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Specifically, the 2017 pre-tax profit of reported FDI enterprises reached VND 344,607.5 billion, an increase of 19.2% compared to 2016.
Summary: Persistence Market Research has announced the addition of the "Enterprise Content Management Solution Market" report to their offering.
1, 2018, there were 12,184 family enterprises that passed state registration as a legal entity in Uzbekistan, and 11,679 of them or 95.9 percent were operating.
The study includes enterprises classified in selected by Eurostat sectors of the classification of economic activities NACE with the exception of group 64.2 or activity of holding companies as they are defined in EU Regulation 295/2008 for Structural Business Statistics.
A total of 6,877 newly-formed enterprises were registered in 2015 which is 10.3 percent of the overall enterprise activity, and a 4 percent drop was noted compared to 2014, published the State Statistical Office.
"By being voted by CIOs, these companies have proved their expertise in specific technology areas, placing them among the top percentile of enterprise ICT vendors in India.
Depending on their relation with other enterprises, in relation to the capital or the vote rights held or to the right of exercising any dominant influence, Article 41 from the Law no.
A team from Social Enterprise UK visited Conwy recently to look at the many social enterprises contributing to the local economy.
The use of mobile broadband connection in 2013 by Cypriot enterprises reached 56.2% compared to 49.0% in 2012, according to the results of the annual survey "Information and Communication Technologies Usage and E-Commerce in Enterprises 2013", announced Monday Cyprus` Statistical Service.
In the EU27, 95% of enterprises had access to the internet in January 2011.
RAMALLAH, December 1, 2011 (WAFA) -- Total foreign liabilities of Palestinian enterprises (stocks held by non-residents invested in Palestinian enterprises) amounted to US$2,297 million at the end of 2010, according to a Palestinian Central Bureau of Statistics (PCBS) report on Thursday.
LIVERPOOL-based Social Enterprise North West, which represents social enterprises across the region, has received a pounds 50,000 loan from The Social Enterprise Loan Fund.

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