Standard Industrial Classification Code

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Standard Industrial Classification Code

A four digit code used in business to classify the industry to which a company belongs. The SIC code was created by the U.S. government in 1937 to facilitate communication within and between businesses and industries. For the most part, the SIC was replaced by the six digit NAICS in 1997, but the SEC still uses the SIC. For example, an oil & gas exploration company might file with the SEC under the SIC code 1382.
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Rates of different commodities per 100kg are: rice (Super Kernel Basmati New) minimum Rs 8000 and maximum Rs 9000, white sugar minimum 5190 and maximum Rs 5190, white gram minimum Rs 5500 and maximum Rs 5800, Red Chilli Whole (Dry) minimum Rs 23000 maximum Rs 23000.
Rice (Super Karnal Basmati New) minimum Rs 8000 and maximum Rs 10000, white sugar minimum 5190 and maximum Rs 5200, white gram minimum Rs 5800 and maximum Rs 6000, Red Chili Whole (Dry) minimum Rs 23000 maximum Rs 24000.
CREWE-BASED Dairygold Food Ingredients--0845 5190 173--has appointed Antony Kourellias as business development chef within Foodservice.
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The winter death figure in 1999-2000 - when Scotland was hit by the worst flu attack in living memory - was 5190.
The translucent Lifesavers-hued rainbow of the iMAC and the interchangeable metallic-colored plastic covers of NOKIA 5190 cellular phones are only the best-looking examples.
Advanced Micro Devices Inc introduced a 400MHz version of its K6-2 processor at Comdex yesterday, and Compaq Computer Corp introduced the Presario 5190 and the Presario 5100c Series "internet PC" desktop systems, the first to use the new chip.
Nokia, Irving, Texas, has introduced the Nokia 5190, an affordable GSM 1900 digital PCS handset targeted for consumers who want digital phones that are easy to use.
Address : PO Box 5190 615 Loop Road, Suite 101 Harbourt Hall
Maize minimum Rs 2000 and maximum 2400, Rice Super Basmati (New) minimum Rs 11000 and maximum Rs 11000, Rice Basmati (old) minimum Rs 12500 and maximum Rs 13000, white sugar minimum Rs 5190 and maximum Rs 5190, white gram (local) minimum Rs 6500 and maximum Rs 6500, Red Chilli Whole (Dry) minimum Rs 14000 maximum Rs 14000, Cauliflower minimum Rs 4000 and maximum Rs 4500, Onion minimum Rs 3400 and maximum Rs 3600, Tomato minimum Rs 7000 and maximum Rs 7500, Ginger (china) minimum Rs 12500 and maximum Rs 13000, Peas minimum Rs 9000 and maximum Rs 10000, Brinjal minimum Rs 2000 and maximum Rs 2400, Potato Fresh minimum Rs 2600 and maximum Rs 2800, Dates (Aseel) minimum Rs 10500 and maximum Rs 11000, Mango (Anwer Ratol) minimum Rs 7000 and maximum Rs 8000.
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