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Hence, the Ministry of General Affairs and Governance, whose measures in the context of the so-called "indexation" system related to the state's subsidization of basic consumer products had provoked wide controversy, was surrendered to Minister Mohamed El Ouafa who dissented from Al-Istiqlal Party, in what points to an indirect implication by the withdrawn party that won in the Moulay Yacoub constituency.
But the indirect implication of IPAB in the scandal has led some members of Congress to ask for an overhaul or even elimination of the agency.
However, he was of the view that there might be some indirect implications of the Dubai crisis if Pakistani investors have had deep exposure to the Dubai financial market.
Achievements could also bring a return of the "Middle Kingdom" arrogance that contributed to the demise of the millennia-old Chinese imperial system, with profound direct and indirect implications for the world.
While nonprofit boards are not required to follow most of these regulations, this column points out both direct and indirect implications of the legislation for nonprofit organizations.
The WTO Ministerial Meeting in Cancun, Mexico, which would have had direct or indirect implications on the case, collapsed on 14 September 2003, largely because the South, and especially Africa, refused to accommodate the elephants.
The WTO Ministerial Meeting in Cancun, Mexico, which would have had direct or indirect implications on the case, collapsed on September 14, 2003, largely because the South, and especially Africa, refused to accommodate the elephants.
However, a foot and mouth disease outbreak causing an agripolitical crisis for the Buenos Aires authorities could have significant though indirect implications for British buyers of other third country beef and perhaps Irish product.
The gradual progress of the peace process, with the result of renewed talks between Syria and Israel likely to have major direct implications for groups such as Hizbollah and indirect implications for Hamas and others.
TowerGroup believes recent changes in the brokerage industry will have both direct and indirect implications for the IT budgets at asset management firms.
At the same time, while the direct impact of the international financial crisis on Pakistan has been relatively limited so far, there were significant indirect implications.
Organizations are best served to take a close look at the strategy and understand the direct and/or indirect implications it can have on the way they approach information security," said Rasmussen.