capital outlay


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Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh (MP) and Gujarat led the list among large states that saw the biggest increase in both capital outlay and capex.
It stressed that parallel bidding has no legal basis because the capital outlay allotment of the Comelec for the 2016 NLE preparatory activities is only P11.
Chunghwa Telecom expressed the increase of capital outlay this year is still under planning and will need the approval of the board of directors.
Questions 1, 7, 8, and 9 were moot because town meeting voters chose instead to transfer the money for those articles from free cash, rather than funding them through capital outlay exclusions.
But Tohoku Electric Power based in Sendai, Miyagi Prefecture, said it will raise its capital outlay for fiscal 2004 by 40 billion yen above the initial budget for fiscal 2003 to 246.
7 billion on infrastructure and other capital outlays, up 11.
ACT 5 HB 3: Provides for the Omnibus Bond Act and provides for limitations on certain appropriations included in the Capital Outlay Act for Fiscal Year 2017-2018
The other projects cornering shares of the pipelined capital outlay will be its 10MW phase 2 Maibarara geothermal power project and expansion of upstream petroleum ventures in Gabon, Africa.
Tseng Jui-yu, senior manager of SEMI Taiwan, pointed out that capital outlay for semiconductor equipment will slacken in the second half, as B/B (book to bill) ratio for semiconductor equipment had been in decline since April, dropping below 0.
Voters at last week's town meeting approved, contingent on today's vote on Questions 4 through 6, capital outlay exclusions for fiscal 2008 of $6,000 for upkeep, maintenance and improvement of sport fields at South Common; $9,999 to replace worn-out tables and chairs in the Public Safety training room; and $9,999 to weatherize and install storm windows on the second floor windows of the Town Hall.
The majority of the CIP is funded with pay-as-you-go sources including impact fees, sales tax revenues, and capital outlay millage.
This was driven mainly by expenses on the infrastructure projects of the Department of Public Works and Highways, and capital outlay projects of the Department of Education and the Department of Health.