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stocktaking

the examination, counting, and valuing of goods on hand in a shop or business
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Commissioned by Housing and Urban Development Minister Phil Twyford and released today, A Stocktake of New Zealands Housing assesses the entire housing continuum from homeownership and market renting, to state housing and homelessness, and the social cost of substandard housing.
Information from the annual stocktake will be carefully recorded and sent to other zoos as part of international conservation programmes.
Reporting on the stocktake project of the Whitireia Community Polytechnic, New Zealand, Parker (2007) expounds on the aim, preparation and planning, method, results and problems of the project.
Also when taking your stocktake you now have the ability to record Stocktake results in a new Stocktake menu option.
Summary: Staff at London Zoo have begun the mammoth task of counting every animal in their annual stocktake.
The energy watchdog has launched Project Discovery - a major stocktake of its role in the face of a looming energy crisis.
The Commission asked a joint committee from CEBS and CEIOPS (the Joint Committee of Financial Conglomerates - JCFC) to do a stocktake of the implementation of the FCD in national law.
The director of Erfurt Zoo in Germany immediately resigned after the practice was uncovered in a stocktake of animals.
A stocktake is a legal requirement that ensures that we are accountable for the money we have spent throughout the year.
Joint administrator Mick McLoughlin said all the UK stores had been closed to allow administrators time to do a stocktake.
But after a stocktake of thebar showed shortfalls, a camera was secretly installed at Midlothian Indoor Bowling Club in Dalkeith.
PRODUCTION at MG Rover is to halt early for Christmas while the car giant launches a stocktake, it was confirmed today.