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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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Tariff phase-outs vary by product: some tariffs will be eliminated immediately when the agreement comes into force, others will be phased out over a period of years.
By offering an energy-efficient system using a natural refrigerant that delivers high refrigeration capacities, we provide the shipping industry with a viable hedge against procurement challenges or cost increases related to phase-outs of higher GWP synthetic refrigerants, which have been targeted by multiple governments and environmental agencies for a variety of applications," said Appel.
They aggressively oppose product phase-outs and bottle bills, regardless of how successful these strategies are at eliminating waste.
Those standard incandescents are on their way off of shelves, as the 40- and 60-watt bulbs are the final stage of government-regulated phase-outs preventing certain wattages from being manufactured or imported for sale in the U.
The ACA also reinstated personal exemption phase-outs, with exemptions reduced by 2 percent for each $2,500 of income that exceeds a threshold of $250,000 ($300,000 for joint Filers).
This could include using tools such as labeling requirements, phase-outs and bans.
These increases, along with the reinstated phase-outs of itemized deduction and exemptions for taxpayers with income over $250,000 ($300,000 for married couples), can increase your tax rate by several percentage points.
Fleet upgrades are costly -- new rigs can cost anywhere from $10 million to $50 million -- and phase-outs of older rigs will result in writedowns.
Expiration of the cuts will raise rates across all brackets, bring back high-income phase-outs of itemized deductions and personal exemptions, and erase scores of tax benefits, like the $1000 child credit and marriage penalty relief.
While the bill stalled in committee, it would have required the FDA to create a list of specific contaminants likely to be found in certain cosmetics ingredients and provide testing protocols to determine which ones qualified for warning labels, phase-outs or outright bans.
Taiwan's industry executives also based the bright 2012 outlook on less expensive TVs lit by LED backlights and effective deadlines for incandescent bulb phase-outs.
To determine eligibility, small-business owners must calculate their average annual wage, figure out the premiums they paid for eligible employees, figure out the average premium for the small group market in which they offered health insurance coverage, deal with various phase-outs and limitations that start at 10 employees or more and figure out their full-time equivalent employees.
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