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JCT

On drawings, abbr. for “junction”.
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In addition to JCT, GSCCO also operates the Jubail Industrial Port (JIP) and the Northern Container Terminal (NCT) in Jeddah.
JCT is widely becoming popular as an import destination for Riyadh and the Eastern Province of Saudi Arabia, it stated.
9 billion gain for the government over 10 years, according to the JCT analysts.
The May 2015 Guidelines require foreign businesses selling B2C electronic services to register and pay JCT.
CBO and JCT do not have sufficient staff or time to carefully analyze macroeconomic effects for every proposal under consideration, and using rules of thumb in place of careful analysis risks the credibility of the estimates.
The JCT estimates this extension will reduce revenues by $10 million over 2015-2024.
If this were a bad 1990s comedy, the pro-marijuana lobby would maneuver to ensure that the head of the JCT gives the estimation assignment to a couple of stoner staffers.
In order for a tax reform proposal to be revenue neutral, JCT staff estimates therefore require higher marginal tax rates than would actually be necessary in the real world.
Care home developments in particular continue to grow, where I've acted recently for three clients, drafting JCT contracts for the design and construction of care homes in the North East and South Yorkshire.
Top clubs, Mahindra and JCT had both earlier folded their first team operations and re-branded themselves into academies, citing lack of interest in the game nationally.
The JCT has been very active in seeking ways of improving the relevance and quality of courses it offers its vocational students.
WOLVES chief executive Jez Moxey (back row, third from right) and Terry Connor (to Moxey's left) join players and officials from Indian Premier League side JCT FC at the official unveiling of the link-up between the two clubs.