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Noun1.formalisation - the act of making formal (as by stating formal rules governing classes of expressions)
systematisation, systematization, rationalisation, rationalization - systematic organization; the act of organizing something according to a system or a rationale
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The victims, through Mowlem MCA Benson Mwangi, petitioned the county assembly on May 2, 2018, challenging the repossession of their plots by City Hall.The Njeru couple was allocated two plots in January 7, 2002 under the KCC village formalisation project.
Jaitley said, "The formalisation of the Indian Economy coupled with inclusive growth through massive financial inclusion has unlocked purchasing power which will drive India's growth." He said that a growing economy will help banks grow in strength.
While Zamfara State Government officials here in Saudi Arabia have moved into action to receive their bodies for the formalisation of Burial.
Achievements of one year of GST - Cleaner economy with increasing formalisation. #GSTForNewIndia -- BJP (@BJP4India) July 1, 2018
The Finance Ministry said it would be increasingly difficult for businesses to remain outside the tax net as GST is leading to formalisation of the economy.
Summary: New Delhi [India], July 01 (ANI): The Goods and Services Tax (GST) has not delivered on the promised formalisation of the economy as yet, criticised the Congress party on Sunday.
Again, the implementation of alternative livelihood projects, systematic control of the engagement of excavators and changfans in mining areas, and continued formalisation and regulation of the small-scale mining sector, will all be part of the roadmap.
One of the reasons that discourage informal businesses from formalising is the cost that comes with formalisation. Once they are formal, businesses are required to obtain certain licences as well as adhere to health and safety standards, all of which have a higher price tag than the cess fees that they are accustomed to paying.
Formalisation and Flexibilisation in Dispute Resolution
is particularly a useful starting point, but the formalisation process is not as straightforward as they obtained.
Galal Ameen argues that the formalisation programs for Egypt championed by Hernando de Soto and the think tank he leads, the Institute for Liberty and Democracy (ILD), will not benefit the poor.