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non-standard

[ˌnɒnˈstændəd] ADJ (Ling) → no estándar

non-standard

[ˈnɒnˈstændəd] adj (word, pronunciation) → che non fa parte della lingua standard
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Non-Standard Finance is a UK-based consumer finance company that provides home credit under the brands Loans at Home and Everyday Loans.
Consequently, despite the expiry on 11 December 2016 of one subparagraph of Section 15, the remaining provisions of the protocol continue to allow the use of a non-standard anti-dumping methodology when market economy conditions are not met, emphasised Ines Van Lierde, Chair of AEGIS Europe.
no insurer shall file, nor shall the commissioner approve, any rates for non-standard risks in the voluntary market in excess of 135 percent of the .
According to Reuters, Arbuthnot Banking Group has said that its unit would conditionally sell its non-standard consumer lending business, Everyday loan Holdings Ltd, to Non-Standard Finance Plc (NSF).
The buyer was established to acquire companies or businesses in the non-standard consumer finance sector which serve customers who do not meet criteria for mainstream lending.
Eichhorst and Marx offer an edited collection of essays on non-standard employment patterns in Europe and to a lesser extent, the United States.
All the transactions taken place in IME are subject to existing laws and by-laws of the country so all the news related to trade of non-standard bitumen and their export through IME are incorrect", Panahian said noting all the transactions are done in IME are completely transparent.
The Non-Standard Aviation Division faces every demanding challenge head-on with courage of conviction and a high sense of professional pride.
While non-standard work schedules have been viewed as potentially "family friendly", the findings challenge that belief.
This study looks at what influenced women to "choose" non-standard type work.
Of particular note is the increasing use of non-standard (Dastmalchian and Blyton, 2001) contingent (Kallenberg, 2001) or peripheral (Lepak and Snell, 1999) work arrangements for workers with varying levels of security in the employment relationship and varying amounts of hours of work in contrast to the more traditional permanent full-time worker.
The author of the report out yesterday, Karina Purang, said: 'The increased saturation of mainstream markets, whether credit cards or mortgages, has led to a number of mainstream lenders operating in the non-standard segment

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