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Convention

A method under the Modified Accelerated Cost Recovery System one uses to calculate the depreciation of an asset in the year it is purchased (or first used) and the year of the end of its useful life.
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Private sector deposits increased 3.1 per cent to RO12.9bn and constituted 65.4 per cent of total deposits with conventional banks.
Private sector deposits, which accounted for 64.6 percent of total deposits with conventional banks, decreased by 0.8 percent to RO12.5 billion in January 2019 from RO12.6 billion a year ago.
SSQ: Early in the book you discuss how conventional deterrence is obtained and state, "Conventional deterrence is largely a function of military strategy" (p.
"It is getting to the stage where Islamic banking is catching up very closely with conventional banking system.
Islamic banks have less foreign funding and higher proportions of retail deposits than their conventional peers, so are less sensitive to funding pressures.
Second, several scholars have hypothesised that Islamic banks have to be more expensive than conventional banks because they have higher transactions costs.
Furthermore, conventional farming brings small profits due to continued increases in inputs costs and stagnant market prices of agricultural outputs (especially major crops like wheat, rice and cotton) resulting from government interventions that distort relative prices (Quddus and Mustafa, 2011).
Although digital radiography holds several advantages over conventional radiographs, studies have revealed that digital radiographs are similar in interpretive quality to conventional films [8, 9].
Conventional banks and Islamic banks are working in the nearly similar world and providing the same services but different ways.
But organic corn yields were 60 percent lower than conventional corn yields in 2006 and 40 percent lower during 2008.
To keep things fair, we chose funds at random from similar sectors and included data on conventional ethical funds.
Large shale resources in countries which are already major conventional producers and exporters may not have much impact on oil and gas availability: the shale accumulations may end up "queued" behind a long line of conventional projects as the host nation restricts resource development to support prices.

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