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Financial Incentive

An incentive to do something because it is less expensive than not doing so. For example, a company may have a financial incentive to open a factory in Town A instead of Town B because Town A's property taxes are lower.
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Citing the implementing rules and regulations of the Special Economic Zone Act, Plaza pointed out the Peza can suspend and revoke the business permit of a locator for failure to comply with the terms and conditions governing its incentives. For the same justification, an economic zone firm may also be stripped of the tax perks it is enjoying.
'We are not saying that all these incentives are not worth it and we acknowledge that there have been benefits in the form of job creation and investments in the domestic economy.
Aljamain Sterling: $160,000 ($75,000 to show, $75,000 win bonus, $10,000 fight week incentive pay)
In this new book, Nathan Jensen (University of Texas, Austin) and Edmund Malesky (Duke University) advance original arguments that explain the ubiquity of these incentives and offer technically feasible and politically practical reforms to rein in these programs.
These registered enterprises, meanwhile, paid out a total of P83 billion combined in dividends, Chua said, citing data submitted by the investment promotion agencies (IPAs) as mandated under the Tax Incentives Management and Transparency Act (TIMTA).
He said the revision was to ensure those eligible for the Cost of Living Allowance, which will replace the Bantuan Rakyat 1Malaysia cash aid programme, would not receive the incentive next year.
Mayor Sara Duterte said it has been five years when the investment incentive code was last updated by the city government.
This paper chooses Chinese manufacturing listed companies as the analysis object, compared to the previous literature, there are two aspects of innovation, using cross-sectional data, which dependent variable is the equity incentive and corporate performance change amount and on the amount of changes whether there significant difference of paired sample t test analysis; second influences the effect of equity incentive factors, mainly including two aspects of the ownership structure of the firm and macroeconomic environment, the former refers to the internal characteristics of the company, the latter points to the external environment.
"This has been an exceptional year for our incentive and event services team," said Tracy Norum, CMP, CIS, Director of Global Incentive and Event Services for M&IW.