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Author: Kristy Ironside

state bonds required more than jingles, romantic comedies, and appeals to socialist consciousness. Beginning in 1927, “mass subscription bonds” were issued to support the Five-Year Plans and other economic goals and were purchased during workplace campaigns in Soviet factories, offices, and collective

In: The Soviet and Post-Soviet Review
Author: Olga Ishutina

-relationship of Russia’s civil and budgetary legislation in light of the rules and regulations governing obligations arising BNKI OP=PA OA?QNEPEAO QJ@AN ?KJ@EPEKJO KB = ­J=J?E=H ?NEOEO 1DA =NCQAO PD=P PDA redemption of state bonds (treasury bills) by exchanging them for other state debt instrument bonds does not

In: Review of Central and East European Law

economic and financial situation of Egypt in early 2013, illustrate this point, and the strong reaction from the fjp . The first jeopardized a critical loan from the eu , and the second blocked an attempt to raise money through the introduction of sharia-compliant state bonds (the Ṣukūk Bill

In: Middle East Law and Governance
The Law Governing International Commercial Contracts: Hard Law Versus Soft Law by Michael Joachim Bonell
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The Private-Public Divide in International Dispute Resolution by Burkhard Hess
Authors: Kosheri, Rashed and Riad

in the form of thirty-year state bonds. Article 4 of the Decree Law No. 127 of 1961 amending Law No. 178 of 1952 provides that the person whose land is taken over by the government in accor- dance with the Decree Law No. 127 of 1961 has the right to compensation as pre- scribed in the Decree Law No

In: Yearbook of Islamic and Middle Eastern Law Online
Author: Stephen Miller

speculation and rents remunerative and stable sources of bourgeois income. Businessmen tended to have property in town and country as a form of insurance and credit, and as a basis for retirement to a life of ease. The Parisian bourgeoisie had nearly 20 per cent of their wealth in state bonds and about 15 per

In: Historical Materialism
Author: Lea Heimbeck

. State Bankruptcies during the Long 19th Century In the 1820s states started to issue bonds on foreign financial markets. 1 Due to industrialization many people had saved capital which some preferably invested in foreign state bonds as such securities were highly profitable. Rothschild, for example

In: Journal of the History of International Law / Revue d'histoire du droit international
Author: Makoto Itoh

joint-stock companies (and state bonds) as an important component of the financial system, in combination with the credit system – thus extending the historical basis of our abstraction into late capitalism – the role of the external supply of idle money funds cannot easily be dismissed. Money capitals

In: Historical Materialism

Separation of public and private ..................................................... 94 State awards ........................................... 199, 232 State bonds ...................................................... 209 State border, maritime zone ............................ 196 State Counties (local

In: Review of Central and East European Law

the 5% state bonds ( Staatsschuldverschreibung ) (3,500 fl. cm ) already in his possession, and with the rents afterwards. Kyro Nicolitz wanted all the debts attached to his inheritance to be paid off and subsequently the liabilities on the building no. 744 to be erased from the cadastre, a procedure

In: Endowment Studies