Published on Thursday, 10 October 2013 09:17 PNN The results of the surveys issued by the Palestinian Central Bureau of Statistics (PCBS) show that there are 121,264 non-agricultural enterprises in private and non-governmental operating in the economic activities
covered in Palestine.
The Commission considers that public companies that carry out economic activities
in competition with private companies should likewise be subject to corporate tax just as private companies are.
3% in the fourth quarter of 2012 compared to same quarter of the previous year for the total of covered economic activities
In 2011, Abu Dhabi gross output of economic activities
amounted to Dh1,068.
The UAE ministries of economy and health have signed a MoU aimed at establishing a solid institutional relationship between the both parties in the field of common economic activities
The results of the surveys reveal there are 103,766 enterprises operating in the economic activities
The highest decrease of employees was in economic activities
"Electricity, gas, steam and air conditioning supply"- 3.
Muscat, April 20 (ONA) The National Economy Ministry today released the 10th edition of the National Accounts Bulletin that covered statistics on various economic activities
This is the reason why interest rates are remaining low in spite of a pick-up in economic activities
While industrial wage employment (or Fordism) dominated economic activities
during the 19th and early 20th centuries, it ceased to provide an organizing framework for economic interactions and has now replaced the dominant industrial mode of production with a service and financial economy.
He argues that their economic activities
and ways of doing things changed substantially over this period.
Guzzetti's essential argument, synthesized in an essay in Italian, (1) is that popolane -- and patrician women as well, though on a lesser scale -- were ubiquitous in Venice: traveling confidently about the city, engaging in a vast array of economic activities
, associating with large networks of kin and non-kin, joining institutions -- in short they were vigorous and confident participants in both private and public life.