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As FDR called for the “arsenal of democracy” to be activated, the government used industrial policy—loan guarantees, subsidies, and procurement policy—to rapidly scale up wartime industries and create new markets.
Content recommendation giants worldwide — and particularly in Europe — were forced to address thorny questions surrounding up-front revenue guarantees.
The company then began selling guarantees against Nielsen DAR in 2017.
While we are optimistic with the progress being made, there are no guarantees and it is possible there will be no one-size-fits-all vaccine.
Whatever happens in the trial—and there are no guarantees until it is done—the results are certain to have a big impact on Moderna shares, which are up more than 300% this year in a wild roller-coaster ride.
The move to expand Singles Day in 2020 seems to be a guarantee that the trend continues, even in the midst of a pandemic.
A deal is expected in coming months, but there’s no guarantee that the discussions won’t fall apart.
The earnings guarantees and reimbursement for expenses reflects a driver’s engaged time, not for the time spent between rides or deliveries.
If results are close enough for ballots counted after polls close to make a difference to the outcome, it’s a virtual guarantee that lawsuits will be filed in short order—as long as one side sees an advantage in doing so.
Voters have come to rely on the health care law’s guarantees that those with preexisting health conditions can access insurance and parents can keep their adult children on family policies.
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