phase-out


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phase-out

n
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)
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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