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Another possible use would be to relieve the debts of certain countries by exchanging them for termless obligations at lower rates.
Zamandash political party announces the beginning of termless campaign "for transparent elections", said co-chairman of the party Stanislav Yepifantsev at a press conference in Bishkek on March 15.
Tursunbai Bakir uulu's another proposal was to eliminate the line showing the expiry date of the passport and to make the passports termless.
The Members of the Parliament decided to not tax the so-called termless deposits, saving accounts, child savings and current accounts.
MP Ainura Altybaeva (Ar Namys) said the termless strike started at the Kumtor mine yesterday.
The production process at the company was suspended on Sunday evening due to a termless strike of the workers.
Protesters at the central square of Osh city today announced a termless rally in support of MPs Kamchibek Tashiev and Jyldyz Joldosheva.
The labor unions staged an effective, mass, termless strike after the early November notice of the management of the heavily indebted state-owned railway company BDZ Holding that it intended to lay off 2 000 workers, and reduce the number of trains in operation by 150 (later scaled down to 138) by January 2012.
State Customs Service Chairman Kubanychbek Kulmatov returned from the termless leave, Customs Service Vice Chairman Zamirbek Malabekov told edition Tazabek today.
In case their demands are not met, they threaten to go on termless strike.
The Committee is ready to hold termless meetings, marches and other peaceful actions to protect freedoms and rights of law enforcement officers in case their demands are not met.
The labor unions have vowed to stage an effective, A mass, termless strike after the recent notice of the management of the heavily indebted state-owned railway company BDZ Holding that it intended to lay off 2 000 workers, and reduce the number of trains in operation by 150 (later scaled down to 138) by January 2012.