The settlement of a corporate manufacturing sukuk issue that caters to the real estate sector in today's challenging market condition speaks boldly about the issue and its obligor," Kuwait Finance House and Liquidity Management Centre said.
What does CM stand for?
CM stands for Corporate Manufacturing
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- Corporate (Data) Model
Samples in periodicals archive:
The settlement of a corporate manufacturing sukuk issue that caters to the real estate sector in today's challenging market condition speaks boldly about the issue and its obligor,' KFH and Liquidity Management Centre said.
Martin Griffiths, Barclays Corporate manufacturing sector specialist for Wales, said: "Manufacturing remains the star of the UK economic show, with further good news in today's ONS figures.
Corporate manufacturing activity continued to rise in most of the districts covered by the Fed's 12 regional banks and personal consumption remained firm with retail sales flat or rising in most districts, the report said.
Denis and will take on the dual role of vice president of ingredient sales/contract manufacturing and the new position of director of corporate manufacturing.
The Quality Committee includes the corporate manufacturing v.
Access to real-time 'should cost' assessments reduces the number of supplier quotes and allows our employees to evaluate more cost-saving alternatives for each product concept," said Rick Goldsmith, Manager of Corporate Manufacturing and Tooling at NMHG.
Martin Griffiths, Barclays corporate manufacturing specialist in Wales said: "The UK's recent growth mirrors that of other international markets where increasing economic stabilisation has bolstered manufacturing output.