government notes

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He opened his drawer, and took out ten government notes which were there, each for a thousand francs.
The Government notes in particular that the ICC has decided not to refer the matter to the Assembly of State Parties and the United Nations Security Council.
A Treasury spokesman said: "The Government notes the Advocate General of the European Court of Justice's opinion.
The bank, whose model evaluates the size of external debt relative to a country's economy, said that holders of Taiwan, South Korea and Israel government notes are least at risk.
Treasury bills and government notes skyrocketed 122 per cent to 17.
The government notes to the wholesalers "that they are not compelled to present to sugar and edible oil producer new documentation nor settle their orders by cheque.
Corporate and government notes and bonds accounted for 29 percent of all liquidity in 2005, the largest single piece of liquidity for the year.
5 billion yen worth of five-year Japanese government notes, whose coupon rate was set at a 31-month high of 0.
The FA must decide whether or not to bring misconduct charges as the Government notes how the soccer authorities deal with this issue.
98, 106), a clear sign of market integration; the American Revolution as "an extraordinary breakpoint" in the market for securities--with the widespread appearance of government notes and shares in banks, insurance, and transportation companies; the increasing productivity of farm labor after 1780 and the appearance of regional labor markets within Massachusetts by 1800; and the growing preference among commercial farmers for contract-labor rather than day-labor and, after 1830, a reliance on non-local or foreign-born workers.

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