And here's a hand, my trusty fiere,** And gie
's a hand o' thine; And we'll tak a right guid-willie waught,*** For auld lang syne.
"To my thinking," said the dairyman, rising suddenly from a cow he had just finished off, snatching up his three-legged stool in one hand and the pail in the other, and moving on to the next hard-yielder in his vicinity; "to my thinking, the cows don't gie
down their milk today as usual.
him here to me, Jim," said Chad Cranage; "I'll tie hirs up an' shoe him as I do th' hosses.
Desiring to have his reasons for liking him, I could only gather the sentences - 'I known't: he pays dad back what he gies
to me - he curses daddy for cursing me.
Presently the straining pace ate up the ener- gies
of the men.
The Department of Finance, which believes that tax perks should be time-bound, wants to remove the GIE
Part of the DTI's push for a longer transition period is to raise the tax on GIE
rate paid by PEZA-registered firms to eight percent as the increase is expected to allow the government to generate additional revenues of P30 billion to P40 billion.
Plaza emphasized that the 5 percent GIE
is significant in facilitating ease of doing business in the country.
'We are talking of [a longer] transition [period] or possible grandfathering through increasing the GIE
rate, [as] a GIE
rate hike will have immediate revenue improvement,' Lopez said in an interview with reporters.
Under these contracts, GIE
will supply sodium chloride (salt) for the operation of the water treatment plant in Mukhaizna, and Abraj will provide drilling rigs for Oman North operations, as well as provide cementing services, a press release said.
Operations continue to be carried out from GIE
's headquarters in Chicago, and offices in New York and California.
Against this challenging background, the programme aims to reinforce the GIE
electrical, wastewater and water systems.