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in-kind

(ĭn′kīnd′)
adj.
Given in goods, commodities, or services rather than money: cash and in-kind benefits.
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The requirement that large purposive groups avoid the nonactivist free-rider problem provides additional reasons for the existence of in-kind benefits.
Along with a salary or "wage," business and government employers typically offer three categories of benefits: "in-kind," "lump-sum income," and "price savings."(5)
The offices will provide services to the in-kind subsidies recipients only, as they used to serve the retailers offering the subsidized goods as well.
July 6, 2019 (JUBA) -- South Sudan and China on Saturday signed three agreements on the in-kind support from the Chinese government to the National Pre-Transitional Committee (NPTC).
Summary: SCA has also clarified new regulations related to assessing 'in-kind shares'
Go, who funded his bid mostly from cash and in-kind donations, was the top spender among the winning senatorial bets.
Dela Rosa received cash and in-kind contributions from other sources amounting to P92,604,861.86.He received no contributions from his political party.
Your in-kind donation of fully functioning tools will give others the opportunity to learn and create.
In cooperation with their technologies supply partner, Ioxp GmbH of Mannheim, Germany, SeeDaten has made an in-kind donation in excess of $135,000 to install, train and support the leadership and students of Spartanburg Community College, according to a news release.
The prizes, which include cash and in-kind services, are $26,000 for first place, $18,000 for second place and $13,000 for third place.
Prize packages in recent years have been valued at more than $100,000 in cash and in-kind services.
Comcast NBCUniversal will donate USD 1.1 million in cash and in-kind support for the communities impacted by California's devastating fires, the company said.