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Árta

(är`tə), formerly

Ambracia

(ămbrā`shə), city (1991 pop. 21,286), capital of Árta prefecture, W Greece, in Epirus, near the mouth of the Arachtus River. It is a trading and shipping center for agricultural goods including cotton, grain, citrus fruits, almonds, and olives. There is a large fishing industry, and leather goods and cotton and woolen textiles are manufactured. Known as Ambracia, the city was founded (7th cent. B.C.) by Corinthian colonists. It was ceded in 294 B.C. by Macedon to Pyrrhus, who made it the capital of Epirus. It was conquered by Rome in 189 B.C.
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Her full lips, when parted with a smile, disclosed teeth of dazzling whiteness and when her rosy mouth opened with a burst of merriment, they looked like the milk-white seeds of the 'arta,' a fruit of the valley, which, when cleft in twain, shows them reposing in rows on each side, imbedded in the red and juicy pulp.
The ARTA has also asked the LTFRB to explain other 'alleged irregularities' including the following:
Under the mechanism, complainants may send a case report to the Arta through text, e-mail or social media.
"ARTA commends Manila City Mayor Francisco 'Isko Moreno' Domagoso, for issuing an Executive Order that effectively puts up a Business One Stop Shop (BOSS) within the City of Manila," the agency said in a statement.
ARTA urged all local government units (LGUs) to follow Moreno's example to comply with the Ease of Doing Business and Efficient Government Service Delivery Act of 2018 (Republic Act No.
With the appointment of the Arta chief, the implementing rules and regulations (IRR) of the EODB law can be signed and promulgated, paving the way for a more facilitated implementation of the landmark measure.
Newly appointed ARTA Director-General Jeremiah Belgica and the heads of the Department of Trade and Industry and the Civil Service Commission finally signed the IRR of the law on Wednesday.
To ensure faster implementation, ARTA has required all government agencies to submit their Citizens Charter, primarily a set of requirements needed by a particular agency on its applicants.
The ARTA formed the anti-fixers group after the implementing rules and regulations of RA 11032 or the Ease of Doing Business and Effective Government Service Delivery Act of 2018 took effect on Aug.
Top officials of the Arta and the FDA met on Monday to discuss how the latter would address the mounting backlog, which covers various products such as food, drugs and cosmetics.
The BusinessMirror learned from a highly placed source the Arta could end up operating next year with only P72 million, or a measly 14.39 percent of the P500 million it requested from the DBM.