• management
  • Sufficient management could optimise this commerce but would also ensure that human activities in the water areas do not interfere with the ecosystem's equilibrium. (wikipedia.org)
  • In addition to servicing the needs of the Department of Transportation, other federal clients include Department of Education, U.S. Air Force, Social Security Administration, Department of Homeland Security, Office of Personnel Management, Department of Commerce, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Environmental Protection Agency. (wikipedia.org)
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  • Amazon.com Inc. has pumped in an additional Rs 2,900 crore ($446 million) into its main India arm and nearly doubled its authorised share capital, as the global e-commerce giant continues its quick pace of investments in the country. (vccircle.com)
  • platform
  • Richard Liu, JD.com chairman and CEO, who participated in the signing ceremony, said: "These groundbreaking agreements bring together two of America's most trusted and in-demand meat suppliers with China's leading e-commerce platform, to the benefit of both US producers and Chinese consumers. (just-food.com)
  • JD will import Montana-sourced beef from Cross Four Ranch and MSGA members to China for direct sale to the 258m Chinese consumers on its e-commerce platform. (just-food.com)
  • This means, if someone wants to launch an e-commerce platform, they can use honestbee to build their e-commerce store as well as handle the payments, professional customer service team and logistics. (jumpstartmag.com)
  • Along with comparatively high rental costs in Hong Kong, honestbee provides the ideal e-commerce platform - a critical component for all the partners looking to boost both online and offline sales. (jumpstartmag.com)
  • According to an Amazon India spokesperson, the Indian e-commerce arm has 250,000 registered sellers on its platform. (vccircle.com)
  • business
  • We've argued all along that the RIP Commerce Tax petition would have grave and lasting consequences to the State of Nevada," said Matt Griffin, an attorney for the Coalition for Nevada's Future, a group funded by casinos and other business groups. (washingtontimes.com)
  • The Electronic Transactions Amendment Bill was approved by the Sri Lankan parliament on Monday, providing a major boost to commerce, business and trade in the digital era. (icta.lk)
  • In addition to enhancing the methods of doing trade, commerce and business, the new amendment will also help improve procedures and promote efficiency and transparency in service delivery by Government and the courts in Sri Lanka. (icta.lk)
  • Mr. Fernando said the amendment will ensure greater legal certainty for e-commerce and e-business providers who wish to use Sri Lankan law as the applicable law and ensure international validity for electronic contracts. (icta.lk)
  • In future arbitration awards can be enforced in paperless form with ratification of UN ECC, creating an opportunity for Sri Lanka to be a hub for electronic commerce and business dispute resolutions and arbitrations. (icta.lk)
  • These payment options can be used to enhance trade, commerce and business using the new Electronic Transactions Amendment. (icta.lk)
  • trying to s
  • Supporters of the commerce tax were trying to stop the measure before it qualifies for the ballot because it would have consequences whether or not voters pass it. (washingtontimes.com)
  • trade
  • the intersection of the Hydian Way and the Perlemian Trade Route , two of the galaxy's major hyperlanes . (wikia.com)
  • most of the planet's available land was dominated by warehouses, cargo holding facilities, commerce exchanges, and other trade-related structures. (wikia.com)
  • As a result of its location along the Perlemian Trade Route, Brentaal was a major commerce hub that became an economic power when it joined the Galactic Republic sometime before 22,000 BBY , as it served as a checkpoint for traffic entering the Republic along the Perlemian. (wikia.com)
  • year
  • Primetime is held twice per year to benefit new members of the Utah Valley Chamber of Commerce. (prweb.com)
  • The meat deal forms part of an overall commitment by JD, which is both the largest e-commerce company in China and the country's largest retailer by revenue, to purchase $2bn of US goods across a wide range of categories over a three year period. (just-food.com)
  • site
  • Much of the history of the area has been tied to the ancient city, most recently involves controversy connected with commerce and development around the site. (wikipedia.org)
  • The state is also home to La Venta, the major site of the Olmec civilization, considered to be the origin of later Mesoamerican cultures. (wikipedia.org)
  • goods
  • In response to such wide industry concern about the spreading scourge of piracy and counterfeiting of goods, ICC has launched a major worldwide initiative to stop the theft of intellectual property. (iccwbo.org)
  • stores
  • HONG KONG, 20 June 2017 - honestbee , Asia's leading online grocery and concierge service, where professional concierge shoppers handpick and deliver fresh groceries from top local stores, has announced partnerships with eight well-known major supermarket partners in Hong Kong today. (jumpstartmag.com)
  • Other than the major supermarkets mentioned above, honestbee partners with popular boutique stores in Hong Kong including Feather & Bone , The Butchers Club , Pet Line and Baby Central . (jumpstartmag.com)
  • These stores are mostly located in major commerce streets and shopping malls. (wikipedia.org)
  • years
  • For more than 200 years, the Supreme Court has interpreted the meaning of the Commerce Clause of the Constitution. (kenw.org)
  • But the words of the Commerce Clause are pretty general, and it is the Supreme Court that for more than 200 years has interpreted what they mean. (kenw.org)
  • people
  • The great Chief Justice John Marshall, who was himself one of the Founding Fathers, wrote in Gibbons v. Ogden that the Commerce Clause gives Congress broad power to regulate commerce and that this power is mainly limited by the power of the people to deny their representatives re-election if they don't like what Congress does. (kenw.org)