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But 1 know China's central bank understands that revaluing and floating their currency helps the Chinese economy, because to buy enough dollars to keep the yuan's value below that of the dollar creates inflationary pressure.
Unscrupulous ratings advisers are cashing in by cold-calling local businesses and promising to help slash their rates bill by revaluing the property for the appeal.
The estate argued IRC section 2504(c)'s limitation period for revaluing gifts for the gift tax barred revaluation of the gifts for estate tax purposes.
Thus, the two methods can be viewed as revaluing, respectively, the asset side of a balance sheet and the liabilities and owners' equity side of a balance sheet (see the box "Revaluation of Direct Investment in a Hypothetical Balance Sheet").
11 Competing revaluing construction paradigms in practice by George Aug
DOHA: Gulf central bank chiefs yesterday decided to stick to their target date of 2010 for a single currency and did not discuss revaluing their dollar-pegged currencies against the tumbling greenback.
The Austrian artist achieves a similar revaluing in the third work shown here, the film Entree, shot in an experimental, interactive IMAX theater in France.
For example, they are used for revaluing cards for the City of San Diego on-street parking meter program.
Recently, there have been urgent calls from the United States and Japan for China to share global economic responsibility by revaluing the renminbi.
In general, they provide that, for purposes of revaluing the partners' capital accounts, the FMV of partnership property has to be adjusted to account for the difference between the FMV of any outstanding noncompensatory options and the consideration paid by the option holders to acquire such options.
5, he warned that once the property was repaired, the assessors could end up revaluing it higher in later years.