Borgå

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Borgå:

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, city (1996 pop. 21,313), Southern Finland prov., S central Finland, on the Gulf of Finland at the mouth of the Porvoonjoki River. It is an export center for forest products and has plywood and cellulose mills, breweries, and a publishing
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, Finland.
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For more information about the effects of holding companies on the outward investment series, see the "Technical Note" in Maria Borga and Raymond J.
Marilena Borga, Italian Vogue Photo Editor explains, "Lenses are a weird way to see through what eyes already perceive thru a not-imaginary focus.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- yzmir-based Turkish artist Borga KantE-rk, who is known primarily for his archival work, is currently holding an exhibition at the Skuc Gallery in Ljubljana, Slovenia.
Juan Borga, a specialist at IADB s office in Tokyo said, It is good to create a relationship between Peru and Japan and the project can be an opportunity for Japanese social investors to contribute to Latin America.
Borga Karagulle, General Manager of MEL, comments, "We are very proud to have the engineering, procurement, and construction support from ET Solar as our experienced German project partner.
Borga, Andrei; Muste, Sevastita; Cerbu (Muregan) Andruta (2011), "Studies Regarding the Development of Academic Spin-Offs in Romania and Worldwide", in Bulletin UASVM Agriculture, 68(2), pp.
Borga also discusses a problem addressed earlier in this paper (see Part I, above), namely whether it is possible to recover original trust property transferred unlawfully to a third party.
His expert ears and piano-tuning skills were often called upon at Mechanics Hall in Worcester-even at intermissions-for such world-renowned performers as Peter Nero, Yitzhak Perlman and Victor Borga.
Kale Group released a statement on Wednesday and said Fincuoghi, founded in 1968, had manufacturing facilities in Borga di Taro and Search and Development Center.
Women in Afghanistan: Passive Victims of the Borga or Active Social Participants?