Words to the wise
- THE WINGS OF AN EXPERIMENT. Pekarskii, L.; Anufrienko, S. // Problems of Economics;Aug65, Vol. 8 Issue 4, p31
Explores the benefits of direct contractual ties between the supplying enterprise and the retail trade. Progressive method of operation; Infringements of rights of enterprises.
- Open Defiance. Clercq, Kate De; Phillips, Brandon // BRW;05/07/99, Vol. 21 Issue 17, p16
Profiles Australian business owner Frank Penhalluriack. His experience battling with the state of Victoria over his right to open his shop on Sundays; The fines he faced; Victoria's decision to deregulate trading hours; His efforts to campaign for the rights of small business; Success of his...
- Stores fear for future after Sunday decision. BANKS, SIMON // Convenience Store;2/12/2016, p3
The article reports on the fear of several retailers in Great Britain over the decision of the government about the devolution of Sunday trading, which is included in the Enterprise Bill.
- Front-row view. Parvin, Cordell // Roads & Bridges;Nov2005, Vol. 43 Issue 11, p18
The article explains pertinent regulations measuring the participation of Disadvantaged Business Enterprises (DBE) contractors in construction contracts issued in bidding by department of transportations in the U.S. Regulations that pertains to DBE participation cover issues of cost of supplies...
- Minority firms may be hit hard by DOD decision. Wells, Ken R. // San Diego Business Journal;10/30/95, Vol. 16 Issue 44, p1
Reports on the implications of the Department of Defense's repeal of a key affirmative action policy for minority-owned businesses in San Diego, California. Possible difficulty in winning military contracts; More unemployment and business failures among ethnic minorities; Features of the...
- Credit providers must understand basic guidelines. Redmond, Jack // Inside Tucson Business;07/15/96, Vol. 6 Issue 16, p16
Comments on consumer credit regulations in the United States. Use of credit to fuel the flow of consumer purchases; Risks for the credit provider.
- Fed: Consumer rules shouldn't be imposed on stored-value cards. Seiberg, Jaret // American Banker;4/3/1997, Vol. 162 Issue 63, p3
Reports on the possible regulations that can be imposed to protect consumers on stored-value cards in the United States. Recommendations of the Federal Reserve Board; Planned use of policy statements and public education; Consumer privacy issues; Problems on the issuance of receipts; Delay in...
- Clinton signs NCEW proclamation. // Credit World;Jul/Aug93, Vol. 81 Issue 6, p36
Reports on President Bill Clinton's signing of the proclamation of National Credit Education Week (NCEW) to be held in April 1993. Response to need for consumer credit education; Booklet `How to Run a National Credit Education Week.' INSET: National Credit Education Week, 1993 (document)..
- A GUIDE TO CONTRACTING WITH THE IRAQI GOVERNMENT, CONSTRUCTION & SUPPLY CONTRACTS. // Law Update;5/21/2015, p46
The article provides guidelines on the process of construction and supply contracts in Iraq. Topics discussed include an overview of the contracting process, requirement to enter public bidding and submit offers to avail of construction and supply contracts, performance bond for contracts to...