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Unformatted text preview: References Benjamin, A. E. 1993. An historical perspective on home care policy. Milbank Quarterly 71, no. 1: 129–166. Cheh, V., N. Duda, B. L. Carlson, et al. 2007. Evaluation of the Home Health Independence Demonstration: Barriers to a successful experiment were multifaceted and difficult policy issues remain. Prepared for the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services. Princeton, NJ: Mathematica Policy Research Inc. October. Department of Health and Human Services. 2018. 2017 Medicare fee-for-service supplemental improper payment data. Washington, DC: HHS. Feder, J., and J. Lambrew. 1996. Why Medicare matters to people who need long-term care. Health Care Financing Review 18, no. 2 (Winter): 99–112. McWilliams, J. M., L. G. Gilstrap, D. G. Stevenson, et al. 2017. Changes in postacute care in the Medicare Shared Savings Program. JAMA Internal Medicine 177, no. 4 (April 1): 518–526. Medicare Payment Advisory Commission. 2011. 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Section VI of the Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) provides a comprehensive discussion of these preemption proposals. 8.3.3.2 Recent Plug-In Electric Vehicle Market Forecasts and Potential Decline in Electric Vehicle Costs In January 2018, Moody's forecast that BEVs will reach a 7 to 8 percent share of global light-duty vehicle sales by the mid-2020s, rising to 17 to 19 percent by 2030 “as battery costs drop, driving range improves and charging infrastructure expands” (Moody’s 2018). Bloomberg forecasts that new PEV sales will be close to 10 percent of global light-duty vehicle sales by 2025 and projects that PEV sales will surpass ICE sales in 2038 (Shankleman 2017a) (Figure 8.3.3-2). Morgan Stanley forecasts BEV market share will rise to 16 percent of world light-duty vehicle sales in 2030, 51 percent by 2040, and 69 percent by 2050 (Lambert 2017) (Figure 8.3.3-3). Figure 8.3.3-2. Bloomberg Forecast for Global Plug-In Electric Vehicle and Internal Combustion Engine Light-Duty Vehicle Sales 8-8 Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation Insurance Programs Related GAO Products Central States Pension Fund: Investment Policy Decisions and Challenges Facing the Plan. GAO-18-106. Washington, D.C.: June 4, 2018. Pension Plan Valuation: Views on Using Multiple Measures to Offer a More Complete Financial Picture. GAO-14-264. Washington, D.C.: September 30, 2014. Private Pensions: Timely Action Needed to Address Impending Multiemployer Plan Insolvencies. GAO-13-240. Washington, D.C.: March 28, 2013. Private Pensions: Multiemployer Plans and PBGC Face Urgent Challenges. GAO-13-428T. Washington, D.C.: March 5, 2013. Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation: Redesigned Premium Structure Could Better Align Rates with Risk from Plan Sponsors. GAO-13-58. Washington, D.C.: November 7, 2012. Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation: Asset Management Needs Better Stewardship. GAO-11-271. Washington, D.C.: June 30, 2011. Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation: Improvements Needed to Strengthen Governance Structure and Strategic Management. GAO-11182T. Washington, D.C.: December 1, 2010. Private Pensions: Changes Needed to Better Protect Multiemployer Pension Benefits. GAO-11-79. Washington, D.C.: October 18, 2010. Page 271 GAO-19-157SP High-Risk Series U.S.-Mexico-Canada Trade Agreement DOCKET NABER 5337 Office of the Secretary Intl Trade Commission THE UNITED STATES TRADE REPRESENTATIVE EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT WASHINGTON August 31, 2018 The Honorable David S. Johanson Chairman United States International Trade Commission 500 E St. SW Washington, DC 20436 AUG 31 2018 GI "I di::: U.S. IN IL. `117....1)17.., Dear Chairman Johanson: Today, the President notified Congress of his intent to enter into a trade agreement with Mexico — and with Canada if it is willing, in a timely manner, to meet the high standards for free, fair, and reciprocal trade contained therein. Pursuant to authority delegated to me by the President and in accordance with section 105(c) of the Bipartisan Congressional Trade Priorities and Accountability Act of 2015 ("Trade Priorities Act"), I request the Commission to prepare a report as specified in section 105(c)(2)-(3) of the Trade Priorities Act assessing the likely impact of the agreement on the United States economy as a whole and on specific industry sectors and interests of U.S. consumers. I am providing the Commission with the details of the agreement as it exists at this time and will continue to keep the Commission current with respect to the details of the agreement. In addition, I have instructed my staff to be available to answer questions or provide additional information on the agreement. I would greatly appreciate it if the Commission could issue its report as soon as possible after the agreement is signed. Thank you for your continued cooperation and assistance in this matter. ere Ambassador Robert E. , ighthizer United States Trade Representative 272 | ...
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