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In auto sales, a slang term for false equity. For example, water occurs when a car owner claims $3,000 in equity on a vehicle when she only has $1,500 in equity.
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7 billion for water projects around the state is expected to be financed in the next decade, the spokesman said.
In the presence of a number of officials from the sector, Al Nasser signed a number of water projects funded by a Gulf grant to the Kingdom, worth about JOD 1mn ($1.
Ibrahim Sagheer Rageh, head of the development and service committee at the local council in Melhan, explained that there were disagreements regarding the payment of the feasibility studies for water projects between the General Authority for Rural Water Supply's office in Mahwit and the local council in Melhan.
The power and water sectors are two of the most active segments of the projects market in the Mena, with the GCC leading the way in terms of power and water projects.
8mi will be spent on the third phase of the Buraidah drinking water project.
While this book is at its best in its mixed-method approach and the depth of coverage of the intraparty institutional battle, it could have provided a deeper discussion of water projects and environmental policy and politics in general.
After singing the agreement, al-Arhabi lauded the contributions of the Japanese government to support the Yemeni government's effort in developing the rural water projects and rehabilitating water supply facilities, affirming Yemen's keenness to boost the bilateral cooperation with Japan in all areas of joint cooperation.
The pact signed in Singapore by JBIC President Hiroshi Watanabe and Hyflux President Olivia Lum, explores the possibility of cooperation between the two sides on water projects in the Middle East, North Africa and Asia, especially China and India.
Ihsan Zia said the two water projects can not resolve the problems of water in Aibak city.
The Golden State that we remember from a generation ago - that land of dreams, that place where families could make a fresh start, that state of great highway projects and great water projects and abundant housing and electricity and jobs - is still right here.
It is the first company in Texas dedicated exclusively to the systematic development of wholesale water projects using private equity.
The Government of Panama announced investments amounting to US$145 million in different water projects in the next two years: