en franchise avant

English translation: tax exempt (earlier)

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French term or phrase:en franchise avant
English translation:tax exempt (earlier)

16:09 Dec 17, 2010
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French to English translations [PRO]
Bus/Financial - Business/Commerce (general) / Franchises
French term or phrase: en franchise avant
impôt sur les sociétés applicable aux ventes de gaz, XX% à compter du xx/yy/abcd – en franchise avant

This is one of the bullet items dealing with the application of a gas company with the government stipulating the ambience of its agreement with the Government.

Is there such a thing as "franchise in advance" or say "advanced franchise"?
Narasimhan Raghavan
Local time: 05:11
tax exemption (before)
Explanation:
or tax exempt
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Gilla Evans
Local time: 23:41
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4tax exemption (before)
Gilla Evans


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tax exemption (before)


Explanation:
or tax exempt

Gilla Evans
Local time: 23:41
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Native speaker of: English
PRO pts in category: 50
Grading comment
Thanks a lot. I am awarding 4 KudoZ points.
Notes to answerer
Asker: Sorry about my bungling. I was set upon giving you the point, when I was given 2 options. The first one was for waiting for 24 hours, I did not want to delay the awarding. Hence chose the second option, thinking that you will get the points, though I might forget to come here afterwards. Now I am dismayed to note that the power for awarding the points has been lost due to my bungling. I am very sorry. Your answer is the correct one and I hope the points come to you ultimately. There is no excuse for my bungling. Sorry once again.

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