provide subvention

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Chairman of the Waterfront Board and DUP councillor Christopher Stalford, said: "We are in favour of a private approach as we can't continue to provide subvention of pounds 2million a year for ever."
Only after passing through all these mandatory stages, the cattle cemeteries will be transferred to the balance of municipalities, which, in turn, will have to be given appropriate powers to maintain them and provide subventions. It should be recalled that earlier the cattle colonies were settled, as a rule, on the territory of collective farms and, after their disappearance, were abandoned.
Manufacturers also provide subventions, from time to time, to ensure stock liquidation, and these may also be passed on to the customer to reduce his effective interest burden.