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The group has provisionally concluded that the economic and commercial incentives around both decisions would have led to the same outcome in each case, irrespective of the MoU.
An IOC statement said: "The IOC's executive board decided to provisionally suspend Mr.
Fifa's ethics committee has a l s o announced it has provisionally suspended Worawi Makudi, the president of Thailand's Football Association and a former member of the Fifa executive committee, from all football activities at national for 90 days.
FIFA secretary-general Jerome Valcke has also been banned for 90 days, meaning the three most powerful men in world football are now all provisionally suspended while investigations by FIFA's ethics committee continue.
AIBA's decision to provisionally suspend BI came just two days later after the latter had announced the date for its annual general meeting on October 3.
And his restored replica of the car in movie Chitty Chitty Bang Bang was provisionally sold for [euro]260,000.
As such, it has provisionally concluded the merger would not reduce competition.
Mumbai -- The Indian equity markets, which were subdued throughout the intra-day trade on the back of Greece loan default, bounced back and provisionally closed in the positive territory on Tuesday.
The Vice Chancellor said that the students would be admitted provisionally while their final results of FSc/FA would be considered later.
The Vice Chancellor said that the students would be admitted provisionally on matriculation bases while their results of FA/ FSC would be considered later.
For the period January-March the Index is provisionally estimated to have a decrease of 2.
Accordingly, Kashif Sadique was issued a notice of charge by the PCB in January 2014 wherein he was provisionally suspended from participating in any form of cricket pending the proceedings of the Anti-Doping Tribunal, who after conducting detailed personal hearings found Kashif Sadique (presence of a prohibited substance or its Metabolites or Markers in a Cricketer's Sample) and imposed a ban of 2 years.