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Table 3: EFFECTIVE TAX RATES FOR DOMESTIC FIRMS IN G-7 COUNTRIES

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U.S. and Canadian consultants meet

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June 1, 2000  

Goodbye

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Table 1: PRIVATE PARTICIPATION IN INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS (by sector)

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NOTES

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Acres: portrait of a firm

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TIGHT TREATMENT

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Blue Box Syndrome

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Table 4: TOP 5 PRIVATE SPONSORS BY NUMBER OF PROJECTS 1990-1997

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Managing engineering documents at Annacis

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June 1, 2000  

Why don’t they listen?

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June 1, 2000  

BIOSLURPING AT CN

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June 1, 2000  

News – 01-JUN-00

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May 1, 2000  

Storing flammable and combustible liquids; A

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May 1, 2000  

On-line seminars

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May 1, 2000  

Disaster in Taiwan

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May 1, 2000  

Evolution of NFPA Rules on Flammable and Combustible Liquids

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May 1, 2000  

ON THE BURNER

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May 1, 2000  

New training centres simulate emergencies on board ship

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May 1, 2000  

How different fire detection sensors work

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May 1, 2000  

PRODUCT NEWS

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CONFERENCE

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May 1, 2000  

Atriums and Plugholes

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May 1, 2000  

Exit Sign Language

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May 1, 2000  

Keeping workers on top

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when rules don’t make sense

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May 1, 2000  

Objectives in Sight

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May 1, 2000  

Protecting Calgary’s Bankers Hall