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They covered the best means to put into force the transport corridor agreement, mechanisms for its operation in trade and economic fields and called for the private sector to invest in this sector.
The Chamber of Deputies voted by an overwhelming majority of 56-4 for the law which will be put into force by early next year.
He told Shana that the Oil Ministry would put into force any decision be taken by the government pertaining to energy carrier prices.
The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas is preparing to put into force tougher guidelines for the banking sector in line with the Basel Core principles (BCP).
He explained that some 40,000 people are currently working in Macedonia's building sector as 10,000 more will be required by 2020 provided all energy efficiency measures are put into force by then.
The Committee took the decisions that put into force these recommendations.
A roadmap for the subordination of the TSK to the Ministry of Defense that the government planned to put into force was published in the Radikal daily, quoting a senior member and a deputy from the ruling Justice and Development Party (AK Party) soon after the June 12, 2011 elections.
Japanese oil companies are required to either cut back on their refining capacity of crude oil or improve the efficiency of producing gasoline, diesel oil and other value-added petroleum products by the end of March 2014 under a law put into force in 2009 to enhance their international competitiveness.
Under a law put into force in 2009 to increase their international competitiveness, Japanese oil firms are needed to either cut back on their refining capacity of crude oil or improve the efficiency of producing gasoline, diesel oil and other value-added petroleum products by the end of March 2014.
The same sources say that under the pressure from the West, this doctrine has never been put into force.
Amman, Mar 14 (Petra) -- Health minister Abdullatif Wreikat and his Libyan counterpart Fatima Hamrouche have agreed to put into force a signed health memo of understanding and add an annex to regulate admission of Libyan patients in Jordanian hospitals and remove any procedural obstacles.
The ECFA, put into force on January 1, 2011, gradually reduces customs duties to zero in three years.