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Meanwhile, Lagman said the decision to retrieve the budget books was "to show good faith for the holding of immediate meaningful and sober dialogues to finally resolve the impasse, and spare the economy and the people of the detrimental and adverse effects of a prolonged reenacted budget."
Panelo said the resolution of the impasse would allow the Philippines to avoid an economic slowdown.
The problem is, it's not easy to stay there, in the space of the impasse. You don't get welcomed at the door of an impasse.
The head of Ukraine's central bank has opined that a political impasse in the nation could put a proposed IMF loan in danger.
The current impasse is likely to maintain for the time being She maintained.
Bruce Rauner and Democrats in the Illinois Legislature have been at an impasse on the state budget since last summer.
Local health departments have been relying on local property taxes and fees to stretch budgets while the impasse goes on, but these budgets can't stretch indefinitely.
Kaplan cited cabler Mediacom, which petitioned for a rulemaking and immediately thereafter was involved in just such an impasse.
The State of Pakistan is up against a dangerous impasse a gridlock and a deadlock three in one.
More than 1,700 members of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers and Communication Workers of America who work at FairPoint Communications are on standby for a possible strike after the company announced an impasse. Declaring an impasse in talks with the union allows the company to put into effect the terms of its last offer to workers.
Bakht Jamal Shah Wednesday expressed shock over political impasse created by leaders of Pakistan Tehreek e Insaf (PTI) and Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) for the attainment of their ulterior motives.
Le president de Nid Tounes, Beji Caid Essebsi, a vivement reagi aux declarations de Mohamed Abbou, secretaire general du Courant democratique affirmant que BCE [beaucoup moins que] n'est meme pas capable de mobiliser une impasse a fortiori la rue [beaucoup plus grand que].