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  • DALLAS (CN) - Weizhen Tang took as much as $75 million from 200 Chinese-Americans in a Toronto-based Ponzi scheme he called the Overseas Chinese Fund, the SEC says in Federal Court.

    Courthouse News Service

  • "Reserve Forces: Observations on Recent National Guard Use in Overseas and Homeland Missions and Future Challenges," GAO - 04-670T, April 29, 2004. 25.

    Ten Years Later

  • And damn if High Times didn't buy one, then a magazine called Overseas Living bought one, and then Walking Magazine bought one and someone else bought one.

    Peter Gorman: So You Want to Be a Journalist?

  • Orient Overseas, which is controlled by the family of former Hong Kong Chief Executive Tung Chee-hwa, said robust demand for container shipping is continuing into the third quarter, and the company is considering raising freight rates on some key routes.

    Orient Overseas Sails To Profit

  • The aid is known as the Overseas Development Aid or Foreign Development Assistance, which rich nations vote to assist countries in need.

    INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS: A JUST WORLD AND A BETTER AFRICA IS A POSSIBILITY

  • When Colin Powell seized the reins in 2001, he gutted and renamed the agency's facilities office (now called Overseas Buildings Operations, or O.B.O.), and in early 2001 brought in a retired Army Corps of Engineers major general named Charles Williams to accelerate and discipline an ambitious $14 billion construction program.

    The Mega-Bunker of Baghdad

  • It's called the Overseas Highway, odd name for a road, Overseas Highway.

    CNN Transcript Sep 20, 2005

  • With reference to above, we like to introduce our concern named as Prince Overseas, which is established in the year 1995, and we are manufacturer and exporter of IRON, WOODEN, ANTIQUE & REMADE HANDCRAFTED PRODUCT.

    Looking for a source on red clay pottery, wrought iron furniture and pine furniture

  • To that end, Clinton followed the Defense Department model and carved out a separate account for Iraq, Afghanistan and Pakistan, called the Overseas Contingency Operation.

    The Seattle Times

  • Live and Invest Overseas, which is tailored to Americans but still has some interesting data on how much it costs to rent in various countries.

    The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed

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