phase-out


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phase-out

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a gradual withdrawal or termination of operations, production, services, etc
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Noun1.phase-out - the act or instance of a planned discontinuation
discontinuance, discontinuation - the act of discontinuing or breaking off; an interruption (temporary or permanent)
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phase-out

[ˈfeɪzaʊt] Nretirada f progresiva
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entirely new phase-out provision for certain pass-through and sole
* Legislative phase-outs: With the dangers of lead-based paints well known, steps to further phase-out this class of pigments will continue.
The road map proposed by the finance ministry in November 2015 had suggested that the phase-out should begin in 2017/18.
* Enhanced earned income credit: The law made permanent the refundable incentive for low-income families, especially those with three or more children, and also increased the income phase-out ranges for married couples filing jointly.
Regulations, which started earlier this year, include a phase-out of many incandescent light bulbs, standard halogen bulbs and many T12 and T8 fluorescent bulbs.
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-15 January 2010-Danish Cheminova to complete toxic products phase-out in 2010(C)1994-2010 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.m2.com
In short, mismanaging product phase-out can impact top and bottom line performance, exposing companies to competitive products and obsolete inventory.
Germany announced its phase-out of nuclear energy something like 20 years ago, and in fact they have shut down a couple of nuclear power plants--Sweden has done the same.
From 31 December 2004 to 30 June 2005, the global garment industry saw the full effect of the quota phase-out.
-Spain: Asturias, Murcia, Ceuta, Melilla (statistics effect); Castilla y Leon, Valencia, Canarias (natural phase-out)
Specifically, the President's 2005 Budget lists several simplifying provisions including a proposed new Lifetime Learning credit that would cover student loan interest up to $2,500, would apply the credit on a per-student rather than a per-taxpayer basis, would increase the AGI phase-out limits, and would index dollar limits.
The results suggest that participants do not adjust their estimates of the marginal tax rate to account for the effects of floors and phase-outs. As a result, those who faced a floor or a combination of a floor and phase-out were less likely to choose optimal investment alternatives than those who did not.
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