financial year


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financial year

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the annual period ending April 5, over which Budget estimates are made by the British Government and which functions as the income-tax year
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63 million in the financial year 2017-2018 and collected Rs.
The meeting also appointed auditors for the next financial year ended December 2011 and approved their fees.
1, 094 crore in Financial Year 2010-11 as against Rs1, 462 crore in Financial Year 2009-10).
Operating revenues for the financial year 2009 were NZD4.
WGL Holdings Inc (NYSE:WGL), a US-based holding company that sells and delivers natural gas, has announced its financial estimates for 2009 financial year.
Expenses for the financial year increased to $9,895,377 from $7,927,697 in the 2006 financial year, which represents a 25% increase.
Reviewing NTT's results for the 2003 financial year, it is difficult to find fault.
The figure for the previous financial year was pounds 470,897.
The government said a deficit in the initial months of a financial year is ''not unusual'' as many major types of revenue including taxes are mostly received toward the end of a financial year.
The 2008/2009 financial year was one of the most difficult in the company's history.
During first three months of current financial year, raw cotton exports from the country grew by 69.
ISLAMABAD -- The exports of readymade garments from the country during first two months of current financial year increased by 15.

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