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Considering the increase in the cost of introducing gas into the Polish Transmission System (entry charge), higher capacities used in the underground storage facilities as compared with the previous year, and increased cost of compliance with the Energy Efficiency Act (white certificates), the average price of gas fuel was reduced by approximately 4%.
2, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Decelerating economic growth and the increased cost of compliance in China both have contributed to lower than expected travel and expense (T&E) spending in 2014.
However, Oklahoma's banking sector is of the opinion that the rules are overly intrusive and the increased cost of compliance will make it tougher for people to access credit and loan facilities.
Butler, Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Company, commented, "The Board's decision to privatize this business is a result of the increased cost of compliance facing not only this company but most small public companies due to the corporate governance and reporting requirements associated with the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002.
Though the number of deals for ECM installations in the healthcare environment is increasing, budgetary constraints, the increased cost of compliance, and long lead times for the materialisation of deals are reducing the value of deals considerably.
Thus, the application of the rules in the foreign context produces relatively insignificant revenue - certainly not enough to justify the increased cost of compliance on taxpayers.
A rider to cover the increased cost of compliance (ICC) to bring homes into local code requirements is included with each such policy.
Thus, the application of the rules in the foreign context produces relatively insignificant revenue--certainly not enough to justify the increased cost of compliance on taxpayers.