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BHS

GOST 7.67 Latin three-letter geocode for the Bahamas. The code is used for transactions to and from Bahamian bank accounts and for international shipping to the Bahamas. As with all GOST 7.67 codes, it is used primarily in Cyrillic alphabets.
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Sir Philip sold BHS after buying it for PS200m in May 2000.
Prior to Retail Acquisitions' purchase of BHS, the decision had already been made to close the Oxford and Fosse Park stores, which will happen in the coming months.
BHS was incorporated as a merger of these two agencies in January 1985 by Edward Berends, Dennis Hendricks and Thomas Stuit.
The BHS is working with sponsors to provide GPS equipment and training for those who wish to become more seriously involved.
A BHS spokeswoman said: ``We have decided to pull the whole range as a goodwill gesture.
The deal, which runs until the end of 2006, will enable Iceland to open a further 90 food sections in BHS stores by the end of next year.
The agreement, which will run until December 2006, includes an exclusive arrangement with BHS to operate food sections in their stores, and gives Iceland the option to open up to 90 further food stores by the end of 2001.
The firm also struck an affiliation with Christie's Great Estates to be their exclusive Manhattan affiliate, giving BHS access to 145 Christie's affiliates nationwide and offices in 37 countries.
Langendorf of BHS replies that despite their higher cost, uv inks can provide better overall economics because of shorter cleaning time and less start-up waste.
LIMITED CAPITAL NEEDS: With all new inpatient facility construction complete, BHS has no large capital plans over the medium term.