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It alleged that the amount remitted by these firms through banks was around Rs 2,252.
2 fold increased risk of current atopic adult asthma and a similarly high risk of having atopic remitted asthma (8.
The order requires The Bank to pay a civil money penalty of $46,050, which will be remitted to the Federal Emergency Management Agency for deposit into the National Flood Mitigation Fund.
Investigators staked out several banks and finally confirmed that one of the men who remitted money to Hong Kong was Guo, according to the police.
Agoraphobia had a significant impact on the probability of remission: Nearly two-thirds of patients with panic without agoraphobia remitted in the first 3 years, compared with one-third who had panic with agoraphobia.
The parties should work together to ensure that the taxes are calculated, sourced, and remitted correctly.
The Company successfully remitted funds through its stored value card platform from Los Angeles, California to San Salvador, El Salvador and to Michoacan, Mexico.
There are many universities that have not remitted statutory contributions.
Revenue-generating agencies and offices under the Department of Transportation (DOTr) have remitted a total of PHP25.
The contributions should have been remitted 'within 30 days from the time they became due and demandable.
The PCGG has reportedly remitted at least P631 million to the National Treasury in 2013, exceeding its P450-million target.
PNB Xpress Money Remit Card is a prepaid product that features a unique combination offering dual benefits of "Debit + Remit" that will make it easier for a customer in India to access funds remitted to them by loved ones residing abroad.