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Disability

1. Any brokerage account with a restriction, or the restrictions themselves. Disabilities exist generally to prevent conflicts of interest in investment. For example, an employee of the brokerage may be unable to make certain transactions on his account with the brokerage.

2. See: Disability insurance.
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Each branch consists of nearly 2,000 members who are able to assist the disabled people at the grassroots level 'by offering them skills training'.
He further said that ECP will set up rooms for disabled persons in their subordinate offices.
Working hours: More disabled workers are part-time (36.4%) than non-disabled workers (23.4%), which partly accounts for the gap.
The lack of transportation for disabled people in wheelchairs is a big problem too.
'I condemn those inhuman individuals who bask disabled people on the streets to beg money for them.
"Not only is disability a feature of nearly half of the households in poverty, but there is a range of other disadvantages in the labour market and participation in life for disabled people.
"This (disabled facilities) is good, but the wait is torture.
Whether in the labour market, in the education system or for social inclusion indicators, the situation of disabled persons in the EU28 is less favourable than that of nondisabled people, Eurostsat said.
Last September, members of the association were picked to play for Wales at the first annual Welsh international golf event for disabled players, against England but the Welsh Disabled Golf Association needed further funding to put on the event this year.
Now after all these years someone has decided that they will charge the disabled visitor.
According to the current Labor Law and Regulation on the Employment of Disabled People, employers in the private sector who employ more than 50 employees in the workplace must ensure at least 3 percent of the employees they hire are disabled.

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