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reclassify

[rē′klas·ə·fī]
(ordnance)
To change the security classification of a document, piece of equipment, or the like.
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Hamad Al-Humaidhi, Chairman, Boursa Kuwait, said: "MSCI's reclassification of Kuwait in its Emerging Markets Index represents an important milestone in the history of our capital markets and will bolster the country's standing on the global investment map.
Commenting on the status upgrade, Hamad Al Humaidhi, the chairman of Boursa Kuwait, said: "MSCI's reclassification of Kuwait in its Emerging Markets Index represents an important milestone in the history of our capital markets and will bolster the country's standing on the global investment map."
"The expansion of the permitted activities allowed in the IE5 and the reclassification thereof as an international center for commerce, industry, leisure and recreation, are vital to the development of the entire Clark area as a globally competitive international commercial center in the Asia-Pacific region," the order read.
In highly urbanized areas like Davao City, agricultural reclassification limit can be expanded beyond 15 percent, said Cortez.
In its ruling, the SC cited reclassification of the island as a suggestion.
'The program shall require a certificate of reclassification rights in order to effectively regulate the importation; provided that any importation must be reasonably profitable to sugar producers, who have been experiencing low prices of sugar for the last two crop years as a result of importation of cheap subsidized high-fructose corn syrup,' the SRA said.
The record date will be set after the reclassification of Kinnevik's MTG class A shares into class B shares.
250 crore) and reclassification are appreciable and in line with the industry expectations," he concluded.
(17) Concerned that hospitals would be able to take advantage of the reclassification process, the Secretary of Health and Human Services promulgated regulations aimed at preventing abuse.
The reclassification is also likely to impact the business side by generating a demand for more analyst reports as foreign investors require greater transparency and disclosure.
"The reclassification of wells is one of many issues we are tracking at the Comptroller's Office that could impact the state's bottom line," said Lauren Willis, a spokesman for Hegar.
Curative intervention was recommended for disease reclassification when patients no longer met the inclusion criteria following biopsy results.