- n. Plural form of roadshow.
“Also Friday, Shanghai-listed Everbright Bank postponed presentations to investors aimed at taking orders, known as roadshows, slated for Monday, three people familiar with the situation said.”
“The Government also wants to hold more "roadshows" of mainstream Islamic scholarship around the country.”
“Househam, will hold a series of "roadshows" in Bloemfontein, the”
“President of the statutory Pharmacy Council, Prof Peter Eagles, told the committee that the council had conducted "roadshows", sometimes with department officials, to six of the eight universities offering pharmacy.”
“roadshows" with her slide projector and notebook.”
“roadshows' led by foreign 'scholars' such as David Duke.”
“In a phone interview, James Galbraith calls the various Peterson-funded organizations that are involved in the solutions roadshows "fronts" and accuses the billionaire of an "ulterior motive" to cut entitlement programs.”
“A second person familiar with the Sany deal said the company, whose concrete pumps were used to build the Three Gorges Dam in China, will start begin its roadshows, or sale of shares to institutional investors, on Sept. 13, after the mid-autumn festival holiday in China.”
“However, another person familiar with the transaction Tuesday said the trust hadn't yet finalized a new timetable for the management roadshows.”
“Chinese property developer Top Spring International Holdings Ltd. is currently in roadshows and plans to list March 23, people familiar with the deal said earlier.”
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