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INCLUSIVE. Comprehended in computation. In computing time, as ten days from a particular time, one day is generally to be included and one excluded. Vide article Exclusive, and the authorities there cited.

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'Inclusive business makes growth in Cambodia more inclusive, dynamic, and it is instrumental for structural transformation to become an upper middle-income country,' said Heng Sok Kung, secretary of state at the Ministry of Industry.
Inclusive Wealth is "the wealth held by society that will generate well-being for people living today and for future generations", and the Inclusive Wealth Index represents its monetary value.
Class 1: From P17.00 (VAT inclusive) to P17.00 (rounded off from authorized P17.34)
Managing Director, The Fortune, Colonel retired Faud Hanif also apprised about the concept and approach towards inclusive education and pointed out the bottlenecks and presented the solutions with common examples.
Liu Zhengrong, vice president and secretary general of Xinhua News Agency, said Xinhua will continue to report China's policies and measures for developing inclusive finance and local experience and achievements in practice all over the country.
One of the Inclusive Business models in the finance sector is Globe Fintech Innovations, Inc.
He said for inclusive economic policies and laws, government must ensure maximum participation of private sector in parliamentary hearing process and system.
She said JONAPWD and the USAID approached the FCT education secretariat to partner with them to roll out the project of inclusive education in the capital city.
TOP-10 developing countries in "Inclusive Development Index 2018":

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