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particularly to discourage the unlawful hunting of the most precious and
The sources said that in order to raise awareness among the masses and particularly to discourage the unlawful hunting of the most precious and valuable wild life, seminars will be held, under phased program in various parts of AJK under the auspices of the country office of the World Wild Life Federation, the National Council For Conservation of Wild Life and Fisheries Department of the state.
However, the official said that the FBR was needed to review the decision and there is need to increase the price of tobacco to discourage its consumers.
Commerzbank has announced a plan to charge fees to discourage large deposits.
Lawmakers have said that zeroing in on the youth's limited buying power is a good strategy to altogether lessen smoking prevalence among the 18 to 24 year-old age group and discourage prospective young smokers from initiating tobacco use.
The electronic auction will discourage collusion and ensure transparency," said the official.
Dr Yusuf Al Sharif, Emirati lawyer and legal consultant, told Khaleej Times that the decision will discourage the private sector from recruiting young Emiratis who are due to join military service.
Outside court in New York, Allen said he hoped it "would discourage anyone else from trying such a thing again".
Dubai: The private sector said the decision to regulate the firing of Emiratis could discourage their hiring.
2 : to make less likely to happen <The law discourages speeding.
So I propose that in order to discourage people from having anything to do with public transport we charge them a flat pounds 10 annual fee for a licence, entailing an ID card with photographic evidence, that entitles them to use this cancer that threatens the very fabric of society.
The revised code reduces the maximum lease period from 99 to 49 years, and introduces a system of tax incentives to discourage leaseholders from exporting unprocessed logs.