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January 13

Holidays


Carmentalia (January 11 and 15)



Harbin Ice and Snow Festival (January 5-February 4)

Meitlisonntag (Second Sunday in January) Jan 13, 2013; Jan 13, 2019


Seijin-no-Hi (Second Monday in January) Jan 13, 2014; Jan 13, 2020


Legal Holidays by Countries

Democracy and Liberty DayCape Verde

Legal Holidays in United States

Eugenio Maria de Hostos DayPuerto Rico
Lee-Jackson DayVirginia
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The bond, priced at 275 basis points more than gilts, bears a 5.125% coupon and matures on 13 January 2024.
The item was once again deleted from the agenda of the Commission meeting, on 13 January. The discussions are still stumbling over the suggestion of banning trade in bluefin tuna, a measure Fisheries Commissioner Joe Borg says is not grounded in scientific findings (see Europolitics 3890).
To the customer: This coupon entitles the reader to one Mars Bar on Wednesday 13 January 2010.
13 January 2010 - Swedish document automation supplier ReadSoft AB (STO: RSOF B) said yesterday that it supplied its accounts payable (AP) automation solution to an unnamed European engineering company in a deal, worth EUR250,000.
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Statistics Finland, the Finnish state statistics agency, said on Friday (13 January) that the year-on-year change in consumer prices (i.e.
"Archiving Web Resources: A Policy for Keeping Resources of Web-Based Activity in the Commonwealth Government (revised January 2000)" Available at www.naa.gov.au/recordkeeping/er/web_records/intro.html (accessed 13 January 2003).
6 January 2012 -- National Australia Bank Ltd (ASX:NAB) has set issue and re-offer prices of 99.7% of par to a EUR1bn (USD1.28bn) bond due 13 January 2017, Reuters reported.