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PATAPacific Asia Travel Association (Bangkok, Thailand)
PATAParallel Ata
PATAParallel Advanced Technology Attachment (hard disk interface)
PATAProvincially Administered Tribal Area (Pakistan)
PATAPlaygroup and Toddler Association (UK)
PATAPacific Association of Tax Administration
PATAPalestinian Anti-Terrorism Act of 2006
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They said tax exemption on income was enough incentive for investors to make investments in FATA/ PATA.
There are several other laws which are meant for Fata and Pata, but so far the federal or provincial government has not enacted any law or promulgated any ordinance to give protection to those laws.
Butt argued before the division bench that while the federal government had merged Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa and the erstwhile federally administered tribal areas (Fata), they had committed to keeping the tax exemption for Pata intact for five years.
Layton Han, CEO, ADARA, commented: 'The partnership with PATA is a great example of how sharing data safely and securely between disparate but linked data-sets helps to unlock actionable insights that would otherwise remain hidden in silos in individual companies and destinations.
'Their demands are justified for the reasons that both Fata and Pata have been exempted from taxes historically.
Declare PATA, FATA tax-free for 10 years: Asad Qaiser
Mendiola quickly replied to this comment, saying she really is a pata girl except she just lost a little weight.
Meanwhile, Regent Nurdin Abdullah expressed his gratitude to Jababeka and PATA for the cooperation in developing Bantaeng Regency, especially on the tourism and in attracting foreign investors to invest.
PATA CEO, Mario Hardy believes tha taking the successful PGIC format to Europe is a significant step forward.
He noted that, 'It is one of the reasons why Pata is committed to providing opportunities and activities to help support and nurture the growth and development of travel and tourism in this country.
Visionary leaders in Hawaii quickly forged the Pacific Interim Association in 1951, renamed the Pacific Area Travel Association (PATA) in 1952 with the objective of promoting travel to the area.