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The profligate city-state's $59 billion debt deferral late last month sent investors fleeing from nearby markets like Abu Dhabi and Kuwait.
Two dozen other states permit tax deferrals, according to the report.
Without giving details, Mr. Li pledged to step up efforts to invite in foreign capital and promised tax deferrals for profits reinvested in China.
Existing day cares will be required to test water fixtures every six years, although a facility that has been tested within the past six years can seek a deferral.
Once the homeowner files the tax deferral affidavit with the appraisal district, no taxing unit can start or continue a lawsuit for the deferred taxes as long as that person owns and lives in the home.
That deferral grows into capital gains tax relief the longer the investment is held.
Similarly, Cinthia Osorio of Dover plans to submit her renewal application next month, before her deportation deferral expires in August.
Witte was also ordered to finish a pre-trial deferral program.
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Definition of deferral for English Language Learners
: the act of delaying or deferring something
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