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Payer

The person making a payment to a payee.

Payer

A person or institution that makes a payment. In ordinary transactions, the buyer is the payer, though a third party may be the payer in some circumstances. In bonds and loans, the issuer or borrower is the payer to the bondholder or lender. In equities, a publicly-traded company is the payer of dividends. See also: Payee.
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Paya will lead the continued integration of Elan's world-class Research and Development teams, and all of the company's medical, scientific and research functions will be accountable to him, including Development, Research, Clinical Relationships and the offices of the Chief Scientific Officer and Chief Medical Officer.
And this is precisely why Pope John Paul II, during his 1998 visit to Havana, disapproved of Valdes' meddling with foreign diplomats and refused to meet Paya.
Paya and the increasing numbers of courageous men and women in Cuba who struggle for the rights guaranteed by international law, yet systematically denied the Cuban people by Fidel Castro's regime, are worthy not only of our recognition but now, more than ever, of our unwavering support.
Paya has received some support from Cuban exiles in Miami and Madrid, such as Jose Basulto of Brothers to the Rescue, Ramon S.
In a statement faxed to AP and other news organizations in Havana, Paya insisted that the project was "persecuted because of the well-founded fear that the people will support it.
Pollster Sergio Bendixen will reveal the findings of a recent study of Latin American attitudes towards Fidel Castro, during a panel discussion on Cuba in which leading Cuba dissident Oswaldo Paya will participate by phone from Havana.
Opposition leaders reacted with cautious skepticism to a plan being promoted by noted dissident Oswaldo Paya calling on Cubans to help draw up a program for a transitional government and new constitution for the post-Castro era.
SDRC (Nasdaq:SDRC), a leading global supplier of Internet-enabled collaborative product development solutions, today announced that Singapore Technologies Aerospace (ST Aero), located in Paya Lebar, Singapore, has placed an order for SDRC's market-leading Metaphase(R) Enterprise(TM) product data management software and related services.
Former permanent secretary, Boikobo Paya has been promoted in Ministry of Minerals, Energy and Water Resources Boikobo Paya to its board by African Copper.
The cause of Castro's crackdown is fairly obvious, said Whitaker: economic decay, and a growing civil-society movement led by Oswaldo Paya, founder of the Varela Project.
In late June, five of Cuba's top dissidents issued a "declaration of principles" that called for unity among government opponents but dismissed individualism, in what was widely seen as a swipe at Paya.