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phaseout

The progressive withdrawal of an aircraft or system from production or active service, as in “the phaseout of the MiG-21 from the IAF will be between 2010 and 2015.”
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United Kingdom-based Summit Therapeutics has opened enrolment in a planned additional group in its phase two open label clinical trial named PhaseOut DMD for its Duchenne muscular dystrophy drug (DMD), ezutromid, it was reported on Friday.
Misael Melinas, NTJPOC spokesperson, called it a 'fake program' that intended to fast-track the phaseout of jeepneys regardless of their roadworthiness.
The DOTr intends to implement the three-year phaseout of old jeepneys this year in a bid to reduce pollution.
Orbos said they have created a technical working group to thresh out ways of ensuring a smooth phaseout of trucks and buses with questionable roadworthiness or are deemed pollutants.
Why does the phaseout for the CTC for married taxpayers start at $110,000 instead of $150,000 (twice the single threshold)?
Rolando Sayago, jeepney operators president here and chairman of the No to Jeepney Phaseout Coalition in region 2, said the DOTCs proposal to phaseout the traditional jeepneys should be studied well as there will be effect to the riding public.
The tax code currently calls for the expensing deduction to be capped at $25,000, with a dollar-for-dollar phaseout beginning at $200,000.
ITEMIZED DEDUCTION PHASEOUT There is no phaseout for itemized
The report also predicted that households in Japan would see their monthly energy bills, including gas and other sources, nearly double if the phaseout goal is to be reached by 2030, rising to as high as 32,243 Yen on average, compared with 16,900 Yen in 2010.
The survey suggested that efforts to raise consumer consciousness of the phaseout have worked, with awareness growing by 19% in the last year and 29% since 2009.
The EGTRRA's repeal of the itemized deduction phaseout and the personal exemption phaseout is also extended by the act for two years.
Gas subsidies are to be eliminated over five years under the legislation approved a few months ago, but the phaseout is supposed to be slow so as to temper inflation and allow the public to adjust to market pricing.