financial year


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financial year

the year ending 31 March for which the corporation tax rate is set.
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The agenda listed for the meeting of the trustees include the proposal for the rate of interest on the EPF deposits for the current financial year.
Excess money that is present in PLA-IV is permitted to be kept even after end of the financial year.
Two year experience of any two financial years out of 7 years at least 50% of estimated cost of the Tender in each financial vear.
Analysts believe that government will miss its revenue collection target by a wider margin this financial year due to drought and bloated election period that affected businesses.
Giving details of the success in the first quarter of the financial year, he informed that the MCC had achieved 35 percent growth in collection by getting Rs.
According to the company, the reasons for the upgrade are the unexpectedly strong sales growth in the Kotipizza chain and the management's updated outlook on sales in the remaining period of the financial year.
The total receipts of Province for financial year 2017-18 are estimated at PKR 1.
The company sold 5,642,381 vehicles in the financial year ended March 31, 2017, an increase of 4 percent over the year-ago period.
95,780 crore during the corresponding period in the previous Financial Year, thereby registering a growth of 22.
The current account deficit for the financial year beginning April 1 is projected to be between 1 and 1.
In the preceding financial year, Paladin implemented cost cutting initiatives at its Langer Heinrich operation, turning its focus to what it deems an effective processing method known as nano-filtration technology employed at the mine which is expected to bear positive results for the financial year 2014/2015.
Violent crime fell by 9%in the last financial year, from 5,443 to 4,955, while criminal damage dropped by 11%.

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