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carrousel

[ka·rə′sel]
(industrial engineering)
In an assembly-line operation, a conveyor that moves objects in a complete circuit on a horizontal plane.
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The Carrousel buried the Ford Country Squire wagon, outscoring it handily in most measurements.
While the Carrousel was rear-wheel drive and not as space efficient as the front-wheel drive minivans to follow--especially Sperlich's Dodge Cara-van--it would have set Ford up as a leader at a time when the company was a not-so-quick follower.
In respect of the resolutions to be proposed to Shareholders at the extraordinary general meeting of the Company to be held on 24 March 2009, it is the current intention of Carrousel to vote in favour of resolutions 1, 2, 3 and 5 and against resolution 4.
Commenting on this announcement, Bruno Sangle-FerriE re, CEO of Carrousel, said, "Carrousel believes the Board should be commended for allowing shareholders to determine which investment policy should be adopted by the Company.
2007, deals with the substantive points raised by Carrousel in its
The questions remain: What does Carrousel want with the Company?
Carrousel Capital Ltd ("Carrousel") is not seeking, and has never sought, control of the fund.
The individuals will, if appointed, be totally independent of Carrousel and act in the interests of all shareholders.
written support of Carrousel, adjourned the AGM to a date no later than 28
The main rationale for Carrousel investing in an investment trust (according to
Carrousel believes that the outcome of the election sends the strongest possible message to the Fund that the Fund's stockholders want board members who will be truly independent, committed to good corporate governance and dedicated to providing all of the Fund's stockholders with a better means for maximizing the value and liquidity of their shares," said Bruno Sangle- Ferriere, a principal stockholder and a director of Carrousel Capital Ltd.
Discretionary votes generally are cast by the brokers in favor of management's nominees and Carrousel believes that, without these discretionary votes, the margin of victory would have been significantly larger.