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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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DOTr Secretary Arthur Tugade said the DOTr's phaseout plan for wooden-hull bancas, which started in 2016, needs stricter enforcement to prevent maritime tragedies.
In the U.S., "Class I" ODS refers to substances subject to the first round of phaseout targets under the 1987 Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer.
Martin Kaiser, executive director of Greenpeace Germany and a member of the coal commission, says though the plan is "quite significant," the 2038 phaseout date is "unacceptable" and climate activists would continue pushing for an earlier phaseout date.
The significant disparity between singles and joint filers continues to exist; the phaseout hits much faster for married filers, and is far less than twice the single-filer amount in each category.
Many quickly pointed out that jeepney drivers have a right to oppose the phaseout plan, and that the Duterte regime is obligated to listen to them as part of the democratic process.
We are against the phaseout of jeepneys by the government through a fake modernization enterprise," San Mateo said in Filipino in a statement.
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.
The other is the phaseout amount: the amount of equipment you can purchase before losing the expensing benefit.
Following the Montreal Protocol-mandated CFC phaseout, many developed countries have also essentially phased out HCFCs, although final domestic production phaseout is not required until 2020.
EXEMPTION PHASEOUT There is no phaseout for exemptions
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.