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The new European Central Bank guidelines introduce changes to the monetary policy implementation framework, which include the following: The Eurosystem is implementing an ECB decision on the collateral eligibility criteria for unsecured bank bonds.
Kyrgyzstan during the session of the International Organization of Turkic Culture (TURKSOY) in Kazakhstan suggested to introduce changes in the agreement of the Organization concerning the election and term of the Secretary General of the TURKSOY, the Ministry of Culture of Kyrgyzstan reported.
Development of the geodetic and cartographic to introduce changes in the part of the cartographic records regarding land plot no 584/3 located within Kuchary gm, Stopnica.
So plans to introduce changes to traffic management will be welcomed by many people, particularly dedicated staff who work at Wales' largest hospital.
KARACHI -- Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Chairman Shehryar Khan on Sunday stated that it has become essential to introduce changes in the Pakistani team and the management after its terrible performance in the ICC World T-20 2016.
France and Italy are such countries that were compelled to introduce changes to their legislation given the weight of terrorist threats, he meanwhile noted.
SIR - I write in response to Chris Franks' recent letter criticising the Welsh Government's decision to introduce changes to the way the Welsh Ambulance Services responds to urgent calls, allowing them to prioritise patients in most need of life-saving care.
He has also hinted the cabinet might introduce changes in the projected increase in defense expenditures, which are currently at 1.
It is important to introduce changes into the electoral legislation in a timely manner to enable parties to become familiarized with the changes, the President said.
The system will introduce changes to fleet management areas.
Haji Adeel also stressed the need to introduce changes in army's setup.
Earlier in their meeting with the Najam Sethi, PML (Q) had demanded to introduce changes in Punjab's bureaucracy.