Reflecting a recent downtrend in crude oil prices and the weakness of the yen against other currencies, the trade surplus
is likely to expand this year because growth in exports is expected to outpace that in imports, Aida said.
That raised China's total surplus
for the first 10 months of the year to $133.
Investment recovery (IR) professionals are charged with the challenging responsibility of managing the rocky landscape of surplus
assets to maximize value and reduce risk and liability for the company disposing of these assets.
Rice, chairman of Aon Risk Services, surplus
lines insurance is subject to varying and often contradictory state rules governing such areas as producer licensing, due-diligence procedures, and premium tax payments.
Northern Ontario does not have a surplus
of skilled designers and craft people.
The tax is comprised of two parts: the capital tax and the earned surplus
The aggregate pension deficit for the 100 plans decreased by $43 billion, regaining 12 percent of the $371 billion in surplus
assets lost over the previous three years.
According to the explanatory notes, the proposals were intended to prevent taxpayers from utilizing internal reorganizations to create additional surplus
or an increase in the tax basis of shares in circumstances in which the shares transferred would continue to be part of the group and thus continue to have surplus
balances in respect of the taxpayer or a non-arm's-length party.
engagement on global small arms efforts grew during the late 1990s, interest in concrete measures to mitigate their harmful effects turned to the issue of eliminating recirculating and surplus
stocks in areas of concern.
The balance of trade in goods and services registered a surplus
The most recent projections from the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) and CBO indicate that, if current policies remain in place, the total unified surplus
will reach about $800 billion in fiscal year 2010, including an on-budget surplus
of almost $500 billion.
Hence the title of the featured paper, written by CBPP Executive Director Robert Greenstein: "Can The New Surplus
Projections Accommodate a Large Tax Cut?