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Although the initial announcement of the cutback extension did boost oil prices as markets would have preferred an actual cut in production rather than an extension under the current levels, we expect the resolve and agreement demonstrated by OPEC to boost prices in the long term, picking up from current levels.
It is a wonder that bookmakers do not open a book giving odds as to what the next cutback will be.
In other cutback news, the newspaper formerly known as Women's Wear Daily said earlier this month that it would curtail print publication of WWD to once a week but continue to update its web site, WWD.
The challenge is to manufacture a cutback reliably and maximize adhesion between the factory-applied pipe coating and the thermal insulation field joint coating system to be applied either on land in a "spoolbase" or offshore on a vessel.
This will force HRI to make further cutbacks, with Kavanagh reluctant to speculate as to what would be worst effected.
will suspend operations at the two factories simultaneously because of production cutbacks, it said.
And my view of future newspaper cutback stories will not be, either.
The cutbacks in what's considered to be station overhead won't affect the team-hired broadcasters or the sports news units that produce the pregame shows or handle the daily sportscasts on KCAL or KCBS-Channel 2.
Part of the cutbacks include eliminating 19 jobs, including the staff at the bishop's residence, and closing the diocese's youth center.
If on flow away, there is a possibility of a cutback (A or B Point), we teach a "Physical Check.
Under its initial cutback accord announced in December, the OECD members planned to reduce their output capacity by about 100 million tons a year by 2010.