Approved Deferred Share Trust

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Approved Deferred Share Trust

In the United Kingdom, a trust created by a publicly traded company consisting of shares in that same company. The company creates the ADST to benefit its employees. Shares in an ADST are not taxed until they are sold, and even then are taxed at a reduced rate. A company must receive approval from Inland Revenue before a trust is recognized as an ADST. See also: Employee stock option.
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Founded in 1986, ADST is funded through membership dues and contributions from the private sector and facilitates the publication of books, memoirs and papers.
The resulting Foreign Affairs Oral History Collection of ADST can be found by running a Web search on the phrase "frontline diplomacy.
He was supported by ADST staff and successive teams of college interns.
Second, in February, ADST began placing the transcripts of its diplomatic oral history collection, "Frontline Diplomacy," on the American Memory Web site of the Library of Congress (www.
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Nasdaq: ADST, ADSTW), a leading software and application service provider for the classified advertising industry, today announced financial results for the quarter ended September 30, 2002.
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