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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.”
“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.”
“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.”
“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.”
“Three modes of energy cost analysis: Then-current dollars, base-year dollars, and perpetual-constant dollars by R.”
“** Thomson Reuters is unable to calculate growth rates from negative base-year earnings.”
“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).”
“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.”
“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.”
“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.”
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