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public corporation

n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) (in Britain) an organization established to run a nationalized industry or state-owned enterprise. The chairman and board members are appointed by a government minister, and the government has overall control
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5 (Saba) - Four tender bids for a number of projects of the Public Corporation for Water and Sanitation were opened In the province of Saada on Wednesday at a cost of 312 thousand dollars.
Summary: Subsidized housing loans for limited income families are expected to be reactivated in a few months after the Finance Ministry and Central Bank pledged to inject more cash for this program, the head of Public Corporation for Housing Rony Lahoud said Thursday.
The purpose of the program is the implementation of the Law on financing of railway infrastructure and co-financing of passenger and combined transport under which the FBiH finances the railway infrastructure maintenance, co-finances the railway passenger and combined transport and co-finances the work of Bosnia and Herzegovina's Railways Public Corporation Sarajevo under the Agreement between the Federation of BiH and RS on establishment of the joint railway public corporation as part of the transport corporation.
The public corporation's capital has fallen below the face value of issued stock since 2016, as the company incurred enormous losses because of its excessive resources development projects abroad.
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Moody's cited three reasons for the upgraded outlook, including improved management of public corporation debt, reduced vulnerability to global market turbulence and ongoing track record of fiscal prudence.
District Court for the District of Puerto Rico Judge Francisco Besosa that the Puerto Rico Public Corporation Debt Enforcement and Recovery Act was unconstitutional.
Blue Mountain has invested in power revenue bonds of Prepa, which is widely expected to be the first public corporation that will attempt to restructure its debt under the new Puerto Rico Public Corporation Debt Enforcement and Recovery Act (Recovery Act), which was enacted on June 28.
Working with state parks officials, Courtney has proposed Senate Bill 7, which would create a public corporation, similar to SAIF Corp.
According to "Report by Study Group on the Urban Renaissance Agency (URA), Independent Administrative Agency" released on October 5, 2010, there seem to have been many opinions on the revision of the organization of URA that feasibility of its becoming a special company or a new public corporation (public agency) is high.
The other suspects are two then officials of Trustyroad, a Tokyo company entrusted by the then public corporation to collect tolls, and the company itself, they said.