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The report, "The Impacts of Licensed Shared Use of Spectrum", developed by Deloitte, highlights how strict limitations associated with Licensed Shared Access (LSA)(1) spectrum agreements - such as shorter terms, build obligations, lack of certainty and small allocations - can significantly reduce the likelihood of a mobile operator to invest.
It is perhaps because of that lack of certainty and stability in her past that she tried to use this method of establishing a basis for a stable family life," added Mr McReddie.
This is the lack of certainty that my business will have an uninterrupted supply of electricity throughout the year.
At the meeting, the Exxon economist said he did not know which way the price of oil was heading, thus vindicating Hamilton's own lack of certainty on the direction of the commodity's value at the outset of what proved to be a historic oil bust.
This is because the situation, including daily Sunni-Shi'ite violence, is so complicated that it may take up to a year of bargaining and a resultant lack of certainty for a new federal government to be formed.
When the Association of O&C Counties expressed concerns to a newspaper about the lack of certainty over timber harvest and revenue levels in the bill, the senator's spokesman responded "let's pass the bill and find out.
Ludwig said that a lack of certainty would affect the decisions of potential investors and their attitude towards Scotland.
He understands the time commitments and lack of certainty in my work schedules.
IMF chief Christine Lagarde yesterday warned: "If there is a lack of certainty, it would mean massive disruption the world over.
If there is that degree of disruption, that lack of certainty, that lack of trust in the US signature, it would mean massive disruption the world over.
Together with continuous lack of certainty resulting from this nationalism, huge opportunities have been missed.
You can add the costs of the time we spend on hold on the phone waiting for a response only to be told to ring back another time; the cost of faxing/posting documents because HMRC in the main doesn't accept or send emails; and the lack of certainty about a taxpayer's position because of the sheer length of time HMRC can take to respond to correspondence (if indeed they do at all).