In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- The artist prepares for her ordeal by systematically shaving off all the hair from her head and body, in a gesture of total divestment.
- Ave Maria believes that this approach, known as divestment, is preferable to shareholder activism.
- A major feature of the privatization process has been the accompanying divestment of regulation.
- This can provide a rationale for acquisition and divestment.
- A decade ago South Africa demonstrated the power of divestment.
- Reymond said that the agency would still pin its hopes primarily on proceeds from banks' divestment programs to meet the target.
- At the campaign's peak, leaders of forty-five different student groups had signed on in support of Senior Gift Plus and divestment.
- Igoe said a further divestment of assets was likely in order to consolidate the business and reduce debt.
- He estimates that at most two to five percent of tobacco shares have been sold through divestment.
- The positive reaction associated with spin-offs and divestment can be viewed as evidence that the market rewards transparency.
- Decisions on what will be required in terms of investment and divestment will be necessary for programming guidance.
- Fine, but why limit this policy of divestment to electricity?
- Its packaging business has been closed, while the divestment of its glass container business is still being pursued, he said.
- Elsewhere, student and faculty petitions calling for divestment are perhaps one of the most visible signs of activism.
- Others, however, see weightier reasons for Temasek divestment.
- Funds fret that lawmakers are dictating divestment without specifying which companies they should sell.
- That's because forging one necessitated divestment from cross-shareholdings across the industry.
- It is this core business focus that prompted the divestment of a very profitable but peripheral business.
- The first divestment is scheduled for June, when the government will release a 15 percent stake through the stock market.
- Neither wealth nor divestment of wealth saves us.
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