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Rurban

An area close to the country with many of the amenities of a city. A rurban area may be more scenic than an urban area. See also: Suburban.
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For the first nine months of 2011, Rurban has reported a net income of USD1.
These bands of sprawled-out settlements have been variously called Desakota [McGee (1991)]; Rurban [Galpin (1922)] and Ruralopolis [Qadeer (1996)].
The results below, consequently, do not refer to specific authorities but are distinguished by reference to rural, rurban (i.
Prior to joining Green County Bancshares, Adams served as Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Rurban Financial Corp.
In order to meet the growth in domestic consumption, the manufacturing and services sectors will have to keep developing their value chain from procurement and sourcing, processing and conversion, to sales and distribution across the growing urban and rurban market segments in an efficient and cost-effective manner.
The company has one remaining variable-rate TRUPs issuance outstanding, issued by Rurban Statutory Trust II in September 2005, with an outstanding aggregate principal amount of USD 10.
The scheme is based on Gujarat's Rurban development model of urbanisation of rural areas.
Rurban Financial Corporation (NASDAQ: RBNF) has announced its quarterly shareholder dividend will be USD0.
The Federal Reserve Board announced on July 10, 2002, the execution of a written agreement by and among Rurban Financial Corp.
Most recently, Adams served as Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Rurban Financial Corp.
Further, with globalization and present trends of international marketing boom in the industry it is expected to boost the cargo traffic both in urban and rurban areas.
25 July 2012 - Consolidated net income at Rurban Financial Corp (NASDAQ:RBNF) increased to USD1m (EUR828,000), or USD0.