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AcronymDefinition
ASIDEAssistance to States for Developing Export Infrastructure and Allied Activities (India)
ASIDEApplication-Specific Interactive Develop Environment
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HSBC Holdings (LSE: HSBA) has announced that it will set aside capital to deal with charges of mis-selling and money laundering.
Season with salt and pepper, transfer to a squeeze bottle and set aside.
'Just got flagged aside by the motorcycle escort of this green and silver Rolls Royce,' the lawmaker said on Twitter, sharing a photo of the luxury car with its escorts.
-- Rs 36.821 billion set aside for Finance Division
At the same time, he questioned the insistence of political rivals' call for Zahid to step aside until he has disposed of his charges of corruption, money laundering, and criminal breach of trust.
The firm said that Maynilad's Singapore-based counsel formally confirmed that the decision of the Singapore High Court, (orally) issued on September 4, 2018, dismissing the Philippine Republic's Setting Aside Application has become final as of October 4, 2018.
The defendants are asking the court to set aside those orders granted, citing lack of service on them and lack of fair hearing.
Rs 1775.2 million set aside for Industries and Production Division
With zero experience, an equally committed partner, and a little borrowed money, he opened All Jokes Aside, and before long was helping to launch some of the biggest names in comedy.
In 2009, the NEB directed all pipeline companies to begin setting aside abandonment funds.
Global Banking News-February 14, 2014--BNP sets aside more cash as provision for US sanctions
People in the region are now putting aside an average of 8% of their incomes - 2% higher than last autumn - according to the survey by National Savings and Investments (NS&I).