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Singh chaired a consultative committee meeting of the Members of Parliament (MP) attached to the MHA and asserted that this is the first time that suggestions of the consultative committee are being obtained on the restructuring and reorganising of the MHA.
With the reorganising of its operations in Japan, Marimekko aims for increasing sales, as well as streamlining distribution and strengthening the position of the Marimekko brand in the Japanese market, according to the company.
Speaking during a press conference here, Hussain said there are reports that militants were reorganising themselves after they were rooted out of the region by the security forces.
The company is reorganising its business structure around four business divisions and four staff functions in order to increase the firm's efficiency, performance accountability and simplicity.
But angry objectors insist the options put forward do not include retention of the existing 12-bed unit The LHB says it is too small and reorganising would release funding for community-based services.
Earlier this month, the company cut the cost of its long-term debt by taking out a pounds 50m low-rate loan from Barclays and HSBC and now it is looking to maximise revenue from its work by reorganising the business in a move which will heavily involve the Newton Aycliffe plant.
The Finnish sports equipment company Amer Group Plc said today (2 June) that it expected the reorganising of its Wilson's businesses in the US to create cost savings of some EUR10m in 2004.
Valeo (VLOF.PA), a major auto parts supplier, is reorganising its organisational structure to improve profitability and improve the group's efficiency.
Tamro added that from this reorganising Tamro Group would record a EUR2.8m accounting loss which would be booked at the closing of the agreement.
Mazda Motor Corporation (Mazda) (TYO: 7261), a Japan-based automaker, is reorganising its global operations and concentrating on electric vehicles.
Cooper-Standard Automotive Incorporated (Cooper-Standard Automotive) (NYSE: CTB), a company that specialises in production of automotive systems and components, is reorganising its operating and reporting structures.
Navistar International Corporation (Navistar) (NYSE: NAV), a company that manufactures and markets medium and heavy trucks and mid-range diesel engines, is reorganising its truck segment into four business units.