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stockholder

Austral a person who keeps livestock
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A public limited company, StockHolding serves retail and institutional investors through its 200 branches in India.
However, as the MC-11 reached its conclusion last December 14, the 164 WTO member-countries failed to come up with a firm ministerial decision on agriculture as they expressed divergent views on issues, such as SSM and public stockholding for food security purposes.
"...A major country stated categorically that they cannot agree to any permanent solution on the public stockholding at MC11.
Let's try to figure out the returns of his nine other stockholdings, which could be made part of a list for more stock picks.
To enhance its competitiveness Crosby Carpet Centre is a member of the Greendale Stockholding Buying Group.
"Although Tecaz already has 80,000sqft of warehousing at North Shields, Sunderland and Stockton, the additional high bay warehousing will enable it to double its already comprehensive range and stockholding.
is a GBP 100m+ revenue steel processing and stockholding company.
Under the terms of the Bali agreement, this deal should have been ratified by last July 31, but this deadline was missed because of the U.S.-Indian stand-off over food stockholding.
She said Public stockholding is a widely used means to ensure food security in many developing countries where agriculture is largely rain-fed.
In the meantime, India and other developing countries will be exempt from any WTO challenges when they are subsidising food crops in pursuance of public stockholding programmes for food security purposes.
De Schutter's call comes on the eve of a high-level WTO summit in Bali, Indonesia, (3-6 December) which will try to reach agreement on proposals on developing countries' food stockholding for food security, as part of the Doha Round trade negotiations.
Sandy, 45 and James, 42, have important stockholding in Rangers and they want a seat on the board in return for taking a bigger stake the club.