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With all this being said on government regulation, it would still be hard to imagine the Chinese government (as the majority shareholder) enforcing many more extensive consumer-friendly regulations that might force ROIC below the company's cost of capital.
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They are not a measure to restrict imports or cause an unjustified increase in cost of products.
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The luxury carmaker Aston Martin Lagonda plans to make 500 workers redundant as it looks to cut costs under new chief executive, Tobias Moers, because of the slump in sales due to the coronavirus pandemic.
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The company bills itself as a general contractor, that helps governments rebuild the testing supply chain and lower costs.
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KUALA LUMPUR, June 4 — MBSB Bank announced today that it will not be charging its customers for any costs related to the automatic moratorium as part of offering financial relief to its retail, corporate and small and medium enterprise (SME) clients affected by Covid-19 and phases of the movement control order (MCO).
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The plan also includes €5.3 billion for the social security system, €10 billion to help municipalities cover housing and other costs and €1.9 billion for cultural institutions and nonprofits.
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The downward stickiness of deposit costs makes the net interest margin quite sensitive to interest rates.
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When we consider the current 107,632,337 common shares outstanding, this new dividend would cost it $26.908 million.
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That points to how some of it, by the time it gets that far, could come down to basic cost.