Italian Derivatives Market

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Italian Derivatives Market (IDEM)

A derivatives market operated by the Italian Stock Exchange Council. It trades futures and options on the 30 index and individual stock options. See: Italian Stock Exchange.

Italian Derivatives Market

One of two markets for derivatives managed by the Italian Stock Market. Options and futures both trade on IDEM.
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He said that manufacturing diesel engine for automobiles, pickups, vans, small trucks and high chassis is in the IDEM future program, and added, ''Iran Khodro auto diesel engines with the capacity of 1.
IDEM previously published the draft permit for public comment, and held a public meeting and hearing on January 25, 2012.
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See Amnesty International, Algeria: Civilians Caught between Two Fires (New York: Amnesty International, 1997); idem, Algeria: Civilian Population Caught in a Spiral of Violence (New York: Amnesty International, 1997); Armed Islamic Group, Communique issued 11 January 1995; idem, Communique issued 16 January 1995; idem, Communique issued 18 January 1995; idem, Al-Qital, bulletin 32 (1996); United Nations, Algeria: Report of Eminent Panel, July-August 1998 (New York: United Nations Department of Public Information, 1998).
It is great to offer an alternative payment method to our constituents," said IDEM Commissioner Thomas Easterly.
Those conditions include allowing an IDEM commissioner or agent reasonable access to the site and records as well as not changing the scope of work as outlined in the original application, among other conditions.
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Materials reported to IDEM will include glass, paper, plastic and metals.
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Thomas Easterly, IDEM commissioner, says of the grant recipients, "These communities have taken the initiative to establish recycling programs, which have diverted usable materials from going to landfills and put money back into the economy.
For example, this is the main argument of some works on south Germany liberal bourgeoisie, see Paul Nolte, Gemeindeburgertum und Liberalismus in Baden 1800-1855 (Gottingen, 1994); idem, "Republicanism, Liberalism, and Market Society: Party Formation and Party Ideology in Germany and the United States, c.