multinationals would have to recalculate their entire worldwide profits according to each set of local rules
‘It's being sent to the lower court to recalculate damages,’ said Greenberg. ‘It remains to be seen how that's going to come out.’
The company can then simply mark the derivative to market and adjust the underlying exposure by the same amount, without having to calculate and recalculate the values of the items.
We will rather redefine the dispensing tariff and this could mean that it is recalculated .
In the evenings, she would look over their bank statements and bills, calculating and recalculating numbers until she found a way to cut out enough luxuries.
Lambert makes some reasonable criticisms of the statistics which were alleged to show global cooling and recalculates the statistics concerned in a more orthodox way.
But analysts say this rounding effect, which caused bitter complaints in some euro zone countries, should be minimal as prices will not be recalculated , just truncated.
A Salford city council spokesman said the benefit bill had been recalculated and the couple would now be better off - by just over £1 a week.
Introduced in 1969 as a separate tax system aimed at wealthy tax dodgers, it recalculates the value of a taxpayer's exemptions and deductions, charging whatever is more.
The recalculation of tax liabilities can be quite substantial - and run into tens of thousands of pounds.