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Meanwhile, Christian Hipolito, 20, said that their family was already planning to put up a business as soon as they get relocated to their new home.
The sources said that 20 family members of the gunmen that had previously refused to endorse peace with the Syrian Army in the town of al-Tal in Damascus province and had been relocated along with their families to Idlib province returned to al-Tal again.
Moreover, the Commission urges those Member States that have not relocated anyone, or that have not pledged for Italy and Greece for almost a year, to start doing so immediately and within the next month.
Sheila Jackson Lee (D-Texas) is cautious about predicting how those who relocated to her state might impact voting patterns there.
The Treasury said the Department For Work and Pensions had already relocated 2,300 jobs to areas including Liverpool and Blackpool and the Office For National Statistics was moving 600 posts to South Wales
Companies taking advantage of this law are exempted from paying federal income taxes on profits generated by relocated plants, while being legally allowed to continue marking the goods produced in those overseas factories "Made in America." Overall, it is estimated that 80,000 jobs have been lost as a result of industrial relocation subsidized by Section 936.
Sportspal was a down-and-out Callander-based canoe manufacturer he bought in 1985 and later relocated to North Bay.
"We know [the relocated residents can't vote], and that's why we are trying to keep them in the loop," said Mary Wiggins, the newly elected CAC president and the LAC president from the South Side's Washington Park Homes.
Some 70% of the responding companies said that should the capital be relocated, the Tokyo region would remain as attractive as before -- in terms of the vastness of its market as well as cost and transport efficiency.
military base will be relocated out of the prefecture, the Asahi Shimbun newspaper reported Wednesday.
As soon as possible after the consummation date, management having the appropriate level of authority completes the identification of which acquired employees will be involuntarily terminated (relocated), approves and commits the combined company to the termination (relocation) plan and communicates the termination (relocation) arrangement to the acquired employees.
The only way to save the woodpeckers, Costa says, is to prevent destruction of old-growth stands until the birds can be relocated. He notes that the estimated 8,000 to 12,000 surviving woodpeckers are becoming isolated into islands of habitat, mostly on private land.