Cadbury was quoting Dickens' 'Tale of Two Cities' in order to express his frustration with what he perceived to be the continued under-valuation
of his company relative to the rampant hi-tech sector.
However, I believe that the editors' focus on the question of whether European unions have followed traditional or innovative strategies results in some under-valuation
of the authors' contributions.
Another nasty trick exposed by the Office of Fair Trading is the deliberate under-valuation
of a house.
was partly Hoch's own fault, since, as older Dada afficionados know, she was very reluctant in the closing years of her life to talk about its colourful earlier years, and almost totally unwilling to allow researchers to see her books and papers.
Early in 1990, Treasury Department personnel recommended the incomplete transfer rules of IRC section 2036(c) be replaced by legislation preventing abusive under-valuation
of common stock given or sold by a transferor in an estate freeze transaction.
The most willing merger targets will be the state's publicly owned thrifts, whose shareholders stand to gain the most from their under-valuation
in the stock market.
It says that the great mistake of Western culture, through most of its history, has been the under-valuation
of this femininity.
The magnitude of over- or under-valuation
Even as a fan of the author's books, I can't help feeling this populist choice is a patronising, further under-valuation
of women's contribution to British history.
In a bid to eliminate tax evasion through under-valuation
and under-reporting in property sale, the Budget proposes a TDS of one per cent on all transfers of immovable properties for a consideration above Rs 50 lakh.
And investor sentiment can be destabilising, extrapolating good and bad times into pronounced cycles of over and under-valuation
China's falling current account surplus is a visible sign for correcting the renminbi's under-valuation
and, hence, a trend towards equilibrium.