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fiscal

1. of or relating to government finances, esp tax revenues
2. (in some countries) a public prosecutor
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com Year established: 1885 Fiscal year: July-June Parent co: Archer Daniels Midland VP, Sales & Mktg: Terry Myers (terry myers@admworld.
On the other hand, these European economies are not candidates for Rubinesque virtuous cycles from fiscal consolidation to investment booms to growth back to budget surpluses (a la the United States in the 1990s).
9 billion in the President's fiscal year 2002 budget request including a 5 percent increase over this year, there is $15.
A fiscal year may minimize workload compression and cashflow concerns for proprietorships.
According to the NIPA, the fiscal position of state and local governments, excluding their social insurance funds, has improved in recent years: Although the surplus of current accounts dipped markedly in 1990, it then trended up for several years and remained about unchanged over 1994 and 1995.
Traditionally, top management and fiscal managers have shouldered most of the fiscal responsibilities for nursing homes, in the belief that caregivers needed to spend all their energies and resources in providing resident services.
Three fiscal accounts are important to a full understanding of the state and local budget situation--the relevant portions of the national income and product accounts (NIPA), the general fund accounts of the governments, and the accounts of the governments' social insurance funds covering their employees.
NYSE:BBY) said that it plans to open approximately 130 new stores in the United States, Canada and China during its 2008 fiscal year, which begins on March 4, 2007.
Fiscal 2006 had 53 weeks of sales (14 weeks in the fourth quarter); while our fiscal year ended January 29, 2006 ("fiscal 2005") had 52 weeks (13 weeks in the fourth quarter).
OB) ("Vertical"), a leading provider of next-generation, IP-based phone systems and applications that help businesses better serve their customers, announced today its financial results for the second quarter of fiscal 2007, which ended December 31, 2006.
Fitch expects that free cash flow will be positive in fiscal 2007, benefiting from less land and development spending and, consequently, reduced inventories.
The amount to be bonded has been reduced by the $400 million of cash-funded project costs since fiscal 2003 when the program began.