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F.A.S.

the abbreviation for ‘free alongside’, a special type of sale of goods developed by commerce. The buyer pays for the freight, the insurance and export and import duties. The seller bears the cost of delivering the goods to the ship. See CIF, F.O.B., F.O.R.
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At the end of December FAS established that the proposals put forward by TELE2 conformed to the warnings and prolonged the deadline till 31 May 2018 due to certain technical specifics of tariff changing.
In an effort to finally bury the toxic FAS brand, the Government this week launched its replacement Solas - Seirbhs Oideachais Leanunaigh Agus Scileann.
The facial phenotype is the only aspect of the syndrome that is considered specific to FAS; (6) short palpebral fissure length, smooth philtrum and midface hypoplasia are key components of the FAS diagnostic criteria.
Despite its brevity, FSP FAS 157-3 opens the issue that intertwines "when" and "how" to apply fair value accounting.
FAS 157, issued in September and applicable to assets and liabilities permitted or required by GAAP to be measured at fair value, provides a single definition of fair value, a framework for measuring fair value and expands disclosures about fair value measurements.
That leaves the tax accounting professor with the challenge (or unenviable task) of integrating FAS No.
Under current accounting principles, the risk that a taxing authority will challenge a position taken on a tax return is generally treated as an unasserted claim under FAS 5 paragraphs 10 and 38.
The timeliness and quality of these science data products are used to support tools employed by FAS to assess crop productivity over large areas of the world.
FAS 150 originally required companies to classify mandatorily redeemable shares as a liability on their balance sheets.
The actual FAS payment will depend on the number of eligible sheep and RPA estimate it to be between 1.
The FAS phenotype is characterized by a combination of facial dysmorphic features, growth retardation, and central nervous system (CNS) abnormalities.