Exchequer


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Exchequer

1. See: HM Treasury.

2. A general term, especially in the United Kingdom, for a fund or account.

Exchequer

a UK government office within the TREASURY responsible for the receipt, custody and issue of government funds.
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The EBM approved inquiry against the management of National Highway Authority (NHA) and others for causing a collective loss of Rs 14 billion to the national exchequer by illegally awarding Karachi-Lahore Motorway-III, Abdul Hakeem, (230km) contract to Messers China Railway, and 20 Bureau Group Corporation.
Sarvat Fahim, Mushtaq Ali Leghari, Mehmood Ahmed, Ghulam Nabi Mehar, Abdul Haye Dhamra, Syed Imdad Ali Shah, Syed Umeed Ali Shah and others for misuse of authority and causing losses up to national exchequer of Rs.
The bureau said in its reference filed in the Accountability Court that the investigation was conducted regarding corruption and corrupt practices in the awareness campaigns on TV and FM channels between July 2013 and June 2015 and it was found that the accused acted in connivance with each other resulting in loss to the national exchequer.
Third, complaint verification was authorized against officers/officials of University of Punjab for surrendering the land of the University of Punjab without any lawful authority thus causing loss to the national exchequer.
Gordon Brown, as Chancellor of the Exchequer, sold more than half of the UK''s gold reserves between 1999 and 2002, when the metal was at a 20-year low.
The Bank then used this money to bid at the Exchequer bond auctions, the IOUs the Government sells to balance its books.
The CAG, in a report to Parliament in November last year, had pegged presumptive loss to the exchequer on 2G spectrum allocation at Rs.
Ibrahim bin Abdulaziz Al-Assaf met separately yesterday UK Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne and South Korean Minister of Finance Yoon Jeung on the sidelines of semi-annual meetings of the International.
Lord Forsyth of Drumlean, who has previously chaired a Tory tax commission, said: "For every pound that is paid in bonuses there will be 50 per cent tax paid, there will be 12 per cent national insurance paid by the employer plus two per cent paid by the employee so 64 per cent comes back to the Exchequer at a time when they need revenue.
Bristol's trade with Ireland and the Continent, 1503-1601; the evidence of the exchequer customs accounts.
The association claims this would add considerably to betting turnover and benefit the Irish exchequer, which receives a total annual contribution of EUR104 million.
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