Shihon

Shihon

(shī`hŏn), in the Bible, town, N ancient Palestine, probably near Nazareth.
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Ryohei Yanagi and Takaaki Yoshino, "Relation between Human/Intellectual Capitals and Corporate Value (PBR)," Gekkan shihon shijo, October 2017, pp.
He said: "We would not be able to achieve these top results without the support of Bin Shihon Group and Hankook Tire.
2015) "Kokka shihon shugi kara kongoshoyusei keizai e mukau chugoku" [China moving from state capitalism to a mixed-ownership economy], in Institute of Comparative Economic Studies, Hosei University, Hikaku Keizai Kenkyu [Comparative Economic Studies] Vol.
The data for this variable are collected from the Deposit Insurance Corporation of Japan's Soki Kaizenkaho ni motozuku Shihon Zokyo Jisseki Ichiran (www.
The name of the winning contractor is Bin Shihon Contracting Co.
I had always assumed that this had in fact been filmed before the ship left Istanbul since the Yemeni MP Abdul-Khaliq Bin Shihon appears with his traditional Yemeni knife that has been used to such great effect in Israeli publicity.
25) Takeo Yamanobe, "Ronsetsu, bosekigyo no kakowo kaisoshi sono shoraini ronkyu su" [Leading article: Considering the prospects of the cotton industry by reflecting on its past], Rengo Boseki Geppo 1 (May 1889): 1-12; Takeo Yamanobe, "Ronsetsu, bosekigyo kochaku shihon shokyaku oyobi son'eki keisan ni kansuru shisetsu" [Leading article: My view of effacement of fixed capital and of cost and benefit analysis, Part I], ibid.
Bunya betsu shakai shihon no seisanryoku koka" [Productivity effects of public capital by sectors].
12) Oshima Fujitaro, Kokka dokusen shihon toshite no kokuyii tetsudo no shiteki hatten (Historical development of the National Railway under State monopoly capitalism) (Tokyo, 1949), p.
1996 Kajin shihon no seiji keizaigaku (The Political Economy of the Ethnic Chinese Capital).
Later he tried to penetrate more deeply into the lives of Japanese historical figures in Shin Heike monogatari (1950-57; The Heike Story) and Shihon taihei-ki (1958-61; "A Private Book of War History").
On the absence of compensation, see generally Yoshiro Miwa, Mein banku to Nihon no shihon shijo [Main Banks and Japanese Capital markets], Kin'yu, Aug.