar are sold to the industrials,' he said.
Despite the fact that it took effect in 2000, the Reclassification Rule was not challenged in court until 2013.
Overall, the reclassification can present tremendous opportunities for Pakistan by generating higher capital investment, and business and employment opportunities, resulting in higher economic growth and development.
A company might seek reclassification for a number of reasons.
A total of 38 (3%) men died from other causes before any reclassification or treatment, while 9 succumbed to other causes after receiving prostate cancer treatment.
At 5, 10, and 15 years after active surveillance was initiated, the cumulative incidence of any biopsy reclassification was 35%, 49%, and 56%, respectively, while the cumulative incidence of grade reclassification was 17%, 26%, and 31%, respectively.
(SMBI) for overpayment of excise taxes on reclassification of "San Mig Light" from Aug.1, 2007, to Dec.
Disease reclassification was defined as cT1 to cT2 reclassification based on the development of a palpable nodule or by histological criteria on surveillance biopsy including: Gleason score >6, >50% maximum core involvement, and >2 cores positive.
If a Soldier's separation is disapproved and the commander directs reclassification, then the Soldier can reclassify.
This year's major changes to the S&P Global BMI indices are the reclassification of Greece to Emerging status from Developed status, as well as the reclassification of Qatar and UAE from Frontier status to Emerging status.
8 September 2014 -- Atlanta US-based financial software firm CetoLogic said that Philadelphia US-based American Heritage Federal Credit Union will implement the company's Deposit Reclassification solution as a preventative measure against future reserve requirements.