El Banco Central coloca as al pa s a la altura de los est ndares monetarios internacionales con la emisi n del primer billete de RD$20.00 en pol mero, conforme con los est ndares usados en pa ses como Australia, Chile, China, M xico, Taiw n, Costa Rica y Nicaragua, entre otros. La impresi n del billete de 20 pesos en pol mero fue autorizada por la Junta Monetaria a trav s de su Octava Resoluci n emitida el pasado 28 de mayo de 2008. La decisi n tambi n incluye el no descuento de la carga fija de la cartera.
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Commissioner Gort also shared much of his $27,219 leftover cash with family and friends. He doled out $4000 to former aide Richard Kuper for consulting, and $2500 to his nephew Alex Gort for campaign related photos. The check to Alex was written to Gort Photo Studio, Inc., which has a storefront on Alcazar Avenue in Coral Gables.
Prepsters rejoice. Two famous American brands have come together to create an accessory that combines classic elements of both companies. Ray Ban’s sunglasses for Brooks Brothers showcase the wayfarer and aviator styles from Ray Ban, with arms lined in the signature BB 1 Repp stripe from Brooks Brothers more commonly seen on the brand’s ties, bow ties and even decorative pillows..
The tide turned on the issue this week when Senate President John Cullerton, D Chicago, got behind the proposal. Cullerton acknowledged the majority of the General Assembly has favored abolishing the century old program. He also faced rising pressure from Senate Republican leader Christine Radogno of Lemont and Democratic Gov.
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