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Income tax law is not only discouraging start-ups but it has failed to deliver therefore it should be replaced or amended to make it easily comprehensible, business-friendly, fair and acceptable to all the stakeholders, it said.
The result of discouraging half your medical students from the field is a lower quality field.
Aside from discouraging the youth from smoking, revenue-wise, it's an excellent complement to the Sin Tax law that has already exceeded its targets," Barzaga said.
Among the resolutions were those discouraging media campaigns that would impede the successful negotiation of disputes and discouraging the launching of country-specific initiatives within the Arab League without the consent of that specific country.
I'M ALL in favour of discouraging drivers from using mobile phones while at the wheel, but why can't perpetration of more serious crimes be treated in the same way, by having their names and faces displayed?
The new regulations would add several thousand dollars to the cost of converting an apartment unit to a condo, potentially discouraging some developers who would find it more expensive to evict tenants.
The minister said he is raising the levy to 19 cent because the current charge is not discouraging shoppers from using disposable bags - and littering the streets.
The defender normally guarding the Trigger (X5 in both diagrams) serves as a helpside defender in discouraging lob passes to any of the front line offensive pass receivers.
Discouraging interlopers has been a popular theme, both in duetting to defend a territory and duetting to drive away a potential mate stealer.
The practice often has a deleterious effect in developing countries, overpowering local producers or discouraging expanded agricultural development.
The move was yesterday attacked for "positively discouraging car sharing" with opposition councillors calling for a complete rethink.
CEOs at our Leadership Summit (see page 50) argued that Sarbox is discouraging them from taking risks and therefore making money.