Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In mining, a sale of coal at the pit, as distinguished from disposal by sea.
“Hong Kong Financial Secretary John Tsang said that despite the tepid response, the government's land-sale plans for the remainder of the fiscal year will proceed as scheduled.”
“The government's "over-reliance on land-sale revenue for its fiscal health is the root problem of its land and housing policies," she said.”
“There are the Hong Kong tycoons who benefit from favorable government land-sale rules, or the Korean chaebol executives who gain from lenient treatment "for the national economic interest" when corporate fraud allegations pop up.”
“The club, minus its development land, is now for sale, the £1m land-sale profit spent.”
“Mr. Tsang said the Hong Kong Monetary Authority will unveil new measures shortly, and that the government will announce its land-sale plan for the July-September period later Friday.”
“Revenue plunged 33% to $451 million, hurt by lower housing and land-sale revenue.”
“Uncertain of how to value the largely undeveloped property then, the two struck a deal in which, each year, Rouse was to pay the heirs half of its land-sale profits at Summerlin, which ultimately amounted to $570 million in total payments.”
“Lennar on Tuesday also flagged that it expects to have additional impairment charges after it reported $344.7 million in land-sale losses and equity in loss from unconsolidated entities of $127.4 million.”
“It rightly suggests planning rules and land-sale practices should be reviewed, for example, making "choice" as well as "need" a factor in granting planning permission.”
“Sunday the land-sale deal had been signed between the council and”
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