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BHS

GOST 7.67 Latin three-letter geocode for the Bahamas. The code is used for transactions to and from Bahamian bank accounts and for international shipping to the Bahamas. As with all GOST 7.67 codes, it is used primarily in Cyrillic alphabets.
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BHS considered McKesson Information Solutions early in the selection process because of its longstanding partnership with the vendor.
BHS sold more than $750 million of apartments in 1997.
The Stable Outlook reflects Fitch's expectation that BHS will maintain the leading and dominant market share in its PSA and record consistent profitably, which should support adequate debt service coverage metrics.
His wife Tina "is still being paid tens of millions of pounds of tax-free repayments on the loan that was engineered to sell BHS from one Green family business to another".
There have been calls for Sir Philip to be stripped of his knighthood over the BHS saga.
Meanwhile, two suppliers to stricken retailer BHS have fallen into administration, resulting in the loss of 350 jobs.
You can't buy BHS gift vouchers anymore, but the shop says it will accept them for now.
The Protection Fund is currently in surplus, with around 115% of the money needed to meet all its promises; it has assets in excess of PS20bn, so, while this situation is clearly not good news for the current and former employees of BHS, there is a robust safety net there to catch them.
BHS was purchased in 2015 by a consortium of financiers, led by Chappell, known as Retail Acquisitions from Sir Philip Green, who negotiated the sale for GBP1.
Sir Philip Green, who owns Topshop, sold BHS last year for PS1.
BHS, with 160 Eugene employees, was hired by Paris-based SUEZ to design, engineer, manufacturer and install recycling equipment at two waste recovery facilities south of Aberdeen.
STRONG LIQUIDITY POSITION: BHS has a strong liquidity position for the rating category with $208 million in unrestricted cash and investments adjusted for draws in lines of credit as of June 30, 2012, equating to 696.