|proposal to build||構築する提案|
|proposal was rejected||提案は拒否されました|
|rejected the proposal||提案を拒否しました|
· Enagas: COVID-Resistant Regulated Utility But Spanish Exposure Is Sub-Optimal →
Again in September, the 10-member board of the CNMC regulator stated that most likely the previous proposal is going to be more favorable for Enagás.
· Govennment proposal: MSMEs may seek own insolvency →
While insolvency proceeding against fresh defaulters are proposed to be suspended for a year to soften the Covid-19 blow, the government is considering a proposal to allow MSMEs to approach the adjudicating authority to declare them insolvent if they so wish to pursue a resolution of their stressed assets.
· Ben Roberts-Smith defamation trial delayed as Fairfax lawyers seek to introduce new evidence →
Besanko rejected that proposal.
· Police rule out charging News Corp journalist Annika Smethurst →
The Australian Federal Police has ruled out laying charges against News Corp journalist Annika Smethurst for her reporting on a secret government proposal to expand domestic intelligence activities.
· Hong Kong's future as China's gateway to the West is under threat →
Given the nature of China’s parliament, the proposals will inevitably be rubber-stamped.
· Pop-up bike lanes proposed for Brisbane CBD →
Queensland's peak cycling lobby group has developed a detailed proposal for separated pop-up bike lanes throughout the Brisbane CBD.
· EU's Von der Leyen to unveil trillion-euro recovery plan →
The global coronavirus outbreak has thrust the EU into its deepest ever recession, and Von der Leyen's proposal will set out to help the worst affected countries.
· OFS Capital: Vote No →
Were management to have never requested the ability to issue shares below NAV, we would have been more inclined to buy the common; likewise, if the proposal was to be defeated, we would be more inclined to own the common.
· US dollar edges higher as US, China worries resurface →
The European Commission is to present its own proposal for a recovery fund later today, which could determine the near-term direction of the euro.
· Privacy fears as China expands use of monitoring tech beyond COVID-19 →
said one commentator on Weibo in reaction to the Hangzhou proposal.