Department of Trade and Industry

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Department of Trade and Industry (DTI)

the government department that has overall responsibility for the corporate sector of the UK economy. It has, inter alia, powers under Part XIV of the Companies Act 1985 to appoint inspectors to investigate the affairs of a company or to conduct its own investigations.
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The Committee notes the R1 billion agro-processing incentive launched by the Department of Trade and Industry for the benefit of poultry producers.
He instructed the Department of Trade and Industry to look for alternative livelihood for the would-be displaced workers,' he said.
As we move forward to further strengthen foreign business partnership, the Department of Trade and the BOI will continue to uphold the Philippine investment priorities by providing you sufficient information and assisting you on how to invest and do business in the Philippines," said Argayoso.
The event, to be held with the support of Qatar Chamber of Commerce and Industry and the South Africa Department of Trade and Industry (DTI), aims at generating stronger trade and investment ties between the two nations over the longer term.
Councillor Whittle said: "I intend to take this petition to the Department of Trade and Industry today to register the people's protest at this silly decision.
The UK Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) has selected Serco Solutions, a division of international service company Serco Group plc, as the contractor for the management and delivery of its Business Performance Diagnostic and Benchmark Index.
SOS campaigner Leila Kiersch said: "This march is a continuation of our opposition to the Department of Trade and Industry and the proposed selling of licenses for oil and gas drilling off the west Wales coast.
SOS campaigner Leila Kiersch said: 'This march is a continuation of our opposition to the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) and the proposed selling of licences for oil and gas drilling off the west Wales coast.
Det Insp Mas Ali explained: "We received complaints about UK Balls and have passed the inquiry to the Department of Trade and Industry, who are very keen to investigate what has gone on.
The Department of Trade and Industry knew in 2000 that Rover had little chance of surviving unless it could find a strategic partner, such as a high-volume car manufacturer.
This initiative is funded by the UK Department of Trade and Industry and One NorthEast.
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