ISO 3166-1 Numeric Code

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ISO 3166-1 Numeric Code

A code used for international trade of goods and for international transactions involving securities or banking. These codes are used primarily in languages not based on the Latin alphabet.

004Afghanistan
010Antarctica
016American Samoa
020Andorra
024Angola
028Antigua and Barbuda
031Azerbaijan
040Austria
056Belgium
070Bosnia and Herzegovina
074Bouvet Island
076Brazil
086British Indian Ocean Territory
092British Virgin Islands
100Bulgaria
112Belarus
120Cameroon
140Central African Republic
148Chad
158Taiwan
162Christmas Island
166Cocos Islands
175Mayotte
178Republic of the Congo
180Democratic Republic of the Congo
184Cook Islands
188Costa Rica
196Cyprus
204Benin
212Dominica
218Ecuador
222El Salvador
226Equatorial Guinea
231Ethiopia
233Estonia
234Faroe Islands
239South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands
246Finland
248Aland Islands
250France
254French Guinea
258French Polynesia
260French Southern and Antarctic Territories
266Gabon
268Republic of Georgia
275Palestinian Territories
276Germany
288Ghana
296Kiribati
300Greece
304Greenland
308Grenada
312Guadeloupe
316Guam
334Heard Island and the McDonald Islands
336Vatican City
372Ireland
380Italy
384Cote d'Ivoire
438Liechtenstein
442Luxembourg
450Madagascar
466Mali
470Malta
474Martinique
492Monaco
499Montenegro
500Montserrat
508Mozambique
520Nauru
528Netherlands
531Curacao
534Sint Maarten
535Bonaire
540New Caledonia
562Niger
570Niue
574Norfolk Island
580Northern Mariana Islands
581U.S. Minor Outlying Islands
584Marshall Islands
585Palau
591Panama
612Pitcairn
616Poland
620Portugal
624Guinea-Bissau
626Timor-Leste
630Puerto Rico
638Reunion
642Romania
652Saint Barthelemy
659Saint Kitts and Nevis
660Anguilla
662Saint Lucia
663Saint Martin
666Saint Pierre and Miquelon
670Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
674San Marino
686Senegal
688Serbia
703Slovakia
705Slovenia
716Zimbabwe
724Spain
729Sudan
732Western Sahara
740Suriname
744Svarbald and Jan Mayen
756Switzerland
762Tajikistan
768Togo
772Tokelau
792Turkey
795Turkmenistan
796Turks and Caicos Islands
798Tuvalu
804Ukraine
831Guernsey
832Jersey
833Isle of Man
850U.S. Virgin Islands
854Burkina Faso
862Venezuela
876Wallis and Futuna
887Yemen
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304 applies to Example 2, the result is the same as in Example 1.
The study of potential energy binding site in different temperatures (298, 300, 302, 304,306 and 308K) in solvent part.
The metropolitan magistrate's court in Bandra had framed charges against the actor under Sections 304 A of the IPC (rash and negligent driving), 279 (rash driving), 337 (causing minor injuries), 338 (causing major injuries) and 427 (negligence).
Even in the face of the SEC's expanded use of Section 304 against innocent executives, it is important to note that the SEC has never brought a Section 304 claim against an executive where the alleged triggering misconduct was anything less than intentional and pervasive accounting fraud.
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Although four years passed between SOX's enactment and the SEC's first application of Section 304, since then it has risen higher in the agency's toolbox.
Section 304 of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act was enacted after these fraudsters committed the acts that were the subject of their prosecutions, and generally statutes are not given retroactive effect.
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Overall construction features include an aluminized steel exterior, Type 304, 2B finish stainless steel interior with continuously backwelded seams, top-mounted heat chamber, all interior drive components of 304 stainless steel, two independent doors for access to heat chamber and workspace, and more.
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Congress enacted IRC section 304 to prevent companies from trying to improperly withdraw earnings and profits from a company through the use of brother/sister corporations.