RILA


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RILARetail Industry Leaders Association (US)
RILARaised in Los Angeles (clothing line; Los Angeles, CA)
RILARhode Island Library Association (Providence, RI)
RILARestriction in Lieu of Arrest (pending trial by court-martial; military justice)
RILARhode Island Lobsterman's Association
RILARoyal Institute of Linguistics and Anthropology (Netherlands)
RILARabbit Ileal Loop Assay (molecular biology)
RILARetirement in Lieu of Assignment
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Rila has low clouds and no fog in the highest parts.
Austen Jensen, vice president of government affairs and financial services at RILA, stated: "Preservation of swipe fee reform is an important victory for retailers and consumers who would have faced higher fees from the country's largest banks with every swipe of a debit card."
Saint Ivan of Rila is traditionally regarded as the founder of the Rila Monastery, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of Bulgaria's most important cultural, historical and architectural monuments.
"Each year, we ask companies to bring us their game-changing technologies, and each year they deliver and exceed expectations,''' said Lisa LaBruno, RILA's senior vice president of retail operations.
For convenience of the visitors, Rila Monastery will work with extended working hours until the end of the summer.
We, therefore, enthusiastically support reforming the current tax code and welcome the fact that both the president and Congress do so as well," said Sandy Kennedy, RILA president "However, the border adjustable tax is harmful, untested, and would put American retail jobs at risk and force consumers to pay as much as 20% more for family essentials.
"The Supreme Court's decisions in Quill and Bellas Hess have become anachronisms that should be addressed by the court at the earliest possible opportunity," said RILA executive vice president and general counsel Deborah White.
Voters are clearly on the side of Main Street retailers, not big banks and the Visa/MasterCard duopoly," said Austen Jensen, vice president for government affairs at RILA. "The well-established debit swipe fee reforms have brought competition into the debit card market for the first time, and retailers are prepared to do whatever is necessary to defeat any effort to roll back these important reforms."
The European Commission is takingA BulgariaA to the Court of Justice of the EU over the countryas failure to protect unique habitats and important bird species in the Rila Mountain.