financial year


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financial year

the year ending 31 March for which the corporation tax rate is set.
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'The loss was Rs.2.69 billion in financial year 2006-2010 and it dropped to Rs.
The company sold 5,642,381 vehicles in the financial year ended March 31, 2017, an increase of 4 percent over the year-ago period.
The current account deficit for the financial year beginning April 1 is projected to be between 1 and 1.5 percent of the GDP, which would be a sharp rise from the 0.7 percent in the current financial year, as (http://profit.ndtv.com/news/budget/article-current-account-deficit-to-narrow-to-0-7-of-gdp-nomura-1278527) projected by Nomura earlier this month.
In the financial year ended 30 June 2014, cost cutting initiatives implemented at the Langer Heinrich mine resulted in costs decreasing 4% to US$28.8/lb.
Reports of anti-social behaviour reduced by 13% in the last financial year (55,358 to 41,985) and that figure has risen to 40% in the first three months of the new financial year following the force's introduction of a new risk assessment process.
It was also reported that company's sale for the 9 month (April to December 2011) period was registered at 19,548 units against 13,475 units in corresponding 9 months (April to December 2010) in the last financial year. Kedia said, "We are targeting to sale more than 26,000 three wheelers by the end of this financial year.
As from 1 January 2012, the financial year of Itway will have a duration of 12 months.
At the meeting, the shareholders were informed regarding related party transactions for the financial year 2010 and approved the renewal of transaction with a related party for the financial year 2011.
Operating revenues for the financial year 2009 were NZD4.6bn, a decrease of NZD58m or 1.2% compared to the financial year 2008.
Administration costs for the financial year increased by 15% to $1,174,378 from $1,021,415 in the 2006 financial year.
However, there was only brief mention of NTT DoCoMo's sales and profit growth, and scant reference to the cost-cutting contribution by NTT East and West, before the topic shifted to the outlook for the next financial year.
The figure for the previous financial year was pounds 470,897.

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