June 2019 Sample Clauses

June 2019. Should the Borrower exercise such option, the repayment provisions contained in Clause 5.1 shall be amended as follows: (i) the number of Repayment Instalments shall be increased from sixteen (16) to twenty (20) (each in the sum of two million one hundred and sixty six thousand six hundred and sixty seven Dollars ($2,166,667) and (ii) the Balloon Amount shall be decreased from ninety five million three hundred and thirty three thousand, three hundred and twenty eight Dollars ($95,333,328) to eighty six million, six hundred and sixty six thousand six hundred and sixty Dollars ($86,666,660). In all other respects, the repayment provisions contained in Clause 5.1 shall remain unamended.
June 2019. Corporate directory 2Managing Director's Letter 3Directors' report 5Auditor's independence declaration 21Statement of profit or loss and other comprehensive income 22Statement of financial position 23Statement of changes in equity 24Statement of cash flows 25Notes to the financial statements 26Directors' declaration 51Independent auditor's report to the members of Jayride Group Limited 52Shareholder information 55Corporate Governance Statement 57Corporate directory 30 June 2019 Directors Andrey Shirben - Chairman Rodney Bishop - Managing Director Zhongyuan (Ross) LinSamuel Saxton Yifat Shirben Andrew CoppinCompany Secretary Henry Kinstlinger Registered office and principalplace of business Suite 1101 Level 1155 Clarence StreetSydney NSW 2000Email: corporate@jayride.com Share register Computershare Investor Services Pty Limited Yarra Falls452 Johnston StreetAbbotsford VIC 3067Tel: 1300 787 272 Auditor RSM Australia Partners Level 2155 Collins StreetMelbourne VIC 3000 Solicitors Piper AldermanLevel 23Governor Macquarie Tower 1 Farrer PlaceSydney NSW 2000 Bankers National Australia Bank Northpoint Building Level 36100 Miller StreetNorth Sydney NSW 2060 Stock exchange listing The Fully Paid Ordinary Shares of Jayride Group Limited are listed on the AustralianSecurities Exchange (ASX: JAY) Website www.jayride.com Business objectives Jayride Group Limited has used cash and cash equivalents held at the time of listing,
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June 2019. 30.1 The service period is Five years 4 Testing and defects There is no reference to Contract Data in this section of the core clauses and terms in italics used in this section are identified elsewhere in this Contract Data
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June 2019. Corporate directory 2Directors' report 3Auditor's independence declaration 13Statement of profit or loss and other comprehensive income 14Statement of financial position 15Statement of changes in equity 16Statement of cash flows 17Notes to the financial statements 18Directors' declaration 38Independent auditor's report to the members of Mithril Resources Limited 39Shareholder information 43Corporate directory 30 June 2019 Directors Mr David Hutton (Managing Director)Mr Stephen Layton (Non-Executive Director) Mr Adrien Wing (Non-Executive Director) Company secretary Mr Adrien Wing Registered office C/- HLB Mann Judd (SA) Pty Ltd 169 Fullarton RoadDULWICH SA 5065 Principal place of business 22B Beulah RoadNORWOOD SA 5067 Share register Computershare Investor Services Pty Ltd Level 5, 115 Grenfell StreetADELAIDE SA 5000 Auditor Grant Thornton Audit Pty Ltd Level 3, 170 Frome StreetADELAIDE SA 5000 Solicitors Quinert Rodda & Associates Level 6, 400 Collins StreetMELBOURNE VIC 3000 Bankers Bank of South Australia 97 King William Street ADELAIDE SA 5000 Stock exchange listing Mithril Resources Limited shares are listed on the Australian Securities Exchange(ASX code: MTH) Website www.mithrilresources.com.au The Directors present their report, together with the financial statements, on the consolidated entity (referred to hereafter as the 'Group') consisting of Mithril Resources Limited (referred to hereafter as the 'Company' or 'Parent Entity') and the entities it controlled at the end of, or during, the year ended 30 June 2019. Information on DirectorsThe following persons were Directors of Mithril Resources Limited during the whole of the financial year and up to the date of this report, unless otherwise stated: Name: David HuttonTitle: Managing DirectorQualifications: BScExperience and expertise: David Hutton is a geologist who has spent the last 25 years working in both
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June 2019. 19-01013Background Trade relations between the United States of America and Africa within the framework of the African Growth and Opportunity Act In trade parlance, the African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA) is an Act of the United States Congress that provides unilateral access – that is, access that is non-reciprocal, preferential and, essentially, duty-free – to the market of the United States of America for qualifying goods originating in eligible African countries south of the Sahara. Because the beneficiary African countries are not required to give comparable duty-free treatment to similar goods coming to their markets from the United States, AGOA is typical of the so-called unilateral non-reciprocal preferential schemes. The comparable instrument in Europe would be the legislation since 2001 of the European Union known as Everything but Arms (EBA), which grants similar duty-free access to the European Union single market for all products, except arms, originating from least developed countries (LDCs). While there are many similarities between the AGOA and EBA schemes, they differ in one important respect: while AGOA preferences apply on geographical basis (in principle, only African countries south of the Sahara are eligible), EBA preferences apply on developmental considerations based on the United Nations classification of countries as LDCs, of which 33 are in Africa. In theory, by discriminating in favour of their respective groups of beneficiary countries to the exclusion of others, both schemes would be in breach of World Trade Organization (WTO) rules on non-discrimination (the most-favoured-nation treatment clause, in particular). However, as a preferential scheme applying to all least developed countries, EBA qualifies as a lawful exception from the MFN principle as provided for in the “Enabling Clause” of 1979. On the other hand, because AGOA is based on geography rather than level of development, it does not qualify as a general exception under any WTO decision; instead, it has been operating within the law because of a time-limited waiver that was granted by the WTO General Council on 30 November 2015. The AGOA waiver comes to an end on 30 September 2025, the scheduled date for termination of AGOA itself. The expectation of the expiry of AGOA on 30 September 2025 also explains the preparatory discussions and consultations that are currently unfolding, albeit slowly, between the United States and Africa. The contribution of AGOA to Afr...