under-report

under-report

vb (tr)
to give an insufficient account or report of
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The spokesman frowned at situations where some elements of the media and social media critics with vested interest unjustifiably accused the military, under-report its achievements and glorify or celebrate the terrorists and other criminal elements in the society.
Ghosn, the ousted head of the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Motors alliance, was arrested in November and has been charged with breach of trust and falsifying financial documents to under-report his income for years.
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New York: Women are more likely to under-report their snoring problem as compared to men, says a new study.
In a statement on Tuesday, Ghosn's lawyers also asked that he stand trial separately from Kelly, who was charged with conspiring to under-report Ghosn's income.
Her look at the situation found in some cases, people appeared to under-report because the taxpayer had significant unreimbursed employee expenses that are no longer deductible under the new law.
19 and has been charged with conspiring to under-report Ghosn`s income, was released on Dec.
Prosecutors said they were holding Mr Ghosn, 64, for allegedly collaborating to falsify securities statements and under-report his income.
Japanese prosecutors allege that Ghosn schemed to under-report his income by $44 M, along with personal use of company assets.
"While one-third of users did suggest they're using Facebook and Instagram less than last year, we suspect there is a greater tendency for users to under-report their usage," Olson said in Piper Jaffray's note.
SPF bosses speculated the number could be even higher, saying staff under-report incidents due to falling morale.
The crux of their criticism is that the repeal of the GST would remove the mandatory tax reporting structure that reduced firms' ability to under-report tax obligations, all without tangibly lowering prices.