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The bill’s provisions would bring even greater retrenchments after 2026, as the caps on spending take effect, though that is not reflected in the budget analysis, which focuses on the impact over the next decade.
The U.S. retrenchment is apparent on issues from trade to climate change.
Box-office prospects for this Vietnam saga seem limited to the Kubrick curious — look for a quick exhibitors' retrenchment on this massive artistic misfire.
While many LGBTQ advocates in the U.S. have been fighting against retrenchment of their rights, Canada set an international precedent for the protection of transgender and gender-nonconforming people.
Amid a major retrenchment by American companies such as Gap Inc., J. Crew Group Inc. and Nordstrom Inc., one player continues to defy gravity: Zara.
Donald Trump, despite his differences with Obama, is poised to continue the U.S. retrenchment.
However, for what was once the world’s largest and most profitable corporation, this is still major retrenchment.
The early retirement offers also won't apply to Ford's operations in Europe and South America, which already have retrenchment plans underway.
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