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October 24


Disarmament Week (October 24-30)

Festa da Luz (Two weeks beginning the second Sunday in October) Oct 24, 2012; Oct 24, 2013; Oct 24, 2014; Oct 24, 2015; Oct 24, 2018; Oct 24, 2019; Oct 24, 2020

Jizo Ennichi (24th day of each month)

Mother-in-Law Day (Fourth Sunday in October) Oct 24, 2021

Niue Peniamina Gospel Day (Fourth Friday in October) Oct 24, 2014

Se–or de los Milagros (October 18-28)

Legal Holidays by Countries

Independence DayZambia
United Nations DayHaiti, Palau
United Nation's DayMicronesia
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The shelf has a maximum amount of JPY150bn (USD1.969bn/EUR1.421bn) and is effective for two years starting from 24 October 2011.
There are also special fares from USD499 each way from Mexico City available for travel until 24 October 2009 and fares from USD399 each way from New York to Auckland for travel between 10 June and 24 October 2009.
Additionally, the carrier said that the shoulder season is also on sale for travel 6 September through 24 October at a slightly higher fare.
Swedish industrial group Trelleborg AB said on Monday (24 October) that it had secured the first major order for a newly-developed hose system for deep-water oil projects.
Norwegian Internet browsers developer Opera Software ASA announced on Wednesday (24 October) that the Japanese 3G operator KDDI will include the Opera Mobile browser in seven new BREW-based mobile phones to be shipped during autumn and winter.
Swedish presence and availability management solutions provider Netwise AB said on Monday (24 October) that it had received an order for its NetSwitch application suite from an unnamed mobile operator in the Middle East.
Flights to/from Grand Bahama Island are also cancelled for 24 October.
The Norwegian engineering, construction and technology group Aker Kvaerner ASA said on Monday (24 October) that it had secured a contract for a power station from E.ON in the United Kingdom.
The Swedish consulting group SWECO said on Monday (24 October) that its unit SWECO VBB had secured a EUR685,000 planning assignment from the Swedish road administration.
Finnish IT consultancy company Satama Interactive Oyj reported on Friday (24 October) an operating loss (EBITA) of EUR1.8m in revenues of EUR15.6m for the financial period January-September 2003.