In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- This money could be used as a government match, on a sliding scale, to encourage all Americans to set up private accounts.
- Capital gains tax is paid on a sliding scale up to 33 per cent.
- The new BIK rules will operate on a sliding scale from 30 per cent to 6 per cent.
- Maybe an insurance premium based on a sliding scale of item value, which could be refunded if the transaction is successful would be best.
- It charges corporate income tax on a sliding scale, dependent upon a company's in-state sales.
- It's a sliding scale which varies according to the individual's level of trust in God.
- In 1975, Ireland had a sliding scale scheme for tax and royalties on oil and gas discovered in Irish waters.
- However, they may still charge a sliding scale early encashment penalty.
- He proposed that the system be made solvent by reducing benefits on a sliding scale, according to income.
- Nationals are taxed on a sliding scale with a maximum taxable rate of 25 per cent.
- This tax will be calculated on a sliding scale to a maximum of 6 per cent, but properties valued at up to €85,000 are exempt.
- Entry charges have been dropped in favour of exit penalties, which are applied on a sliding scale from 5 per cent in year one down to zero in year five.
- For private sales a transfer tax is imposed on a sliding scale.
- Transfer tax is imposed on a sliding scale for private transfers and usually works out at 7.5 per cent.
- The rate applies on a sliding scale and ranges from 7.65 per cent to 34 per cent.
- Each of the 12 units qualifies for double rent allowance and rates remission on a sliding scale.
- He believes what's needed is a sliding scale of road pricing with charges varying according to journey times.
- The nursery and crèche will be available to children of all staff members on a sliding scale, according to income.
- But there is an exit charge based on a sliding scale of five per cent in year one down to zero in year six.
- There are no entry charges, and exit charges are applied on a sliding scale from 5 per cent of the fund value in year one to zero per cent in year six.
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