illegal incentive

See: bribe
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Addressing the Lebanese from the castle of Rashaya in southeast Lebanon, where Lebanon's early national leaders were imprisoned by French Mandate authorities for their struggle for independence, Suleiman said: "The government has recently initiated discussions on a draft electoral law that would guarantee correct representation of all components of society and most importantly for women, pave the way for holding a free and transparent election process, away from any attempt at illegal incentive or intimidation, and that better reflects the spirit of the constitutional pact and goes in line with that of the Taif Accord.
More than 2900 students were victims of these unfair practices, falsely told the courses were free, and offered illegal incentives, like iPads, to hand over personal details.
Everybody in politics promotes voting the way dentists promote flossing, but challenges to voting rights and allegations of illegal incentives to vote and improprieties about encouraging new voters cannot help.
This is not new territory for the medical device industry, which has been in the spotlight as a result of some companies allegedly using kickbacks and other illegal incentives to gain market share and increase the use of their devices among physicians.
The government should stop Salman Taseer statements and how can a tax thieve make comments on court verdict for hiding his illegal incentives, Nisar questioned, adding, his statements come in lines of contempt of court and people giving threats of corpses to Punjab are neither sincere with PPP nor with the country.
Under the decision, the EU has the right to reintroduce sanctions if the WTO rules that the revised tax code continues to break international trade rules by offering illegal incentives to US companies to export.
The commission said on Tuesday that Ryanair would have to pay back millions of pounds in illegal incentives to use the state-run Charleroi Airport,near Brussels.
The fundamental premise that underlies these cases is that the companies are creating illegal incentives and unethical incentives to physicians and other health care providers to undertreat their patients," Scruggs told a Wall Street audience in 1999.