cost of recovery

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The tariff model is in it for Rotterdam municipality important because municipality of Rotterdam one hand, attaches to the cost of recovery end up with the overdue debtor, but those costs on the other hand will minimize to the financial problem for the debtor fails to even greater to Creating and thus the likelihood of a successful recovery to be as great as possible.
According to the study, 13% put the estimated cost of recovery as high as $30 million, 31% put the figure at$ 20-30 million, and 34% $ 20 to 30 million.
Acknowledging that the cost of recovery from the tsunami and earthquake was high and would run into billions of dollars, H E Morimoto noted that Japan would take it 'step-by-step' to achieve normal life again.
Islamabad, Sept 21 (ANI): US Special Envoy for Pakistan and Afghanistan Richard Holbrooke has reiterated that the international community cannot fund the entire cost of recovery from the devastation caused by floods, and that the Pakistan government must do more in this regard.
The damage caused by the floods and the cost of recovery could bring long-term economic pain to Pakistan and shave more than one percentage point off economic growth, analysts say.
As well as loss of revenue, the authority has to bear the cost of recovery and prosecution.
However, the cost of recovery will be felt by the nation and carried mostly by taxpayers in the form of tax rises and savage cuts in public spending.
The most common problems are flat batteries, punctured tyres and engine troubles and the cost of recovery can be more than pounds 100 if you don't have proper breakdown cover.
Five weeks later her Mini is now back at the dealership and the cost of recovery and a hire car has run into thousands.
In most organizations, reputational damage far outweighs direct loss and cost of recovery.
The company found that the average cost of recovery from a virus attack where more than 25 PCs were simultaneously infected was GBP52,000 in 2002 compared to GBP45,000 in 2001.