discontinuance


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But under the proposed 2015 budget, savings was now defined as portions or balances from "(a) discontinuance or abandonment of the program, activity, or project (P/A/P) which would render it not possible for the agency to implement the said P/A/P at any time.
In comments submitted to the agency, the Generic Pharmaceutical Association (GPhA) cautioned that sometimes manufacturers might not be able to notify the FDA within the deadline of five days of a permanent discontinuance or an interruption of supply.
AORE's re-domestication and its plan to resume writing new reinsurance business are still subject to Barbados FSC's approval and the discontinuance from Bermuda is subject to the approval of the Bermuda Minister of Finance, the company mentioned and also said that it can give no assurance that such approvals will be obtained.
Imagine such a scenario on your flight path to discontinuance.
The regulations stipulate that an insurer shall recover only the incurred acquisition costs in the event of discontinuance of policy and that these charges are not excessive.
2 million, impacted by the sale of the tabletop product lines in September 2005, inventory shortages, vendor and customer uncertainty, post-holiday overstocks at retailers and planned product discontinuances.
DMSMS concerns the loss or impending loss of manufacturers or suppliers of critical items and raw materials resulting from discontinuance of production.
Assurance of Discontinuance Pursuant to Executive Law [section] 63(15).
It presents a qualitative case study of what it was like for students from the University of Minnesota to participate in the first globalization pre-conference and examines issues related to the discontinuance of the globalization pre-conference after five years.
A]mounts which are paid to an employee, pursuant to a plan to which the employer is a party, because of an employee's involuntary separation from employment [referring to a discontinuance in the performance of service by the employee for the employer] (whether or not such separation is temporary), resulting directly from a reduction in force, the discontinuance of a plant or operation, or other similar conditions, but only to the extent such benefits are includible in the employee's gross income.
After perusing this volume, this reviewer regrets even more the discontinuance by the U.
Dissatisfaction typically results in discontinuance of assistive technology devices.
But take care to identify the right candidates for discontinuance because ABC systems report on the current profitability of a product; they do not report on future profitability nor typically on associated profits of other products.
The discontinuing operations ED proposes that certain information about a planned discontinuance -- both approved and publicly announced by the boafd of directors -- should be disclosed in the notes to the enterprise's financial statements.
The 1997 second quarter income included an $8 million write-down for the discontinuance of the dental services practices and the medical services organization.