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Exit packages include redundancy costs, pension contributions through years of service, ex-gratia payments, and other costs such as compromise agreements -- dubbed 'gagging orders'.
On the flipside, Blacklane found that capital cities are 'the majority of the slowest airports to exit in Apac for international travelers.'
"Time and again Exit Polls have failed to catch the people's pulse.
All pollsters agree that without a structured questionnaire, the data for an opinion or exit poll can neither be collected coherently nor be analysed systematically to arrive at vote share estimates.
The Al Mazrooah Interchange -- Exit 72 from 'Al Majd Road' and Exit 61 from Shamal Road -- has four main bridges and four loops, and connects Al Majd Road to Al Shamal Road in both northbound and southbound directions.
Songjiang Nanjing Intersection-MRT Songjiang Nanjing Station Exit 7, next to the YouBike station
Who are they?Of the 60 exits in the region are spread across MENA, the UAE headquartered 38 per cent of the startups that were exited followed by 15 per cent in Egypt' ecommerce (22 per cent), Media (18 per cent) and F&B (15 per cent) make up 55 per cent of the industries covered in the M&A activity in the startup space; the average time to exit of the 60 startups was seven years from founding the company to exiting; and 47 per cent of startups have been acquired by MENA organisations.
It is often given by the value depending on the distance from the exit. The dynamic floor field D represents the characteristic that pedestrians tend to follow their predecessors.
But an astonishing 87% of them don't have an exit plan.
New Delhi: Likening the Indian economy in the 21st century to the Charkravyuha legend of the Mahabharata -- the ability to enter but not exit -- the Economic Survey 2015-16 today cautioned that the country is facing adverse consequences due to the lack of a way out for failed ventures.