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  • In June, fees were set $85 and 8.5 cents for the so-called mid-year contracts that began July 1, up from $39 and 3.9 cents a year earlier.

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  • The companies said the deal is expected to close by mid-year.

    Massey Energy To Be Sold To Alpha Natural Resources

  • "Commitments on account of additional requirement on various subsidies would make it difficult to adhere to the total expenditure target for the current year," the government said in the mid-year economic analysis.

    India Cuts Growth Forecast, Warns May Miss Fiscal Targets

  • Officially stating what has become clear over the past few months, the government said in its mid-year economic analysis that it would find it tough to stay within its budgeted expenditure and to narrow the fiscal gap to its stated aim of 4.6% of gross domestic product.

    India Cuts Growth Forecast, Warns May Miss Fiscal Targets

  • Robert Litan , an economist with the Kauffman Foundation, a Kansas City, Mo., entrepreneurship research group, cautions that 2012 could wind up no better than 2011, which started off strong but faded by mid-year.

    A Brighter Future — Maybe

  • But as global demand cooled in recent months and abundant shale-gas reserves pushed natural gas prices lower, investors have punished coal stocks, pushing many down more than 50% from mid-year highs.

    Coal Industry Losing Steam

  • Tax revenues fell $2.2 billion short of Mr. Brown's projections, triggering a billion dollars of mid-year spending cuts.

    California's Millionaire Tax Mirage

  • I found that about mid-year I was being offered more real value oriented wines from distributors that had been trying to push high-end bottles up until that time.

    Trading down in wine 2009 – did you do it? [poll] | Dr Vino's wine blog

  • Mr. Lee: We think at the end of December the state is going to [make mid-year budget cuts because of a revenue shortfall], and they're going to [pass education, health-care and social-services cuts down to] the counties and cities.

    Mayor Lee on Taxes, Transit, Unions

  • Beginning mid-year, drugmakers will stop producing those formulas and only the standard children's formula, which contains 160 milligrams per 5 milliliter.

    Drugmakers eliminate infant drops of key medicine

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