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This is also why we study whether the importance of decisions that are relevant for attaining technical efficiency and decisions that contribute to cost efficiency for firm market exit depend on the macroeconomic environment of the analysed firms.
The problem of too-big-to-fail is one of market exit and market power.
The accident took place when the driver of the pick-up truck lost control of the steering wheel after the vegetable market exit towards Sharjah, causing the vehicle to suddenly veer off the lane and turn over, and collide into an Infiniti car being driven by an Arab.
Global Banking News-June 13, 2013--GE Capital's NZ mortgage market exit drags down profits(C)2013 ENPublishing - http://www.
Equalization of US gas and coal prices on energy-adjusted basis and market exit by high-cost mines suggest that the bottom is near, but we expect weakness to continue for the next 2-3 quarters due to ample stocks.
This indicates that public reporting induces only a very small level of selective exits, which is unlikely to be practically meaningful given that the average market exit rate was 5.
In turn, the deficit in the fiscal 2011 quarter was fueled by several special items, including noncash goodwill and intangible asset impairment charges of $210 million, or 99 cents per diluted share, after tax; store closure and market exit costs of $29 million, or 14 cents per share; and severance and labor buyout costs of $13 million, or 6 cents per share.
78 per share, net of tax, while the bottom line for the fiscal 2011 quarter reflects a host of special items, including noncash goodwill and intangible asset impairment charges totaling $210 million, or 99 cents per diluted share, after tax; store closure and market exit costs of $29 million, or 14 cents per share; and employee-related expenses (mainly severance and labor buy-out costs) totaling $13 million, or 6 cents per share.
Operating margins for a number of smaller operators would be eroded to the point where market exit was almost inevitable, which could lead to two-fifths of UK consumers migrating to the grey or black market, where firms would still be able to target the UK market.
The conclusions invite the member states to raise the effective retirement age and labour market exit age by restricting early retirement schemes and adapting pension entitlement to life expectancy.
The final push for New Jersey legislation allowing credit unions to receive municipal funds may not come until September, but CUs were making their case about filling a void left by the market exit of JPMorganChase regarding $500 million in deposits.
While the responses of national governments, which are discussed in each chapter, show variability, there is unequivocally an upswing in efforts to curtail early labour market exit and to extend paid working lives, what the authors refer to as the move from early retirement towards 'active ageing.