Over the past 10 years, deposits into the HMTF
from tax revenues and interest credited to the fund averaged $1.5 billion each year.
Some ports, including the Ports of Seattle, Tacoma, Los Angeles, and Long Beach, receive just pennies for each dollar contributed to the HMTF
from cargo unloaded at their ports.
Currently, the HMTF
runs annual surpluses in the realm of $7 billion (as
The sampling sites are located in the HMTF
of Pakistan and show high basidiomycetes biodiversity.
The bill also increased annual target appropriations levels for spending of funds from the HMTF
, with full use of HMTF
funds by 2025.
For example, the two largest ports in Washington--Seattle and Tacoma--generate, on average, close to 7 percent of the funding for the entire HMTF
each year, but each received just over 1 percent of each dollar collected from shippers who pay the HMT in Seattle and Tacoma.
(135) In the last six years the HMTF
If the transaction went through, HMTF
would have gone
In 1999 the Clinton Administration proposed that the HMTF
be replaced with the Harbor Services Fund (HSF) that would be financed from a national user fee (i.e., not port-specific) on commercial vessels.
Hicks, Muse, Tate & Furst Incorporated (HMTF
) announced a definitive agreement under which HMTF
, in partnership with Booth Creek Management Corporation will acquire ConAgra Meats Company, the fresh beef and pork processing business of ConAgra Foods, Inc., in a transaction valued at approximately $1.4 billion.
"Hago mucha fuerza para que la CPI ayude a moralizar el futbol", dijo Jose Guimaraes, vicepresidente del Pan American Sports, empresa vinculada a Hicks, Muse Tate and Furst (HMTF
), a cargo de la gerencia del futbol de Corinthians y Cruzeiro, dos de los equipos mas populares del pais.
An initial attempt to acquire the British biscuit producer having failed, a new collective bid was subsequently notified by Finalrealm, the acquiring vehicle formed by Nabisco, US investment firm Hicks, Muse, Tate and Furst (HMTF
), venture capital firms Cinven and PAI and a subsidiary of Deutsche Bank.