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For example, Nixon's Treasury Secretary William Simon said, "In allocating crude oil and product we have a situation not unlike the passengers on a sinking ship fighting for top position at the mast head," and officials in the Ford administration repeatedly brought up suggestions for decontrol, only to be rebuffed by Congress (De Marchi 1981, p.
However, in the short-term, decontrol is likely to result in some temporary pressure on sugar prices as several cash strapped mills are likely to liquidate their sugar stocks in order to meet dues, including cane arrears to farmers, it said.
It is high time decontrol of the levy system and the release quota is expedited, followed by substantial decontrol of international trade," says Shantanu Deb Mookerjea, executive director, LSI Financial Services, a boutique investment banking firm.
Immediately following rent decontrol, rents at formerly controlled units in Cambridge increased steeply.
Andrew Cuomo, Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver and Senate Majority Leader Dean Skelos last Friday brought no resolution to the debate, though landlords are said to be willing to raise decontrol thresholds if their right to deregulate apartments once they become vacant remains intact.
With decontrol, the pipelines became strictly transporters and had to "unbundle" all the other services they offered.
39) Indeed, vacancy decontrol was at the top of the list of "first steps" towards full decontrol that The New York Times, a leading voice of rent deregulation, urged in December 1996 in the first of several anti-regulation editorials.
The decontrol may trigger long-term deterioration in the overall credit quality of the three rated utilities -- Tokyo Gas Co.
The United States, as part of its G7 commitment, agreed to decontrol domestic energy prices and thus reduce world demand for oil.
The first is commonly called a "non-primary residence" proceeding and the second is a "luxury decontrol case.
Al from the great SS Decontrol sent us some SSD shirts (same ones that Krist Novoselic used to wear, yeah segue) and is playing bass on a new project called Gage, filled with Seattle-isms and East-coast-isms and Pegboy-isms for good measure.
Los resultados del tercer trimestre estuvieron a la altura de los pronosticos y reflejaron un alza en los ingresos por concepto de cuotas y medidas efectivas decontrol de costos.
While the so-called ''third sector'' of insurance will be fully liberalized in July, Uemura said at a press conference that the decontrol will open the way for nonlife insurers to enter the cancer and medical treatment insurance markets in addition to their conventional property and casualty insurance.
In a meeting with Japanese telecom minister Toranosuke Katayama, Lamy called for measures to promote competition and decontrol on the telecom market, the officials said.
The sluggishness of decontrol in this area is traceable to the rich history of U.