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Remembering that producers can use a mixture of curbside material within their process, the estimated cost impact of single stream over dual stream is between 6 percent to 18 percent of the purchased fiber cost, averaging 11 percent.
Because of incorrect and inconsistent use, the one-method approach to dual protection can yield a higher annual pregnancy rate (14%, adjusted for underreporting of abortion) than hormonal methods, sterilization and the IUD in typical use.
Section 1503(d) includes a stand-alone exception when the loss of the dual resident company does not offset the income of any other foreign company.
Consultant Rubbright thinks dual ovenability will decline, but not vanish.
In response to this "double dipping," section 1503(d) disallows the use of dual resident corporations' losses to offset any affiliated U.