ISCAL

AcronymDefinition
ISCALInstituto Superior de Contabilidade e Administração de Lisboa (Portugal)
ISCALIncredibly Simple Computer Assembly Language
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The move provides space for ISCAL to work more efficiently and provides the scope for the firm to increase the number of trainees and volunteers each year from 50 to 100.
Celia Cristina da Silva VICENTE is an Associate Professor of the Instituto Superior de Contabilidade e Administrai^ao de Lisboa (ISCAL), Portugal, with research interests in management accounting.
But the case was almost thrown out two weeks ago, when the newly appointed dist r ict procurator f iscal refused to provide the sheriff with hard copies of the evidence - in case he was committing a crime himself.
Moore said: "e Scotland Bi l l wi l l be publ ished shortly and it will be the start of the largest transfer of f iscal powers out of London since the creation of the United Kingdom.
Munich-based Siemens, which employs more than 400,000 people worldwide, including around 128,000 in Germany, has targeted total group operating pro it in iscal 2010 to drop to 6 billion to 6.5 billion Eu- ros ($8.20-8.88 billion) from 7.46 billion the previous year.
Jo Burridge, owner of Iscal Driving Tuition, Exeter, said: "Instructors need safe places to take pupils.
"The most politically important of these before 2007 was our strong economic leadership, based on the commitment to long-term monetary stability, fairness and Iscal sustainability.
(ex.: iscal prudence, lean practices, high quality) C2 Does the measure encourage behavior that conflicts with ethical behavior?
The other member states where closures have been announced, but without their giving up any quotas, are Poland (three plants, two of which from British Sugar Polska with the quota being transferred to the remaining plants of Glinojeck and Ostrowite), Germany (two NordZucker plants), Austria (Agrana), Belgium (Iscal Sugar), Spain (Azucarera Ebro) and Slovakia.