The European Banking Authority (EBA) has taken a hard line
on the regulation of the Bitcoin.
Signs of a hard line
in Beijing were also apparent in the controversy over China's new e- passports, which depicted large chunks of Indian territory as parts of China.
Bush officials have taken such a hard line
, sources say, that they're refusing to permit the release of matters already in the public domain - including the existence of intelligence documents referred to on the CIA Web site.
Behind Ferreras' hard line
, Aerolineas did not pay 7,000 employees their April and May wages.
Sharon, a 72-year-old former general and defense minister, has taken a hard line
in the past against Palestinian hopes for a separate state.
The government is taking a very hard line
, especially on expenses involved in maintaining a plan's qualification (e.
Tate took a similar hard line
in an interview with Human Events, the conservative weekly.
Now, however, it appears the Internal Revenue Service is taking a hard line
with hedging transactions and will regard all hedging losses as capital in nature, even when the taxpayer is hedging inventory.
Now the executive committee of JOIDES (Joint Oceanographic Institutions Deep Earth Sampling), which oversees ODP, is taking a hard line
with the UK.
Bryan Shirtliff, who was previously vice president of seasonal and hard line
merchandise, has been named senior vice president of category management.
Previously, the Tax Court had taken a hard line
on what constituted a taxpayer's principal place of business.