Enterprise Fund


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Enterprise Fund

A government-owned fund that sells goods and services to the general public. Enterprise funds are common at the local level. They must abide by the same generally accepted accounting principles that private companies do.
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Greg Abbott's Enterprise Fund connection to a trouble drug company and the Trib's investigation into the rent-to-own industry in Texas.
Summary: On the signing of a financing and support agreement of the Tunisian American Enterprise Fund (TAEF) in favor of NETINFO, a training school for the digital arts professions, US ambassador
The Tennessee Department of Agriculture has announced a new agribusiness development grant, the Agriculture Enterprise Fund (AEF).
The move is an effort to get the solid waste enterprise fund back to solvency.
ONE of the North East's most experienced investment managers has been chosen to run a new, social enterprise fund.
Since a user charge is a market-like financing which shifts general fund activities to fee-supported enterprise fund activities, the usage of user fee-supported goods and services has become a popular strategic effort for cities to achieve more responsive and efficient finance systems (Bailey 1994; Netzer 1992; Stumm and Kahn 1996; Stumm 2000; Wagner 1976; Zorn 1991).
TUNIS, (TAP) - Minister of Foreign Affairs Mongi Hamdi received, Thursday in Tunis, Board Chairman of the Tunisian-American Enterprise Fund (TAEF) Bowman Cutter.
The Texas Enterprise Fund provides the state's leaders with a "deal closing fund" that can be used for a variety of economic development projects.
1 -- Senate Foreign Relations Committee Chairman John Kerry and Ranking Member Dick Lugar have introduced legislation that will lead to the establishment of the "Pakistan-American Enterprise Fund," to focus on strengthening the private sector in Pakistan using existing funds from the Kerry-Lugar-Berman aid package passed by Congress last year.
1 -- US Senate Foreign Relations Committee Chairman John Kerry and Ranking Member Richard Lugar on Saturday introduced a legislation that will lead to the establishment of the "Pakistan-America Enterprise Fund," to focus on strengthening the private sector in Pakistan using existing funds from the Kerry-Lugar-Berman aid package passed by the US Congress last year.
In Nottingham last week, Business Secretary Lord Mandelson announced an investment of pounds 2 million from the Capital for Enterprise Fund to local firm KeTech.
The Free Enterprise Fund has argued that the five members of the PCAOB should be appointed by the President or the chair of the SEC, not the members of the SEC, which is currently the case.

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