EPRA


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EPRAEuropean Public Real Estate Association
EPRAEuropean Platform of Regulatory Authorities (radio & television)
EPRAEuropean Parliament Representation Act
EPRAEstonian Public Relations Association
EPRAEmployment Program for Recovered Alcoholics
EPRAEnglish Pool Referees Association
EPRAEconomic Policy Research Association
EPRAEnterprise Performance Review and Analysis (US Defense Acquisition University)
EPRAExceptional Performance Recognition Award
EPRAEarnings Prospects and Risk Analysis (ICRA Limited)
EPRAEidolic Paranormal Research Association (Massachusetts)
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As at June 30, the group had EPRA NAV per share of 325.3p, and liquid resources of GBP141.4 million.
According to EPRA International Journal of Economic and Business Review, the female workforce participation rate has increased by 4.1% over the last three decades, which is expected to propel the need for various baby safety products such as baby monitors, thereby contributing to the market growth.
EPRA Directror-General Pavel Oimeke told the Senate Committee on Energy that the gains the country had made on fuel prices were wiped out by a 5.15 per cent adjustment of excise duty for inflation that was gazetted by KRA through the July legal notice number 109."The adjustment increased the duty on super petrol by Sh1.02 per litre while diesel and kerosene went up by Sh0.53," Mr Oimeke told the lawmakers.
Khalid Al Hussan, Chief Executive Officer of Tadawul said: "Inclusion in the benchmark FTSE EPRA Nareit Global Real Estate Index Series will enhance the visibility of the Saudi REITs market to foreign investors, further broaden the investor base, and increase the level of disclosure." He added: "This inclusion is happening in conjunction with the recent inclusion of the Saudi Stock Exchange in global emerging market indices, that will further support the enhancements in the Saudi capital market, align its regulatory framework with the international best practices, a key goal of the Financial Sector Development Program (FSDP) Kingdom's Vision 2030."
Tadawul CEO Engineer Khalid Al Hussan said: "Inclusion in the benchmark FTSE EPRA Nareit Global Real Estate Index Series will enhance the visibility of the Saudi REITs market to foreign investors, further broaden the investor base, and increase the level of disclosure."
He is a past Trustee of the Urban Land Institute, a founding member and past board member of EPRA (European Public Real Estate Association), a past special advisor to the World Economic Forum on their real estate silo and a frequent speaker and panelist at industry events.
The EPRA (European Public Real Estate Association) has drawn up recommendations for best practice in the accounting and financial reporting of listed firms in the real estate sector.
In an attempt to curb this illegal activity the British Columbia Ministry of Environment amended the Recycling Regulation in 2006 to include electronic and electrical waste Two stewardship agencies Electronic Products Recycling Association (EPRA) and Western Canada Computer Industry Association (WCCIA) were approved to develop and administer recycling programmes.
The FTSE European Public Real Estate Association (Epra) / National Association of Real Estate Investment Trusts (Nareit) Global Real Estate Index Series, launched in 2008, covers the world's largest investment markets and includes a range of indices covering Emerging and Developed Markets.
The FTSE European Public Real Estate Association ('EPRA') / National Association of Real Estate Investment Trusts ('NAREIT') Global Real Estate Index Series, launched in 2008, covers the world's largest investment markets and includes a range of indices covering Emerging and Developed Markets.
This is further supported by the figures from the EPRA. As of February 2013, the real estate securities market in Germany is relatively smaller (4%) compared to the UK (6%) and France (7%) (EPRA 2013).