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The Fund wishes to reiterate that the pronouncement does not, in any manner, adversely affect the Fund's Investment and Operational philosophy that has proved to be successful, bearing much fruit over the past 30 years,' reads the statement.
The heavy rainfall has adversely affected lands in the Terai and Dooars region.
When contacted, DHQ medical superintendent Dr Saifullah Khalid confirmed layoffs and said they would adversely affect patient care and the upkeep of gardens and janitorial work.
The businessman claims the regulations have adversely affected banks by scaring away potential investors.
"I didn't notice that Meghan was adversely affected by that, I think to the contrary.
If something were tosadly happen to it, with our Lordship in the driving seat, no less, it would adversely affect his morale, would it not?
The higher is the rate of down fall of the economy and disequilibrium in the demand and supply ratio; the higher would be the impact of inflationary spiral, which could adversely affect the human development, cost of living and level of capital formation.
He also said it will 'adversely affect' the election results for candidates included in the list.
FY19 EPS view is adversely impacted by the adoption of ASC 842 and a higher tax rate.
(5,6) This is especially relevant for stakeholders who carry the negative consequences of a decision, the so-called adversely affected stakeholders.
The Unfccc Secretariat Is Seeking a Qualified Vendor to Provide the Following: a) Confidential, Short-term Counselling to Staff in the Resolution of Work-related Problems or Problems of a Personal Nature That Are Adversely Affecting Job Performance and Productivity.
An Executive Mansion release issued in Monrovia Thursday, 24 May says President Weah has observed that the current tariff regime adversely affects the Liberian people, especially the poor.