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asb

1. Abbr. for apostilb.
2. Abbr. for asbestos.
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ASB executive general manager retail banking Russell Jones says ASB is looking for SME business owners to help build Josie's knowledge of what's required when setting up a successful business.
ASB agreed to execute the transaction on behalf of its Allegiance Fund, a USD 7.
The agency expects the remaining outstanding hard-bullet bonds due to mature over the next 18 months to be fully repaid by ASB.
ASB executive general manager, Corporate, Commercial and Rural, Steve Jurkovich, said ASB was delighted to locate its new purpose-built regional centre in the heart of Hamilton.
According to the terms of the merger agreement, ASB shareholders will have the opportunity to elect to receive 0.
The board also decided to re-form its Dubai, Jeddah, Kuwait, and Karachi subcommittees and to form three new subcommittees (Amman, Riyadh, and Kuala Lumpur), where each subcommittee will have a number of ASB members amongst its members, and no less than 50% of members will be selected from amongst country-based experts and scholars who are not ASB members.
ASB enjoys a particular reputation as an adviser to a number of the most significant scientific and technology research centres in the region.
We believe our capability at ASB can complement the great work being done by the loD to support Kiwi business owners or directors to have the optimal governance and business models that will help them achieve their business ambitions," Jurkovich says in a statement.
ASB legislation has remained fairly static since its inception in 1998 through the Crime and Disorder Act and the extended powers provided by the Anti-Social Behaviour Act of 2003.
The initiative is running for five consecutive weeks on a Friday, between 6pm and midnight, and follows reports of ASB linked with young people consuming alcohol.
ASB is broadly defined as any unconsidered action taken against individuals or groups of individuals that may cause harm or distress to society [5].
Other brigade combat teams receive logistics support from their assigned brigade support battalions (BSBs), but the CAB receives both air and ground sustainment from the ASB.