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Basel

A town in Switzerland. It has been known for centuries as a meeting place where a number of international agreements have been formed. See also: Basel I, Basel II.
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Basle Committee on Banking Supervision, 1995, "Planned Supplement to the Capital Accord to Incorporate Market Risk," Basle, Switzerland, April.
The company was founded 1999 by media giant Bertelsmann in New York and was purchased in an asset deal transaction from a group of investors around Rolf Brugger and Michael Bornhausser 2003 and transferred to Basle, Switzerland.
He served as Chair of the Board's Committee on Federal Reserve Bank Activities and as Chair of the G-10 Committee on Payment and Settlement Systems in Basle, Switzerland.
BOXING mentor and guru Paddy Lynch has plotted a victory path for his protege Wayne Elcock to win the world IBF middleweight title in Basle, Switzerland, on Saturday night.
The company, headquartered in Muttenz, near Basle, Switzerland, has a staff of around 7,100 in Germany.
Syngenta, based in Basle, Switzerland, is a major manufacturer of crop protection products.
Previously, he had been working as a trademark agent for a large chemical firm in Basle, Switzerland.
The team from the Sleep Laboratory of Basle, Switzerland, found a body in deep sleep sends its heat from the centre to the outside.
The exhibition will open in Basle, Switzerland and then move to Quebec to be open from May 30, 2000, to the following January 7.
In Basle, Switzerland, Birmingham's British middleweight champion Wayne Elcock goes up against German Arthur Abraham with the prestigious IBF crown at stake.
When they finally arrived, exhausted, in Basle, Switzerland, the one time Olympic champions discovered all 23 bags had gone missing.
Michael Hoever, Basle, Switzerland, +41 (0) 61-487 85 85, or Craig Kussman, CFO, San Diego, California, +1-858-228-4113, ir@discoverypartners.