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In the new base year 2005-06 the share of agriculture in the GDP went up from 19 to 23 percent while for mining, manufacturing, construction and energy, gas and water supply the rebasing resulted in a lower share in the economy going down from 25 to 21 percent.
Japan has been plagued with a deflationary trend for years and the results came after the government changed the data's base year to 2010 from 2005, which was expected to put a downward bias on the data.
It is projected that they will reduce their emissions to 6 or 8% below base year levels.
Concerns over timelines, targets and base year formed the industry's motivation to sign the agreement, Stenta says.
The contract consists of one base year and four one-year options, exercisable at the discretion of the government.
The new contract includes one base year and one option year, which is different from USC03's one base year and six-month extension period.
In addition, if the taxpayer is changing from another LIFO method to IPIC or is conforming to the new regulations, it must update its base year.
We will focus on the base year provisions of the BBA and advise providers to explore potential opportunities - possibly still available to them - to significantly increase their Medicare payments during the transition period by revising their base year cost reports.