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“The Economy Plan's "Annex D" laid out "a strict 360-day schedule for the free-market makeover of Iraq.”
“So there is an -- and that 360-day period would have to be gained in agriculture.”
“On an external level, if the period of a day and night is divided into sixty Kalachakra hours – there is no rule that it can only be divided into twenty-four – then in a 360-day lunar year, there are 21,600 hours.”
“He was fined $730, given a 360-day suspended prison sentence and told not to go to any more Montana high school events.”
“The problem: the bank's use of a clever practice to slightly boost the rate of interest on commercial loans by calculating them on a 360-day year, but then charging it on 365 days.”
“The issue was sparked by a flurry of more than two dozen legal actions against banks that calculate interested based on a 360-day year, but charge it all 365 days.”
“So far we have brought the message to over 100,000 people through our '' 360-day Seminar ''," he told reporters after presenting awards to students who excelled in the Ujian Pencapaian Sekolah Rendah (UPSR), at Kampung Permatang Sungkai here today.”
“For more details on the 360-day foreign bank deadline, see a blog update from the”
“Good news: The CFTC told us foreign financial institutions (banks) who are not supposed to register as RFEDs with the CFTC but rather with bank regulators are subject to the 360-day deadline in Dodd-Frank.”
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