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financial year

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the annual period ending April 5, over which Budget estimates are made by the British Government and which functions as the income-tax year
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63 million in the financial year 2017-2018 and collected Rs.
The meeting also appointed auditors for the next financial year ended December 2011 and approved their fees.
1, 094 crore in Financial Year 2010-11 as against Rs1, 462 crore in Financial Year 2009-10).
Operating revenues for the financial year 2009 were NZD4.
WGL Holdings Inc (NYSE:WGL), a US-based holding company that sells and delivers natural gas, has announced its financial estimates for 2009 financial year.
Expenses for the financial year increased to $9,895,377 from $7,927,697 in the 2006 financial year, which represents a 25% increase.
Reviewing NTT's results for the 2003 financial year, it is difficult to find fault.
The figure for the previous financial year was pounds 470,897.
The government said a deficit in the initial months of a financial year is ''not unusual'' as many major types of revenue including taxes are mostly received toward the end of a financial year.
During first three months of current financial year, raw cotton exports from the country grew by 69.
ISLAMABAD -- The exports of readymade garments from the country during first two months of current financial year increased by 15.

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