movable form

movable form

In the placement of concrete, a formwork which has been so sized in its manufacture or construction as to be suitable for repetitive use in a series of pours.
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According to World Bank Group research, the transaction reform will support new borrowing opportunities in Tajikistan, where up to 70% of businesses assets are in a movable form, that is, in assets other than land and real estate.
That said, waqf can not only be used just in its traditional, real estate-related form, but also in movable form of cash, potentially creating wide-reaching opportunities for "social investment" within the Islamic finance industry through so-called cash-waqf or waqf istithmari, i.e.