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Top nationalities that sought BRL services in February included Indians, Pakistanis, Egyptians, British, Saudis, Chinese, Jordanians, Syrians and Americans.
Overall BRL activity in November shows that Dubai economy maintained its growth and achieved a qualitative shift in various categories.
On September 30, 2014, Bradesco market value stood at BRL 146.
Yankuang Resources and HD Mining nominate Australian based executives to be appointed as BRL board members.
Net revenue per available seat-kilometer (PRASK) reached BRL 15.
Including the staff at firm's headquarters in Newcastle, BRL now employs 80 people.
BRL managing director Ciaran Murray said: "We believe it could add another four years to the project.
In the next paragraphs, we have reviewed and discussed pertinent lessons in North-South and South-South cooperation based on the interactions of BRL and BRTI and with DBL and with other research institutions in southern Africa and internationally.
However, BRL Hardy pulled out of the deal because of a decline in listings.
The world's largest wine company is being created through the pounds 864 million takeover of Australian firm BRL Hardy by US group Constellation Brands, it was announced yesterday.
4bn (pounds 864m) takeover of Australian firm BRL Hardy by US group Constellation Brands, it was announced yest erday.
SEM and BRL beat off rival bids from Vivendi, the Lyonnaise des eaux and the SAUR group (Bouygues) to secure the contract from the Algerian Government and the World Bank.
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