Ministry of Finance definition

Ministry of Finance means the Recipient’s Ministry of Finance, or any successor thereto.
Ministry of Finance or “MoF” means the Borrower’s Ministry of Finance and includes any successor thereto.
Ministry of Finance means the Ministry of Finance and Public Credit (Secretaría de Hacienda y Crédito Público) of Mexico.

Examples of Ministry of Finance in a sentence

  • Members receive an hourly and per diem allowance as well as an allowance for travelling expenses according to the rules agreed upon between the Ministry of Finance and the central organisations.

  • The UN system will use existing mechanisms with the Ministry of Finance and Economy, the Ministry of Trade and Foreign Economic Relations, and the State Bank for Foreign Economic Relations to create enabling business, banking and financial environment for the growth of SMEs and trade.

  • The Ministry of Finance appoints two members, and the central organisations appoint two members.

  • The Ministry of Finance appoints the chairman from among the members of the Board.

  • On 4 April 2018, the Ministry of Finance and the STA promulgated the Notice of Adjustment on Value-added Tax Rates (財政部、國家稅務總局關於調整增值稅稅率的通知) to adjust the value-added tax from a rate of 17 per cent.


More Definitions of Ministry of Finance

Ministry of Finance means the Ministry of Finance of the Government;
Ministry of Finance means the Borrower’s Ministry of Finance;
Ministry of Finance means the Borrower’s Ministry of Finance, and any successor thereto.
Ministry of Finance means the Administration’s Ministry of Finance or any successor thereto;
Ministry of Finance means the Recipient’s Ministry of Finance, Planning, Economy, Energy and Cooperatives, the Ministry responsible for finances of the Recipient.
Ministry of Finance means the Ministry of Finance of the Palestinian Authority and includes any successor thereto.
Ministry of Finance or “MoF” means the Recipient’s ministry responsible for finance, and any successor thereto.