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February 17

Holidays

Birthday of Kim Jong-Il (February 16-17)

Birthday of the Goddess of Mercy (March-April, 19th day of third lunar month; October-November, 19th day of 10th lunar month) Feb 17, 2014

Bonden Festival (February 16-17)



Kamakura Matsuri (February 15-17)




Legal Holidays by Countries

Kosovo Independence DayRepublic of Kosovo

Legal Holidays in United States

Presidents' DayUnited States (federal), West Virginia
Washington and Jefferson's BirthdaysAlabama
Washington's BirthdayCalifornia, Connecticut, Illinois, New Jersey, New York
Washington's Birthday and Daisy Gatson Bates DayArkansas
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The total liquid foreign reserves held by the country stood at US$21,929.8 million on 17 February 2017.
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Ahli Bank had offered to acquire the assets, liabilities and business of Tgeer Finance Company on the basis of the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signed on 17 February 2013.
17 February 2012 - European Investment Bank (EIB) has added SEK700m (USD104.4m/EUR79.2m) to an existing bond due on 17 February 2015, Reuters said on Friday.
The tender period for the residual minority shares has been extended until 17 February.
An extra 8% discount is available to passengers who purchase tickets between today and 17 February, while for customers travelling on 4-8 February or 12-17 February an extra discount of 10% is available.
17 February 2010 - Norwegian shipping group Odfjell SE (OSL: ODF) said today it has agreed to sell the coated parcel tanker MT Bow Power for recycling in India, at a price close to the book value.
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17 February 2010 - Norwegian IT infrastructure provider Atea ASA (OSL: ATEA) said on Wednesday that it agreed to buy the shares of Finnish sector player PALnet Oy for an enterprise value of up to EUR5.7m on a cash-and-debt-free basis.