reclassification


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reclassification

(ˌriːklæsɪfɪˈkeɪʃən)
n
the act of changing the category or classification of something
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Noun1.reclassification - classifying something again (usually in a new category)
classification, compartmentalisation, compartmentalization, assortment, categorisation, categorization - the act of distributing things into classes or categories of the same type
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The reclassification, which is expected to lead to significant foreign capital flows to country's equities, will take effect in one step coinciding with MSCI's May 2020 SemiC...Annual Index Review.
The reclassification is subject to omnibus account structures and same National Investor Number (NIN) cross trades being made available for international institutional investors before the end of November 2019.
The reclassification of the vast Clark estate, contained in Executive Order No.
We still have around eight percent room for reclassification. That is still big,' Ivan Cortez told TIMES on Friday.
The scientists are suggesting the reclassification of magic mushrooms in order to facilitate their path to the clinic and minimize logistical hurdles in the future, according to Matthew W.
'Reclassification is essentially an executive function.
Furthermore, Pinol said they are reviewing the current reclassification rights system being imposed by the SRA in its sugar importation program.
In the event that the EGM votes in favour of the distribution, the shares in MTG will be distributed after a reclassification of all Kinnevik's MTG class A shares into class B shares, which is estimated to be effectuated during the first half of August 2018.
"The reclassification is in line with PHD Chamber's expectations and the consequent growth will pave way for the increased participation of MSMEs in India's expanding growth trajectory," he added.
The science in support of reclassification and, indeed, delisting, is indisputable.
In July of 2013, Lawrence + Memorial Hospital ("Lawrence"), an urban hospital in New London, Connecticut, applied for reclassification as a rural hospital, as well as designation as a Rural Referral Center ("RCC"), which it was granted.
Institutional investors are mostly restricted to investing in developed and emerging markets, so the reclassification highlights the entry of a new class of sophisticated investors into the domestic market.