Activity Account

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Activity Account

An account into which government funds are placed for a specific purpose or department. For example, in a city budget, police funds may be placed in a different activity account than public health funds. Activity accounts provide a useful way to segregate government appropriations.
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Industrial activity accounts for 85% of Tunisia's 17,692 standards, he Friday told participants at the opening of the National Day of Quality held at the premises of the Tunisian Confederation of Industry, Trade and Handicrafts (French: UTICA).
A Welsh Government spokesman said: "While we will consider this report carefully, it is important to recognise that private patient activity accounts for 0.
According to the Intelligence-Wheeling News-Register, a Columbus-based law firm has determined Marcellus and Utica shale activity accounts for $33.
The scope of the black market activity accounts for up 85 per cent of customer service emails and calls.
While CIS buying activity accounts for substantial 15 percent of prime central London purchases by value, Chinese billionaires are yet to have a real impact, accounting for just 3 percent of prime central London resale purchases.
The less than expected drop encourages an improved outlook for future growth as service-based activity accounts for more than two-thirds of the economy, and the Bank of England is widely expected keep the benchmark interest rate at the record low and maintain its GBP 175B in asset purchases to foster a sustainable recovery.
The other 40% of activity accounts for aromas and concentrates for Fanta, Sprite and Coke (60% of Signes' turnover).
Pierce said problems with the cafeteria accounts had been resolved and the student activity accounts still had some unaccounted outstanding amounts but the situation has improved considerably.
Because there are only about 100 buildings in the Meatpacking District, many of which are small, Owles' activity accounts for a very large portion of the leases done in the area.
And trade activity accounts for 10 percent of our region's gross domestic product.
In Japan such lamebrain activity accounts for 2,500 road accidents a year.
The work of the Federal Reserve examiners has included, among other procedures, a review of all loans of more than $50,000 that were charged off between 1982 and 1991, selected overdraft reports for the last three years, all large loans repaid within six months of the examination, large depositor and high activity accounts, personnel files and expense accounts, and Bank Secrecy Act procedures.