'As far as EO 23 is concerned, [the reversion
of tariffs to 40 percent] is not automatic.
Depending on the robustness of scenario used, short-term assets might not require reversion
Although the Hong Kong retail market has shown signs of bottoming out, Langham Place Mall's rental reversion
is likely to continue facing downward pressure as the aftermath of the 25 March 2017 escalator incident may have a prolonged effect on the Mall's performance.
(1) While the previous literature focused on reverse mortgages, we compare the two main forms of equity release products, reverse mortgages and home reversion
plans, in a model that allows for longevity risk, uncertain long-term care costs, house price risk, and interest rate risk.
"Cabe senalar que la definicion de la reversion
de la vasectomia como exitosa varia ampliamente.
Limitations of this study include that reversion
and incidence of the condition were secondary endpoints making the analyses exploratory.
The Special Attack that comes with Primal Reversion
also gets boosted, but this will be revealed in the coming months.
above 160[degrees]C may be attributed to the additional thermal breakdown from monosulphidic crosslinks and ether crosslinks which are formed by a ring opening reaction of the epoxide group in ENR .
Hace varios meses se debate si la clausula de reversion
de activos que contenian los contratos de concesion firmados en 1994 por Claro y Movistar esta o no vigente, pues en 1998 y 2009 se modifico el articulado y se establecio que en lo sucesivo los concesionarios de telefonia celular solo debian entregar al Estado, al vencerse su licencia, "las frecuencias radioelectricas asignadas para la prestacion del servicio concedido" y no su infraestructura.
Similarly, mean reversion
in stock prices has been explained by trading friction.
The San Francisco Peace Treaty of 1951 and the U.S.-Japan Okinawa Reversion
Treaty are powerless to command care of China's territory as China was not a signatory to either treaty.
the application to the Senkakus (Diaoyu Islands) of the 1971 "Treaty Between Japan and the United States of America Concerning the Ryukyu Islands and the Daito Islands"--commonly known as the Okinawa Reversion
Treaty, approved by the Senate in 1971 and entered into force the following year (the Daito Islands lie to the east of Okinawa);