provides visual support for its claim that ammonia is safe.
District Judge Karen Schreier ruled that state court was the best forum for the case BPI
originally filed the lawsuit in state court, seeking $400 million damages (which could be tripled under South Dakota's Agricultural Food Products Disparagement Act).
and will continue their activities within a new company, BPI
The Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI
) is the third largest private sector bank in the country and operates a network of more than 750 branches across the nation.
The agreement was signed recently by Dr R Seetharaman, Group chief executive, Doha Bank and Raul D Dimayuga, senior vice-president, BPI
Doha Bank's customers will be able to transfer money online from Doha Bank account to their account with any branch of BPI
The agreement was signed by Dr R Seetharaman, group chief executive officer of Doha Bank, and Raul D Dimayuga, senior vice president of BPI
In December 2009, well after Foshee's time at BPI
had come to an end, the New York Times published a front-page story calling into question the safety of the not-yet-christened "pink slime." The article focused not on the gross-out factor that might accompany the now-ubiquitous images of "pink slime," but rather on the food safety dangers that the product purportedly presents.
Established in 1993 in Berlin, Germany, Transparency International set up the BPI
in 1995 and has branches and/or units in about 80 nations.
bought the 125-year-old brand over the summer from Brioschi Inc.
The Chinese bank could take a stake in BPI
or its Angolan operation, BFA.
titles include "Campus Crime," "Construction Claims Monthly," "Education Technology News," "Mental Health Law Reporter," "Solid Waste Reporter," "Nuclear Waste Reporter," "US Rail News" and "Report on Literacy Programs." Eiserer was also a founding director of the Newsletter Publishers Association, now the Newsletter & Electronic Publishers Association, in 1977.