Operating differential subsidy buy-out
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Operating differential subsidy buy-out hearing before the Subcommittee on Merchant Marine of the Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation, United States Senate, Ninety-eighth Congress, second session ... June 28, 1984. by United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation. Subcommittee on Merchant Marine.

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Published by U.S. G.P.O. in Washington .
Written in English



  • United States.


  • United States. Maritime Administration.,
  • Shipping bounties and subsidies -- United States.

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SeriesS. hrg. ;, 98-1072
LC ClassificationsKF26 .C694 1984c
The Physical Object
Paginationiii, 55 p. ;
Number of Pages55
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2664301M
LC Control Number85601747

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b, aug , 34 comp. gen. maritime administration - operating differential subsidies - termination - accounting requirement under section (5) of the merchant marine act of , as amended, which provides for termination of operating-differential subsidy contracts and which contains an accounting recapture provision, the maritime administration is required to have an. No operating-differential subsidy shall be paid for the operation Appears in 37 books from Page - Some assumptions inevitably will not materialize and unanticipated events and circumstances may occur; therefore, the actual results achieved during the forecast period will vary from the forecast, and the variations may be material. OPERATING DIFFERENTIAL SUBSIDY--PROS AND CONS. It is the author's position that although the policy objectives set forth in the Merchant Marine Act of remain adequate, the operative mechanisms spelled out in the enabling statute and its implementing regulations have long since departed from the encouragement of competitiveness and productivity and are in dire need of revision. b, octo , 48 comp. gen. maritime matters - subsidies - operating-differential - recapture of earnings the "actual tax" doctrine used by the maritime subsidy board in computing the "net earnings" of american vessel operators subsidized under the merchant marine act, , as amended, for the purpose of applying the revenue and recapture provisions of operating.

The operating-differential subsidy is a payment made by the federal government to the owner-operator of a qualified American flag vessel to cover certain costs. For a description of the costs which may be considered and a general description of the subsidy, see note 37 infra. Operating subsidies and performance in public transit: an empirical study Second, in addition to examining the effect of subsidy by source (local, state, and federal), the paper statistically tests for differential subsidy effects by system size, a topic on which the literature has been surprisingly quiet. Based upon an analysis of panel. (a) No operating-differential subsidy shall be paid for the operation of any vessel on a voyage on which it engages in coastwise or intercoastal trade: Provided, however, That such subsidy may be paid on a round-the-world voyage or a round voyage from the west coast of the United States to a European port or ports or a round voyage from the. construction-differential subsidy and operating-differential subsidy are specified by Merchant Marine Act of The shipping law and other governmental regulations have appreciably influenced accounting policies and practices of steam­ ship companies. The uniform system of .

Construction Differential Subsidy (federal shipbuilding assistance program) CIRRs. Operating Differential Subsidy (federal ship operation assistance program) OECD. This book examines ways to reestablish the U.S. industry, to provide a technology base and R&D infrastructure sustaining both commercial and military goals. Other cost of operating revenue: Benefit claims in excess of related policyholder balances Merchant marine, operating-differential subsidy Other undisclosed cost of revenue: Other undisclosed gross profit: Gross profit: Operating expenses: Other operating income, net: Noninterest income, other operating income: Other expenses. (a) The following records shall be retained for not less than two (2) years after final release agreement or settlement agreement is completed between the Administration and contractors under operating-differential subsidy contracts: (1) Official company or corporate records such as certificates or articles of incorporation, minute books, stock ledgers, bond registers, merger or acquisition.   In instances where the modes are different (as is the case in Table 3 for individual and corporation contributions to disaster relief), what is described as the differential subsidy is typically applied in addition to the basic subsidy (Brazil – Table 2 – is an exception).