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  • That modification, due to a technical change in base-year calculations, reversed a previous result showing a gain of 0.4% in June, and also reversed a previously reported 0.6% increase in April—which it had cited as the first increase in more than two years—to a 0.2% decline.

    Strong Yen Sparks National Debate

  • "Considering the impact of the high yen and slowing overseas economies, in addition to the base-year revision, on-year changes in the core CPI are unlikely to gain a positive bias for about the next two years," said Kyohei Morita, chief Japan economist at Barclays Capital.

    Japan's Core CPI Rises

  • It can't be finalized until July 9, after the league's mandatory moratorium period ends and Ford's base-year compensation tag comes off the books.

    Indy Star: O'Neal says Raptors trade is 'the best decision'

  • However, according to Stats SA, the process had not been delayed but was taking place according to a well-planned schedule which allowed for the necessary checks to be performed and base-year data set to be built up.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Three modes of energy cost analysis: Then-current dollars, base-year dollars, and perpetual-constant dollars by R.

    Fallout from Energy Policy Act 2005 Pt. 3 - The Nuclear Option

  • ** Thomson Reuters is unable to calculate growth rates from negative base-year earnings.

    Earnings Estimates Still Too Lofty

  • In the case of forest management, an Appendix Z establishes country-specific caps for each Annex I country; for example, a cap of 13 million tons could be credited to Japan (which represents about 4% of its base-year emissions).

    Kyoto Protocol and the United States

  • This would represent a further reduction of at least 1.3% to the total of 11.4% from base-year emissions in the EU-15.

    Archive 2007-12-01

  • Based on Member States projections, existing domestic policies and measures will reduce EU-15 greenhouse gas emissions by a net effect of 4.0% below base-year levels.

    Literary Warrant [23]

  • A variety of regulations have been eased regarding restricted free agents, players falling under so-called base-year compensation rules, and the amount of time players with career-ending injuries will continue to count against a team's salary cap.

    USATODAY.com - NBA, players union agree on deal, avoid lockout

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