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Synonyms for derecognize

cause to be no longer approved or accepted

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Moreover, the unions feared that legal intervention would open the door to legal intervention in other areas, not least in providing a mechanism for derecognition.
The introduction of new technology (direct input) used to eliminate print union organization and the break up of national bargaining in England and Wales set the stage for the derecognition and marginalization of the NUJ across the whole industry[4,9-11].
In particular, perhaps our key new finding is that union recognition became significantly harder to achieve in new establishments in the 1980-90 time period than it was in earlier years, particularly in the private sector, and it is this change, rather than derecognition of unions in existing establishments, that drove the downturn in unionization.
The derecognition term is now weakly significant (at the 10 per cent significance level).
FASB amended its requirements in relation to the derecognition of some financial assets and liabilities last June by issuing Statement no.
TEI also observed that the dual standard for recognition and derecognition of tax benefits--and the corresponding resources required to document whether an enterprise satisfies the dual recognition standards--will impose substantial implementation and ongoing costs on financial statement issuers without enhancing the reliability of the financial statements.
On the contrary the late 1980s saw a substantial weakening of union influence, with many examples of derecognition. The 'mark-up' of pay in unionised firms compared with similar non-unionised firms has been decreasing.
Bain and Price, in discussing the influence of government on employers' approaches to recognition after 1979, suggest a "vicious circle" relationship in which employers took advantage of declining union density to limit, or push back, recognition (Bain and Price 1983:18-19), although the effect has been perhaps more to inhibit recognition growth than to induce derecognition.(44)
However, the management also said the 'derecognition' was temporary and APSC will get a IIT-M Police
One of the key projects that this group will discuss with the IASB is the conceptual framework project, including measurement, derecognition, and other comprehensive income.
The ministerial decision has issued derecognition orders against Charles University in Prague, Masaryk University, Czech Technical University in Prague, Brno University of Technology and Technical University of Ostrava (Czechoslovakia).
3 ( ANI ): Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Balbir Punj on Saturday fully backed Janata Party chief Subramanian Swamy's decision to file a plea seeking derecognition of the Congress Party, and said the Election Commission of India should take cognisance of the complaint on merit and act firmly on it.
The other critical projects of the MOU are Consolidations and Derecognition.
Derecognition. Derecognition has been a vexing problem for both boards.