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stocktaking

the examination, counting, and valuing of goods on hand in a shop or business
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These include the political phase of the Talanoa Dialogue, the pre-2020 stocktake, and the High Level event on climate finance.
Barber praised Shehbaz for attending over 50 stocktake meetings during last few years and gave his warm wishes for the speedy recovery of Chief Minister of Punjab who is in London for his medical examination.
Barber praised Shehbaz for attending over 50 stocktakes himself.As far as the health reforms roadmap is concerned, Barber briefed that a million children were being protected by diseases such as measles, 90 per cent children were vaccinated and the establishment of basic health units (BHUs) had increased from 70 in 2014 to 1000 in the year 2018.It was also told that the Punjab Information Technology Board (PITB) helped in the geo-tagging of the hospital staff, which ensured regular tests like ultrasound, temperature and blood pressure pulse.
Information from the annual stocktake will be carefully recorded and sent to other zoos as part of international conservation programmes.
Deloitte was commissioned by the Youth Justice Policy Unit in the Ministry of Justice (MoJ) to collect and analyse data on the activities of YOTs in England and Wales (the 'YOT Stocktake').
WHEN was your last closet stocktake? One in 10 Brits own more than 250 pieces of clothing, according to a new survey by Confused.com.
It's the last in the series of Dr Pamela Cox's wonderful stocktake of social history and this episode provides frequent reminders that things we take utterly for granted these days - like women being able to keep their jobs after they married or biscuits being sold in packets rather than being doled out from big jars behind the counter - are all relatively recent developments.
Employment Relations Authority facilitator Greg Wood was to conduct a stocktake of all the employer parties involved in facilitation to determine which ones agreed in principle with the proposed MECA process, which ones wished to have further discussions with NZNO and the authority, and which ones didn't want to bargain in this manner.
The newly-created School Standards Unit will consider fresh literacy and numeracy data as part of its "stocktake" of regional consortiums.
He made the announcement following a "stocktake" of Glastir, which will see 148 changes implemented with the aim of attracting more applicants.
Reporting on the stocktake project of the Whitireia Community Polytechnic, New Zealand, Parker (2007) expounds on the aim, preparation and planning, method, results and problems of the project.
Also when taking your stocktake you now have the ability to record Stocktake results in a new Stocktake menu option.