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Once the Cabinet approves the study, Energy Minister Pongsak Ruktapongpisal will hold overseas roadshows on the project. The southern project was initiated during the administration of former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra, which assigned several
The B.C. government's plan to sell land and assets to balance its budget this month is a desperate bid to boost the sagging fortunes of the Liberals and not sound financial policy, says NDP leader Adrian Dix. Dix took aim at the government's plan to
The two were convicted of planning to sell land located within the Israeli community of Beitar Illit. Selling land to Jews is illegal under PA law, which is based on the laws imposed by Jordan between 1949 and 1967.
PA sources say Mansour was appointed by the office of PA Chairman Mahmoud Abbas to head efforts to return land that had been sold to Jews. According to one report, Mansour was arrested on suspicion of corruption. According to another, he himself sold
Craig Sillitoe ''We just assumed the people who bought all these blocks would build on them. We thought they would be like us,'' says Sikman, 34, who with her husband, Nick, started building their family home in the subdivision about a year ago.
Songkran Issara, managing director of the company, said yesterday that the Singaporean investor is interested in setting up a floating market in the area around Suvarnabhumi Airport. The deal is expected to be concluded in the first half of this year.
First published 5 minutes ago Updated 5 minutes ago A lawyer for the Summum religion is questioning Canyons School District's decision this week not to sell land for a seminary to anyone. And, more broadly, he's questioning the practice of Utah
R eal estate developers are increasingly selling land to generate cash. Most of them have huge debt and are facing sluggish sales, even as the cost of construction loans has reached as high as 14 per cent. For instance, DLF, the country's largest
Tokyo Electric Power Co has said it will not sell land it owns in the Oze National Park in response to such a request by the Gunma prefectural government, Gunma Gov Masaaki Osawa said Friday...The utility also said it would conserve the land for the